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Tonight, January 16, temperatures will be 10-15 degrees below normal in the east with single digit wind chills. more
Jesse Moya The 2018 Tribal Council at Picuris Pueblo are, from left, Second Fiscale Shuan Snake, First Fiscale Joe Mermejo, Lt. Governor Wayne Yazza, Jr., Tribal Secretary Sherry Archuleta, … more
A 30-year-old man was shot and wounded early Saturday morning (Jan. 13) near Tres Piedras, according to a press release from the Taos County Sheriff's Office. Deputies and Taos County Emergency … more
As 5 p.m. hit Tuesday evening (Jan. 9), the clock tolled the deadline for candidates to throw their names in the ring for local elections taking place on March 6. more
The majority of the Taos County Board of Commissioners voted to block Commissioner Candyce O'Donnell from taking on a leadership role among the board while voting two members into their third terms as chairman and vice-chairman. more
Bonnie Hearne, a singer and piano player who was half of a celebrated musical couple that entertained New Mexico audiences with their folk and country music for … more
The 2018 New Mexico legislative session begins Jan. 16. It is a 30-day session. Following is legislation introduced to date for the 2018 session by state lawmakers representing Taos: more
On a hillside in Taos Ski Valley is the Taos Powderhorn, a gauging station where scientists have for decades measured snow piling up in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains above the Taos Valley. more
A majority of the fire districts in Colfax County are under a burn ban until further notice. The ban became effective Thursday (Jan. 4) and includes the Farley, Miami, French Tract, Vermejo Park and … more
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