Latest Cienega Stories
A binational team is studying whether running the Yuma Desalting Plant will affect Mexico's Cienega de Santa Clara, the largest wetland on the Colorado River Delta.
By JULIE ANN GRIMM Developers trying to erect a new subdivision near La Cienega have narrowly earned conceptual approval from the Santa Fe County Commission. Commissioners voted 3-2 on Tuesday to give Santa Fe Canyon Ranch a green light for its master plan of 174 homes on about 1,300 acres.
By Kiera Hay Journal Staff Writer The jury's still out on Santa Fe Canyon Ranch. After listening to nearly three hours of testimony Tuesday night, the Santa Fe County Commission voted to table a proposed master plan on the controversial La Cienega development.
By STACI MATLOCK Acequia group, residents blame development for depleting spring By Staci Matlock The New Mexican La Cienega's namesake springs southwest of Santa Fe are slowly but surely drying up.
By PHAEDRA HAYWOOD Canyon Ranch developers say they'll ask county to overrule decision Plan: Many La Cienega residents are against project The La Cienega Development Review Committee voted 3-2 against approving the Santa Fe Canyon Ranch development's master plan Wednesday night.
A trail of 13 fossilized footprints running through a valley in a desert in northern Mexico could be among the oldest in the Americas, Mexican archeologists said.
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