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A runner from Taos Pueblo, holding a sacred feather, arrived first. He ran the seven and a half mile trek to the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge to pray for the young souls who have committed suicide at the bridge and in Taos County. I offered the runner … more
The New Mexico Aviation Aerospace Association (NMAAA) is hosting the 2016 New Mexico Aviation Aerospace career expo next month. The event is scheduled for Oct. 6, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Holloman Air Force Base in Alamogordo. As a STEM … more
We hope the start of the school year has begun on a good note for everyone. It’s always a big transition to go from summertime to being back in school, but by now you’ve probably settled into a rhythm. Some of you have college on your minds and … more
A recently completed water study on the southern Taos Valley suggests shallow groundwater levels may be falling in some areas, and deep aquifers may not be a reliable source of drinking water in the long term. “Hydrologic Investigation of the … more
Two kayakers conducted a 10-hour search for Holly Alcott White through the Taos Box on Sept. 5. The search party came up empty-handed. Aren Sven Rane and Paul von Huene were hired by Elaine Graves, a private investigator working for White’s … more
Last month’s Alabama Shakes concert in Taos brought thousands of people to town and generated $1.8 million in economic activity, according to an impact report commissioned by the town government. Nearly 7,600 people attended the concert, … more
As two dogs were being euthanized at the Stray Hearts Animal Shelter Sept. 1, a police officer from the town of Taos was stationed outside the shelter’s locked gates. Law enforcement were there because of apparent security concerns that raised red … more
The district attorney has sent a letter to the owner of the Indian Hills Inn accusing him of allowing his business to become “a public nuisance.” The letter from Eighth Judicial District Attorney Donald Gallegos to hotel owner John Slenes was … more
Missing Taos resident Holly Alcott White’s 50th birthday was about a month ago — Aug. 11. But while family and friends weren’t able to celebrate the occasion with her, police have continued to work the case. On Aug. 26, state police moved … more
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico (BCBSNM) has named two new members to its affiliate board of directors. One of the two is the former chief executive officer of the University of New Mexico Taos branch. Joining the board are John B. … more
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