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The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from March 7-12. March 7 4:14 a.m. Gas leak, Zia Street – The caller said she was leaving her home and noticed a … more
A group of Taos youth and their allies gathered on Taos Plaza Wednesday March 14, 2018 to speak out against gun violence in the nation. more
Nearly three years ago, then-President Barack Obama responded to long-standing concerns that workers exposed to toxic chemicals at the country's nuclear weapons labs … more
Stray Hearts Animal Shelter is in the dog house for the month of March, but this one comes with community awareness, donations and a happy home for a lucky … more
Members of the Taos County Sheriff's Office responded to an incident at a residence on West Romero Road in Ranchos de Taos Wednesday evening, leading to an unexpected closure of the roadway … more
The Automobile License Plate Collectors Association announced Monday that the Land of Enchantment's new plate featuring red and green chile was the best to hit the roadways of any state in … more
Jon Hendry is no longer president of the New Mexico Federation of Labor, the AFL-CIO said late Monday in a statement days after a former employee filed a lawsuit accusing the … more
At a time when many members of the public and media may believe governmental transparency would not even rate a D-plus for effort, all five candidates vying to be New Mexico's … more
At the request of Congress, a presidential proclamation by Ronald Reagan declared the week beginning March 7, 1982, as "Women's History Week." For the next five years, Congress continued to pass … more
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