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Here's what is happening in The Taos News — the Taos town council approved a highly controversial three-story hotel; ongoing tensions over vending and safety plague the Gorge Bridge; the Taos County Fair; Tempo features an art show with works by incarcerated people; historic forest cabins get a facelift; plus a little astrology and weather to get you through the week. more
During a solar eclipse, the moon maneuvers between Earth and the sun, throwing a band of shadow, the umbra, onto Earth's surface. For the lucky folks in the direct path of the eclipse -- the path of … more
The Interfaith/Intercultural Alliance of Taos is sponsoring a Peace and Justice Vigil at the historic Taos Plaza on tonight (Aug. 20) 7:30-8:30 p.m.. "We have been deeply grieved by the events in … more
President Donald Trump is moving to abolish a rule designed to protect the rights of some nursing home residents to bring lawsuits if they are abused, neglected or otherwise mistreated. more
Several vendors at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge are defying recent efforts by the state to enforce a ban on vending in the highway right-of-way. A 74-year-old tourist was struck by a vehicle in the … more
As part of our weekly series, The Taos News dug into the newspaper’s archives to uncover the top stories of the week from 10, 25 and 50 years ago. This week, we found a story about a … more
LAS VEGAS, N.M. – On a recent afternoon in this small, mostly Hispanic town, San Miguel County Commissioner Rock Ulibarri gave a narrative of a 141-foot-long mural over nine panels, depicting the community’s history, from the violent Spanish conquest of Native Americans to battles during the Mexican-American War to more contemporary issues. more
A state district judge on Friday (Aug. 11) ruled against Gov. Susana Martinez in a lawsuit filed by Democratic legislative leaders, finding that 10 bills the governor vetoed before the end of this year’s regular session of the New Mexico Legislature should become law because she did not explain why she rejected the measures. more
Taylor Miller’s mom described her daughter as a shy child, reluctant to meet new people. Not anymore. Thanks in no small part to several years in 4-H and the Taos County Fair, Taylor Miller, now 15, is involved in a ton of activities. more
The chairman of the Doña Ana County Republican Party has resigned amid outrage over a tirade he posted on the organization’s Facebook page after a deadly attack on anti-racist protesters in Virginia over the weekend. more
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