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A trial scheduled to begin this morning (Dec. 18) in the case of a man accused of battering his wife and newborn baby at Holy Cross Hospital in 2016 has been cancelled. more
From banning abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy to raising New Mexico’s minimum wage to $15 an hour, state lawmakers already have filed more than 100 pieces of legislation for their monthlong … more
Residents at the Penasco public housing have been without water for more than 24 hours. “We had a major leak,” said Richard Frey, executive director of the Northern Regional Housing … more
– 10 Years Ago – “Equine Spirit Sanctuary to open new home in Ranchos de Taos”, Staff report, Dec. 27, 2007 more
Most Taoseños remember the late Taos Police Department Officer Pete Duran with much fondness. His kindness and correct demeanor in fulfilling his duties place him as a role model and local icon. Duran’s influence extends to his stepson, Chief Clarence Romero, who heads the New Mexico Highlands University Police and Security Department. more
New Mexico State Police has opened an investigation into an officer-involved shooting that occurred Monday afternoon (Aug. 28) at Fred Baca Park in Taos. Interim Taos Police Chief David Maggio … more
Rather than sit down for a family meal this year, one Taos family has decided to give back to their community by providing meals to the homeless and less … more
Pueblo leaders are giving state Public Education Secretary Christopher Ruszkowski a history lesson – and calling for an apology... more
Stopping at any intersection in Taos can be risky. Drivers up and down Paseo del Pueblo regularly run through yellow and even red lights in town. Taos has 11 stoplights in the town limits, and drivers interact with them almost on a daily basis, depending on the routes they take. Over the years, these intersections have been the scenes of several accidents due to drivers’ lack of attention or failure to abide by the rules of traffic lights. more
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