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While summer is starting to fade in Northern New Mexico, there is still time for some great summer hiking. Lost Lake is an emerald-green alpine pool tucked just under the high ridge that leads to Wheeler Peak. A hike of more than 5 miles through … more
Time to be even more patient while driving on Taos roads. The town of Taos, working with contractor Cutler Repaving, has started its fall street rehabilitation work on various arteries throughout the town. Roadways that will see work are … more
When calling one of the four schools in the Questa Independent School District, one is greeted with the district's motto: “where every child counts.” And according to superintendent Valerie Trujillo, they’ve counted — and the number of … more
When it was time for Trudy Valerio Healy to accept mil gracias for the Healy Foundation’s latest gift to UNM-Taos, she looked out over the audience, brushed aside her iconic black bangs and spent her impromptu speech thanking everyone in the … more
Bloomfield, Connecticut, is quite far from Taos, but there’s a connection. Kamatics Corp., a specialty bearing manufacturer and subsidiary of Kaman Aerospace, is marking 50 years in business this year. The corporation’s officials have invited … more
There’s an excitement in Peñasco — one shared by teachers and administrators — after a year’s worth of momentum from intensive districtwide professional development for the small mountain community. “This is the most excited I’ve … more
The town of Taos is proposing zoning changes that would allow for the construction of large-scale “Taos-style” hotels that exceed the town's current height restriction. The town council is expected to consider the changes at a special meeting … more
{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="954cdb7e-6ad0-11e6-a2ab-eb8682039007"}} On Aug. 18, Thomas Casias, 28, was reported missing. His mother, Carla Casias, said he told her that he wanted to leave Taos and go to Albuquerque. He left his house with a … more
Falling tax revenues have left a $654 million hole in the state budget, and New Mexico lawmakers learned Wednesday that the reserve fund for day-to-day government operations is completely drained. That operating deficit includes a $223 million … more
New Mexico’s medical marijuana program has experienced months-long delays in processing applications, leaving patients confused and scrambling to find medicine. To help remedy the situation, the Department of Health has granted a two-month … more
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