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Taos County saw almost $1 billion in economic activity in 2015, according to data from the Taos Economic Report. That level of business bustle — as reflected in gross receipts reported by businesses and government — meant the overall economy … more
When Rafael Orozco, 22, went on a late-night visit to Holy Cross Hospital in Taos to visit the mother of his child and newborn baby Sept. 21, he became angry. Orozco was reportedly irritated when he saw the mother of his baby breast-feeding in her … more
From August through Sept. 6, Taos County Crime Stoppers (TCCS) reported receiving 19 tips, four of which led to the apprehension of fugitives having open warrants issued by local court officials. The following is information sent to The Taos News … more
Having been raised on a small ranch in the Taos Valley, I am lucky enough to have grown accustomed —­ though I hope never oblivious — to the incredible wild beauty that cradles this community. There are few places in the world where you can be … more
Police, emergency medical services, the sheriff's department, fire personnel — all Taos County first responders have been invited to a special gathering at Taos Middle School this week. "In honor of all first responders within the beautiful … more
How much do you really know about Taos history? What role did Taos play during the 1680 Pueblo Revolt? Who was Arthur Manby and what happened to him that merited a visit from a Scotland Yard detective? To find out the answers to these and many … more
The Taos News has been honored with a national newspaper award. The National Newspaper Association (NNA), based in Springfield, Illinois, has recognized The Taos News as the "2016 NNA General Excellence winner" in the non-daily division with … more
Alexis Blake, who for the past decade has directed the Taos Cyber Magnet School, is taking a one-year leave of absence. Taos Cyber Magnet is an online-based, one-room school, serving students who move at their own pace through a number of … more
In the hours before Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton take the stage for their first debate, the Taos County Democratic Party has an invitation for the public. The TCDP is hosting … more
The Taos County Historical Society (TCHS) has begun work to preserve an 1879 gristmill in Ranchos de Taos. The mill was built by Innocencio Duran, the great-grandfather of present mill owner Carl Velarde. The mill served an important role for … more
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