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As two dogs were being euthanized at the Stray Hearts Animal Shelter Sept. 1, a police officer from the town of Taos was stationed outside the shelter’s locked gates. Law enforcement were there because of apparent security concerns that raised red … more
A 31-year-old Peñasco man — who was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter by a jury on May 19 for stabbing his cousin to death — was sentenced in Taos Aug. 1. Manuel Leyba was originally charged with second-degree murder when he allegedly … more
The past several weeks have been a period when the size and role of the United States’ immigrant population is under national attention because of presidential policy and a countervailing … more
Representatives of many Native American nations will gather at the Raymond G. Murphy Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Albuquerque on Saturday (July 15) for the 12th annual VA Veterans Gourd Dance. The dance will be from noon to 6 p.m., weather … 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
Pete Domenici, a political powerhouse who for 36 years represented New Mexico in the U.S. Senate, died Wednesday in Albuquerque following a recent surgery. He was 85. more
Five days after the funeral, his coffee cup still sat on the dining room table, adorned with photos of his two grandsons. His plaid shirt was draped on the back of a chair at the table. In the living … more
Patricia Michaels brought more than garment bags full of her designs to the Taos Integrated School of the Arts (TISA) Jan. 10. She had velvet-covered and carved wooden buttons and baskets of paint and water bottles, too. But most importantly, the … more
The amount of medical cannabis that licensed producers in New Mexico are allowed to grow would more than double under a bill filed in the state Senate, and patients in the state program would be permitted to possess more marijuana. “The bill … more
Native American leaders of the resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) have called for a massive march in Washington, D.C., following a flurry of decisions at the federal level that have … more
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