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Five New Mexicans recently joined the New Mexico Voices for Children board of directors. They are Susan Herrera, Polly Dement, Kimberly Curry, Cindy Nava and Antonio Granillo.Herrera, who is a senior associate with Northern Community Development … more
Agricultural communities know the time between summer and autumn as harvest season. Such a time rewards farmers and ranchers with their crops and grown animals — the fruits of their labor. If the laborers receive public recognition for their work, … more
Micola Sopyn, the 64-year-old former Taos bodybuilder who was charged for second-degree murder in 2014, will remain on house arrest — even after violating the conditions of his release multiple times. Sopyn was charged with second-degree murder … more
Yvon Juteau, 31, who was shot in the face when he allegedly broke into a home in Taos’ Weimer neighborhood May 29, has pleaded not guilty to four counts. Juteau appeared at an arraignment before Judge Sarah Backus in the Eighth Judicial … more
A fire was reported at about 9 a.m. Thursday at Taos Mesa Brewing's downtown tap room and restaurant location. Fire crews were able to extinguish the fire quickly. It was reported that the fire was located in the wall behind one of the … more
The Taos Town Council has delayed a decision on a proposal that would allow 50-foot-tall hotels at the south end of town. The decision came at a meeting Aug. 29 after nearly five hours of debate over whether taller structures would improve the … more
This year’s presidential candidates are lagging their 2008 and 2012 predecessors in New Mexico fundraising. “If money is a measure of enthusiasm for candidates, then there isn’t any,” said Lonna Atkeson, University of New Mexico political … more
The Taos Civil Air Patrol (CAP) squadron 006 is launching its newly established CAP cadet squadron. The demanding program guarantees cadets rides in CAP aircraft and sailplanes; service as crew members in CAP search and rescue missions; … more
You've been clicking away and sending us some great shots, but time is running out. The Taos News' first "Taos True" photo contest has been open for several weeks and will come to a close Sept. 2.  We've been receiving photos that showcase … more
Ellis Margolis tears a shield-sized slab of bark from a rotten ponderosa pine stump up Taos Canyon and shakes it above his head. “That’s evolution, man,” Margolis exclaims, gripping the hunk of sturdy tree armor with both hands. His … more
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