NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The forest service will resume thinning in the Gila National Forest. It will take place north of the Continental Divide trailhead, along Little Walnut Road.
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The forest service asks visitors to avoid the area as heavy equipment will be in use. Work is estimated to take a couple of weeks.