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Photos from the 2016 Anthony Gutierrez Memorial Tournament. The Taos Middle School 8th and 6th grade teams won the tournament. TMS' 7th grade team took second. The tournament was Feb. 5-6 at Taos Middle School. Photos by Gabriel Weinstein

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The 10 candidates for Taos Town Council field questions on issues ranging from the economy to public safety.This event, Feb. 4, 2016, was sponsored by The Taos News, the Town of Taos, the Taos County Chamber of Commerce and UNM-Taos Digital Media Arts.Read our live blog from the forum here.V…

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Bataan Death March survivor and two-time former Taos Pueblo Gov. Tony Reyna turns 100 years old Monday (Feb. 1). He gathered with family and friends Sunday (Jan. 31) to celebrate.

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Beginners and experienced dancers alike gathered at the Bent Masonic Lodge on Saturday (Jan. 16) to partake in old-timey line dancing.

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The Town of Taos organized the first New Year's Eve celebration on Taos Plaza Thursday (Dec. 31). Featured was Mayor Dan Barrone's pig roast and dinner, fireworks, laser light show, live video of New Year's Eve on Times Square, music by The Damn Band and more, all for free and organized for …

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A snow storm rolled into Taos, New Mexico USA on Dec. 12, 2015. Starting with a steady rain in the morning, it quickly turned into big fluffy flakes by afternoon. Skiers should be very happy. Video was shot and edited by Rick Romancito for The Taos News, www.taosnews.com.

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A lifetime of watching stars, galaxies, and the Aurora Borealis through telescopes and airplane windshields may have earned Gary Zientara the title of “amateur astronomer,” but the Mount Sangre Observatory is poised for far more than a hobby.Read more here.

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The Yuletide in Taos Tree Lighting and Electric Parade took place Dec. 4, 2015. The event was organized by the Town of Taos as a community event on Taos Plaza. Featured were visits from Santa and Mrs. Claus, The Grinch, along with entertainment by carolers, dancers and more. Video was shot a…

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Chris P. Bacon, a pig who was born without use of his hind legs, was rescued by veterinarian Dr. Len Lucero, an Amalia native. Dr. Lucero then built Chris P. a wheelchair so he could walk just as well as other pigs. Chris P. and Dr. Lucero traveled all the way from their home in Florida to v…

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The Lorca Hart Trio (Lorca Hart on drums, Josh Nelson on keyboards and Sam Bevan on bass) performed live Wednesday Nov. 18, 2015 at The Taos Inn in Taos, New Mexico USA. The show was the opening act for the 2015 Frank Morgan Jazz Festival organized by the Taos Jazz Bebop Society. Video was s…

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A frenzied week for the staff at Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort ended with an opening day of sunshine, clear blue skies, comfortable temperatures and what mountain manager John Paul Bradley called “phenomenal” snow. “That snow is so nice it was rolling off. It was just like powder,” Bradley s…

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Alison Elliot’s long romance with fiber has manifested in a myriad of inspired expressions, from wearable art to wall hangings, using modular designs that incorporate both knitting and crochet.

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Taos' Historic District threw a huge Halloween bash for children of all ages on Saturday (Oct. 31). Crowds swarmed the plaza to collect candy from merchants, tour Mystic Dance's haunted house and play carnival games all while looking great in costume.

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In conjunction with the "Pressing Through Time: 150 Years of Printmaking in Taos" series of exhibitions, the opening of the Veloy Vigil Gallery and Studio conducted a printmaking extravaganza October 23-25. The gallery, owned by the Vigil family of Taos, featured demonstrations and print exh…

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The Picuris-Peñasco Community Coalition hosted its 17th annual Harvest of Health Fair, Saturday (Oct. 17). The event included information on chronic illnesses, WIC services and the Affordable Care Act, plus flu and T-dap shots (pertussis/whooping cough, diphtheria, tetanus vaccine) and other…

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Children from Taos Pueblo Day School learn about printmaking at the Pressing On 5 exhibit in Taos Center for the Arts' Stables Gallery. The show features 17 Taos area artists showing a wide variety of prints, plus conducting demonstrations and workshops for area youth. A reception for the on…

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The Taos News honored the 2015 Unsung Heroes and Citizen of the Year at its Tradiciones event held Oct. 7 at El Monte Sagrado. UNM-Taos Digital Media Arts Program created this video of the evening. Sit back and enjoy.

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On Oct. 8, 2015 New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez visited Taos, N.M. to speak about improvements to the state's economy and promote success of the state’s “New Mexico True” marketing campaign. At the core of the governor's presentation was a recent report that found the tourism industry contin…