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 Taos members of an interfaith coalition will host a "We're Still In" meeting Friday (Dec. 8), to craft local solutions to the world's most pressing problem: climate change. more
Monday (Nov. 27) Mariano Araica-Avalos of Eagle Nest pleaded no contest to one count of abandonment of a child resulting in death, a second-degree … more
Angel Fire Resort has purchased Winter Sports Ski Rental & Ski Shop next to The Lodge at Angel Fire Resort.According to a resort press release, … more
The holiday season is here. If you are looking for a place to buy gifts that support a good cause, Las Comadres in Commerce members have worked for several weeks … more
Here's what to expect in this week's edition of The Taos News — Taos students on Jimmy Fallon, a look ahead at this month in the courts, a feature on veterans, plus arts, entertainment, sports … more
Los Alamos National Laboratory has reported a significant decrease in violations of its hazardous waste permit from the state, citing just 25 infractions in fiscal year 2017... more
A complex nuclear weapons project long expected to move forward at Los Alamos National Laboratory could end up being more costly and taking longer to execute at the lab than at other sites... more
Bette Korber was studying chemistry and immunology as a postgraduate student at the California Institute of Technology when scientists first discovered what became one of the most deadly pandemics of our time: HIV/AIDS. more
Aubrey Dunn Jr., the state land commissioner and one of New Mexico's leading Republicans, does not waste words. He says the state's GOP is not going far in 2018. more
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Tuesday he does not recommend cutting the size of two national monuments in New Mexico following a controversial review of federal lands. more
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