Category: New Mexico News

Where to Zipline in Ruidoso

Woman Ziplining on Vacation

Ziplining is an exhilarating experience that will have you gliding through the air, overlooking natural wonders and sights in a safe, secure manner. We believe that no trip to Ruidoso is complete without it Since Innsbrook Condos first discussed the topic four years ago, Ruidoso has become renowned for its ziplining, due in large part… Read more »

Why Ruidoso is a Perfect Retirement Community

Why Ruidoso is a Perfect Retirement Community

Located just outside of the Ski Apache resort is the beautiful New Mexico town of Ruidoso, and while it used to attract skiers and nomadic types, it has now become a popular place for retirees to settle down and enjoy the great outdoors. Here we invite you to explore the natural beauty and amenities that… Read more »

AspenFest is Coming Up in Ruidoso

Aspenfest is this weekend, beginning on October 7 in mid-town Ruidoso. The event is a major celebration, full of food, drinks, art, and much more! Aspenfest consists of all things fall, including seasonal cuisine, arts and crafts, a chili-cook off and more to celebrate the start of autumn. The event will start with a parade… Read more »

Annual Golden Aspen Motorcycle Rally Coming Soon

It’s still summertime in Ruidoso, but it’s never too early to start planning for fall events. The Annual Golden Aspen Motorcycle Rally is a major fall event in New Mexico that is fast approaching. The event is running from September 13 to September 17, and if you have never been before, you’re in for a… Read more »

Take a Dip in Grindstone Lake

If you love hitting the water in summer months and you’re visiting Ruidoso this summer, you’re in luck. Swimming is now allowed at Grindstone Lake Reservoir in Ruidoso, under an amended list of ordinance rules approved by the city council this week. An article from Ruidoso News explained that the new ordinance comes just after… Read more »

New Mexico Invests in Infrastructure

Big news was heard around the railroad industry when it was announced that train giant Union Pacific would indeed be approving its $3.1 billion capital program, set to be utilized in 2017. The capital program is a large sum that will go towards the improvement of infrastructures in 17 states, including New Mexico. About $435… Read more »

NM State Legislature Wants to Expand Broadband Access

New Mexico might be well-known as a great place to hike, play golf and go trout fishing, but in terms of broadband access, the Land of Enchantment has lagged behind many other states in the country. This is due in large part to New Mexico’s unique geographic conditions; it’s not easy getting reliable broadband to… Read more »

New Mexico May Soon Have Its Own State Cheeseburger

The cheeseburger has been a staple of American cuisine for as long as anyone can remember, but here in New Mexico we’ve managed to put our own spicy spin on the iconic sandwich that has become popular throughout the Southwest. The origin of the green chile cheeseburger is a subject of some debate, but there’s… Read more »

There’s a Whole Lot of Wind Energy Coming to New Mexico

Just a few years ago, renewable energies like wind and solar were so expensive that many people thought they might never gain widespread acceptance in America. Now, thanks to significant technological improvements and generous federal subsidies, renewable energy is becoming even more affordable than fossil fuels. According to the Albuquerque Journal, the price of wind… Read more »