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Found It in Red River

  The scavenger hunt is in the grand tradition of treasure hunting in Northern New Mexico. From the time of the Spanish conquistadors, through the Anglo gold lust of the 1800s and the oil wells and uranium mining in the 1950s, the search for treasure is part of the legacy of the Land of Enchantment. You may have heard of Forrest Fenn, the Santa Fe art dealer who claimed in 2010 that he had hidden a carved wooden chest laden with gold, diamonds and rubies somewhere between Santa Fe and the Canadian border. No one has found it yet, or if so, they’re not telling! A great way to...

River Restoration Completed

  The New Mexico River Stewardship Program provides funding to restoration projects that enhance the health of rivers by addressing the root causes of poor water quality and stream habitat. Through such projects, the River Stewardship Program aims to restore (or maintain) hydrology of streams and rivers to reduce flooding downstream, while simultaneously enhancing economic benefits of healthy river systems for local communities. In Red River, there are three such projects. Phase One began in 2006. “Young’s Ranch Reach” runs through the east edge of town and was a priority due to heavy damage from flooding in the spring of 2005. Phase Two, “Red River Westside Fishing Park,” also...

The Hideaway Shoppe

  There is an old adage that says “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” There are always new businesses and activities in Red River to replace the ones that disappear, but somehow the roots of the community, the souls of the people who live here or just come to visit, remain familiar. “Everyone desires that mountain magic and escape yearly. The Hideaway Shoppe wants to share just that magic that we continuously experience here and we were gifted the minute we were welcomed into the Hideaway. We can’t wait to welcome you, too!” The name of the Shoppe comes from the Hideaway Cabin at Tall...

What’s New This Summer?

  • After a long and honored career in law enforcement, former Red River Deputy Marshal Jeff Jones has started a business working with leather.  Jones Custom Boots & Saddles specializes in beautiful local handmade custom leather, as well as repair work. Contact him at 575-740-0565 / 806-393-5036 or at stich51jones@gmail.com . • Located behind the Hideaway Shoppe and the Dairy Bar at the end of the driveway – look for the windmill – Rustic Mountain shop owner Debbie Folger has a “unique gift emporium” with an eclectic collection of vintage gifts: one-of-a-kind handcrafted items, home and cabin decor, fine arts, antler home accents, and a few surprises. Featured...

What Do You Like Most?

  The Town of Red River recently posed a question to its Facebook Friends: “WHAT DO YOU LIKE THE MOST ABOUT RED RIVER? We’d like to know so we can post what’s most important to you when you can’t be here!” Responses came quickly, as is the way of Social Media. Some responded with photos that communicated their feelings: wildlife, mountain vistas, flowers, fall colors, time with grandkids, and snow-covered mountains.  One response said it in three words: All of it! It’s not unusual to meet and talk with someone who wishes they could live in Red River. Many of these good folks are quick to say that they...

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