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TFFF has released its summary of charitable activity for calendar year 2017.The organization helped 408 cats in total during 2017, the second highest total in the charity's 14-year history."Cats … more
Crews with the New Mexico Department of Transportation have been working around the clock this week to prepare safe walking areas along the route to El Santuario de Chimayó in preparation for … more
It's springtime and those sheep need shearing. Nick Martinez, professional sheep shearer and resident of Monte Vista, Colorado, will be clipping the wool of local sheep April 12-13 at the Taos County … more
The wildfires funding provisions will take effect in 2020 and ends a practice known as "fire borrowing," budgeting lingo for raiding funds set aside for forest conservation, wildfire prevention and recreation programs to pay for the immediate costs of suppressing wildfires. more
A two-week trial, centering on a handful of old roads that cross private property but lead to state-owned land around White Peak, has consumed the Taos County Courthouse since last Monday (March 19). One landowner is seeking to once and for all settle his rights over several roads in the area. more
In an effort to keep the schools up-to-date with safety precautions, Taos Municipal Schools has taken several measures this past year to update its safety … more
In April 2015, the state approved a temporary lease permit to transfer water rights to Eagle Rock Lake. Chevron's now asking for permission to permanently transfer other water rights to the fishing spot. more
In addition to its regular 150 Chimayó Route bus, the North Central Regional Transit District (RTD "Blue Bus") will be adding a second bus along its Española to Chimayó route to … more
Wildfires have already scorched thousands of acres in Northern New Mexico, Colorado and Oklahoma, prompting livestock officials to urge New Mexico ranchers to prepare for what could be a long and … more
FaraHNHeight Fine Arts, a gallery featuring contemporary native arts that in its two-year run on Paseo del Pueblo Norte became a gathering space for a variety of community events, ceased operations at its location near the entrance of Taos Pueblo earlier in March. more
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