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About 100 people gathered at the Taos Plaza Sunday evening for a peace and justice vigil in support of the several other movements against racism and hatred around the country. more
Taos area drivers will face some delays soon on Paseo del Pueblo Sur. more
The annual town of Taos Touch-A-Truck event returns this Saturday (Aug. 26) for the 18th year.The Town of Taos Community Events and the Taos Youth and Family Center invite the public to join in on the fun and educational event brings local kids up … more
On a Friday night at VFW Post 2951 in Santa Fe, through a haze of cigarette smoke, cartoonist Ricardo Caté is singing a Sam Cooke song. “Give me water, I’m thirsty,” he warbles into a microphone. “My, my, work is so hard.” more
The Taos Town Council met in a regular meeting Tuesday (Aug. 22) and unanimously passed a motion to approve a three-story Holiday Inn Express. The decision comes nearly two months after developer … more
Angel Fire Resort is hosting its first-ever Food and Wine Roundup, Thursday-Sunday (Aug. 24 - 27). The four-day event offers guests A Bar N Ranch's Wagyu beef, fine wines, craft brews, artisanal spirits and Western hospitality with famous chefs, winemakers, brewers and distillers. more
After 23 years of medical practice and more than 10,000 orthopedic surgeries, Dr. James H. Lubowitz sat in the surgeon’s lounge at Holy Cross Hospital late Monday afternoon (Aug. 21) and picked … more
Along the banks of the Río Hondo in the canyon leading up to Taos Ski Valley, six local wildland firefighters were felling the smaller trees in the densely forested Cuchillo campground … more
  Partial closures along State Road 68 in the Río Grande Gorge began Tuesday (Aug. 22) and will remain in place until November. "Wait times will depend on the amount of traffic at any … more
Here's what is happening in The Taos News — the Taos town council approved a highly controversial three-story hotel; ongoing tensions over vending and safety plague the Gorge Bridge; the Taos County Fair; Tempo features an art show with works by incarcerated people; historic forest cabins get a facelift; plus a little astrology and weather to get you through the week. more
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