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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
Celebrate New Year’s Eve on Taos Plaza from 7-10 p.m. Mayor Dan Barrone and family will be serving a pig roast dinner to the community and visitors as we countdown the New Year with the balloon … more
Nov. 2: Jo-Lucia Marie Allred, born to Dayna Marie Allred and Aaron Angelo Allred. more
Gov. Susana Martinez announced Friday (Dec. 22) she had appointed Jack King, a Lincoln County rancher, to the Interstate Stream Commission. Three of the commission's nine members resigned in … more
Here are our top picks for the most important local news stories of 2017. more
A four-megawatt solar array is officially set to be built at the Taos Regional Waste Water Treatment Plant thanks to two deals hammered out among government officials, Kit Carson Electric Cooperative … more
Jan. 7, 11:14 p.m. Disturbing the peace, Dolan Street – Caller advised that at the fourth house on the left-hand side, there is a big willow tree and people were fighting. The caller could also … more
For the last edition of 2017, The Taos News, ever your community newspaper, bring you the astrology of our congressional delegation for our last edition of 2017. more
This year, the public was permitted to photograph Los Matachines dances at Taos Pueblo on Christmas Day. more
The annual “Acequia Day” at the New Mexico Legislature is scheduled Jan. 25, a Thursday, in Santa Fe. The New Mexico Acequia Association announced the event in their regular newsletter. … more
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