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He knew he had nothing to hide. But before answering, Barreto asked for identification from the man, who opened his jacket to reveal a shiny badge bearing the seal of the United States Department of Homeland Security, a federal agency that has been under marching orders to ramp up audits of businesses and detainments of undocumented workers throughout the United States, especially in border states like New Mexico. more
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New Mexico's lowest-paid teachers are in for a raise. more
New Mexico State Police arrested 60-year-old Ranchos de Taos resident and alleged habitual DWI offender Alex Vigil on Tuesday (March 6) for allegedly driving drunk on I-25 and ramming a state police … more
Taos Volunteer Firefighters cleaned up hot spots from a field fire along Rim Road in Ranchos de Taos Wednesday afternoon (March 7) and continue to control a flaming cottonwood tree located on the … more
Here's what's happening in Taos this week — Dan Barrone was re-elected mayor in the town, while municipalities around the Enchanted Circle will see both new and returning faces; winter sports … more
A few new faces and a couple of familiar ones will pepper council chambers in area villages around the Enchanted Circle after Tuesday's election. Incumbent Questa mayor Mark Gallegos bested his challenger John Ortega 340 to 275 votes in unofficial results Tuesday night, retaining his seat. Check back here for updates on unofficial results … more
At 7:30, the early in-person unofficial vote count showed Dan Barrone leading in the mayoral race with 436 votes to 327 votes for Darien Fernandez. more
Early voting for the Taos 2018 elections closed Friday with numbers surpassing the previous election. A total of 612 early voting and absentee ballots were issued from January 30 to March 2. Of … more
An early morning fire Tuesday (March 6) burned through a trailer on Este Es Road and vehicles parked outside.  Firefighters responded to the blaze sometime after 1 a.m.  The cause of … more
Neal King, the mayor of Taos Ski Valley, jokes that 1 in 10 residents in his town is running for office this year. While the village might only notch a year-round population of … more
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