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The yearly TISA “Lantern Walk” has come and gone again! On Oct. 27, students from all of TISA’s grades and their families came and listened to Mrs. Linda Seto talk about the legend of the Lantern Walk. The gathering of close to 200 people … more
Republican lawmakers took another step Monday night towards reinstating the death penalty in New Mexico. Members of the House Finance and Appropriations Committee voted 8-6 along party lines to send the capital punishment legislation to a vote of … more
The veterans assistance organization, Not Forgotten Outreach, is inviting the community for the first planning meeting for its Veterans Memorial Park at noon Saturday (March 3) at its … more
{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="954cdb7e-6ad0-11e6-a2ab-eb8682039007"}} On Aug. 18, Thomas Casias, 28, was reported missing. His mother, Carla Casias, said he told her that he wanted to leave Taos and go to Albuquerque. He left his house with a … more
A A. Hart Allex, A.K. Stillman, Abe Martin, Adele E. Zimmermann, Alan H. Maestas, Alan Macrae, Albert Gene Hunsaker III, Albert Spungen, Alex Limkin, Alexis Rykken, Alfred Trujillo, Alma Lones, Amanda Bent, Ana R. Klenicki, Anita Rodriguez, … more
Brian Egolf, on his first night as speaker of the New Mexico House of Representatives, selected nine committee chairmen and chairwomen who will be in leadership jobs for the first time. Egolf, D-Santa Fe, on Tuesday also expanded the number of … more
Taos County began construction on the building to house the San Cristobal Fire Department on Aug. 23. Richard Sanchez, using heavy equipment from Taos County, started work leveling and preparing the ground to erect a … more
  The Northern New Mexico Citizens Advisory Board met at Taos' El Monte Sagrado resort last Wednesday (Nov. 15). The board advises the U.S. Department of Energy on matters related to the … more
The state House of Representatives early Thursday passed a scaled-down version of a bill that closes some tax loopholes, but amendments mean that any revenue will effectively not help pay for services until 2018. More important, a bill that … more
A bobcat climbed up a power pole over the weekend and shorted out power to residents in El Rito for an hour, according to Facebook posts from Kit Carson Electric Cooperative."The power went out on … more
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