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Dr. Loretta Ortiz y Pino died from ovarian cancer Feb. 28. The Taos News learned of her death from her partner, Melissa Kennelly, March 1. Ortiz y Pino shared a home with Kennelly in … more
The Taos County Board of Commissioners will vote Thursday (Oct. 5) on a resolution in support of a federal program that offered young, undocumented people a path to citizenship. more
February 19 - 25 Dogs in shelter: 102 Cats in shelter: 28 Dogs admitted: 14 Cats admitted: 3 Animals adopted: 15 Food: Estimated $500 Veterinary services: Estimated $1,984.52 Transport for vet care: … more
After a contentious, hours-long debate, the state House of Representatives voted by a wide margin for a bill to ban conversion therapy for minors — the widely discredited practice of attempting … more
A group of citizens is demanding town leaders revisit a 2016 decision to allow taller hotels in Taos because of the precedence it could set and the erosion it could eventually cause to the historic … more
What does it mean to love Taos' natural beauty? Its cultural diversity? Its small-town feel? Why do these things matter, and how can local leaders make decisions that honor these values? Strong at Heart, a collaborative effort between the town of Taos and community partners, is hosting a series of community conversations to dig deeper into those often intangible elements that define our community's sense of place. more
In the search for answers after a white supremacist rally in Virginia devolved into deadly violence Saturday (Aug. 12), attention turned to a New Mexican. Dillon Hopper, a native of Roswell, heads the far-right organization Vanguard America that seemed in the chaos of the moment to have some sort of link to the man police say drove a car into a group of anti-racist demonstrators, leaving one woman dead. more
Following the New Mexico Public Education Commission’s decision not to renew the charter for the Taos International School, school director Nadine Vigil says … more
Frustrated with uneven cell service in Northern New Mexico? Kit Carson Electric Cooperative officials are working to find a solution: small cells. more
A weekend of clear skies -- no, a whole season free of storms, clouds and snow -- finally gave way to winter Saturday night (Jan. 20). By the time folks in Northern New Mexico woke up on Sunday, the … more
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