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New Mexico's utility regulators voted last week to move forward in figuring out the details of a state-level clean power plan. more
A rugged patch of Northern New Mexico wilderness protected by federal law but inaccessible to the public is now within reach. more
House Resolution 3990 would limit the size of national monuments, protect a limited number of objects rather than landscape-scale features and require local approval from county commissions. more
The U. S. Department of Energy has appointed Taos residents Lawrence Medina and Dr. Stanley Riveles to serve as a members of the Northern New Mexico Citizens' Advisory board. more
A judge sentenced a Taos man Thursday to six years in prison for causing a 2014 crash in Rio Arriba County that killed his girlfriend and injured another woman while he was driving under the influence of prescription pills and marijuana. more
In his early 30s, Daniel Herrera weighed 420 pounds and started using cocaine in a desperate effort to lose weight. He turned to a doctor in Taos, who prescribed him oxycodone to numb the chronic … more
Reports disseminated through Taos Central Dispatch around 11:50 a.m. on Sunday (Oct. 8) suggest that a 38-year-old male inmate may have hung himself at the Taos County Adult Detention … more
A 54-year-old Taos Pueblo man was found dead in a drainage ditch near the intersection of Highways 518 and 64 in Ranchos de Taos on Saturday (Nov. 11) ... more
There's nothing like a plunge in an icy lake on Jan. 1 to start the New Year off right. more
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