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The town of Taos’ public works department wants drivers to know about some upcoming road work.First, some updates on projects already underway. Pavement rehabilitation is ongoing along Gusdorf Road and Camino de la Placita, a Sept. 20 town news … more
Albert Gene Hunsaker III has confessed to helping kill Naomi Chaney in the Two Peaks area Jan. 30. Chaney had been reported missing since that day and her body has not been found. Hunsaker was charged with first-degree murder for his alleged … more
At Taos Pueblo’s Red Willow Farm (also known as the Red Willow Center), culture and traditions intersect to benefit many residents. Several associated activities offer educational and sustainability opportunities to improve nutritional knowledge … more
A representative of U.S. Sen. Tom Udall's office is scheduled to be in Taos this week. The rep is expected to be at the Ancianos Senior Center, located at 601 Lovato Place, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 22. Anyone living in Taos County is … more
In 2004, the state enacted a tax credit meant to attract high-paying jobs to New Mexico. Lawmakers envisioned a policy that would help businesses hire skilled workers, awarding them up to $12,000 per employee to offset expansion costs. But the … more
Paint-filled pendulums have been swinging at Twirl in Taos. The unique nonprofit held a "Motion Play Workshop" on Sept. 12. Twirl's in-school program includes close to 500 students from nine area elementary schools who are exploring the science … more
I get how hard it is to read this column when the subject is animal abuse. Lately, I’ve written about the tragic situation involving two dogs that were caught in traps. So many of you have texted and emailed, relating your horror and sympathy for … more
On the nights of home games during Taos’ football season, River Johnson can practically see the stadium lights of Taos High School from her off-the-grid house on Flag Road in Tres Orejas, west of the Río Grande Gorge. Up until this year, the … more
The Río Grande Gorge Bridge is a complex landmark. It’s at once a destination for tourism — to take in the stunning and photograph-worthy scenery of the gorge — and also a place of profound confusion as the site of many suicides. Taos was … more
Many people relish the present moment — wishing they could make time stand still. Others long for the past. Theodore Hummel does neither. Instead, his eyes are fixed on the future. “I kind of combined my sophomore and junior year so I can … more
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