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It's primary election day. If you haven't sent in your absentee ballot, today is the day to vote the traditional way by going to a... [Read More]
The 2020 primary election is Tuesday (June 2).A pandemic has made campaigning and election preparations a lot different than in the past.Health orders from the... [Read More]
An unusual spike in new coronavirus cases reported by Holy Cross Medical Center on Friday (May 29) was the result of a testing error at... [Read More]
The New Mexico Department of Health has reported 113 new cases of COVID-19 in the state, for a total of 7,800 to date. Taos County's... [Read More]
The Chile Line Red, a North Central Regional Transit District 'Blue Bus' route, will resume regular route and service times beginning Monday (June 8). ... [Read More]
A residential home in lower Arroyo Hondo sustained minor damage from a fire Monday morning (June 1) apparently caused by embers from a wood stove.... [Read More]
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative has received a $200,119 grant from the New Mexico Environment Department to install a network of electric vehicle charging stations along... [Read More]
The U.S. Small Business Administration opened applications Monday (May 4) to allow agricultural businesses in New Mexico to apply for Economic Injury Disaster …... [Read More]
The first clue that "Seberg," the new film from Amazon Studios starring Kristen Stewart, is not exactly what you might expect shows up in the... [Read More]
I am told that an opinion piece should be a personal opinion, rather than a free political marketing ploy. With that in mind, and because... [Read More]
I have been following our candidates in the recent days and would like to promote one candidate, Joseph Sanchez.  Sanchez has been fighting, fixing, promoting,... [Read More]
Taos High School class of 2020 graduate Lachlan Henderson began playing hockey when he was a mere 3 years old.He continued with the sport throughout... [Read More]
Like his classmates at Peñasco High School, José Velarde, known to friends and family as JJ, was upset not to walk up on a stage... [Read More]
Girls are just naturally smarter than boys, I'd concluded back in grade school many years ago. I had long watched, as girls most always got... [Read More]
Holy Cross Medical Center reported 13 new positive cases for COVID-19 in Taos County on Friday (May 29), by far the single largest surge in... [Read More]
The District 10 seat for the Public Education Commission is open and I strongly urge you to vote for Steve Carrillo.  (All three candidates are... [Read More]
New Mexico ventures onto a tightrope this weekend. As we edge into the first phase of reopening, we must balance our economic and health needs... [Read More]
After reading the Taos News endorsement of Darlene Vigil for Taos County Commission District 3 in last weeks issue, I find it necessary to cite... [Read More]
They have a caring nature. Empathy and bravery come naturally to them. They are detailed, organized, adaptable, and have the mental and physical endurance of... [Read More]
I am a lifelong Taoseño and have been a building contractor and Ski Shop business owner for 37 years and I have been through many... [Read More]
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