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The Río Grande Gorge Bridge is a complex landmark. It’s at once a destination for tourism — to take in the stunning and photograph-worthy scenery of the gorge — and also a place of profound confusion as the site of many suicides. Taos was … more
A Las Cruces resident and vocal Bernie Sanders delegate to the Democratic National Convention last year is running for chairman of the state Democratic Party. Rusty Pearce, 31, said in a … more
Leaders of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs are scheduled to visit Taos Pueblo for an event today (April 21) from 4:15-6 p.m. more
Rebecca Casias, a pregnant suspect who was arrested on an outstanding warrant this week by officers from the Taos Police Department, was in transit back to the Taos County Adult Detention Center … more
Before getting into this, I think it's important to point out that I'm writing this column from a free press zone, so I shouldn't be arrested for anything I say. more
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas is joining his California counterpart in a lawsuit aimed at the Bureau of Land Management and the agency's decision to delay the full implementation of an … more
Tim Korte, the spokesperson for New Mexico Gas Company, told The Taos News Wednesday (Jan. 3) motorists should be aware that concrete barriers are back in place and traffic controls have been … more
A state legislator, tired of twice-yearly time changes in New Mexico, will try again to end the practice. Sen. Cliff Pirtle, R-Roswell, plans to introduce a bill during the upcoming 60-day legislative session to keep New Mexico on daylight saving … more
Upper Vidal Creek is a pretty spectacular place to make a sales pitch. The half moon basin perched at 9,500 feet in the Valle Vidal, about two hours northeast from Taos, is a vast expanse of meadow that funnels into a narrow choke of granite … more
The Taos Civil Air Patrol (CAP) squadron 006 is launching its newly established CAP cadet squadron. The demanding program guarantees cadets rides in CAP aircraft and sailplanes; service as crew members in CAP search and rescue missions; … more
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