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Janet Webb, a Taos-based Web developer and graphic designer, was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the New Mexico Hospitality Association (NMHA) at the Governor’s Conference on Hospitality in Santa Fe April 28.
In the 11 months between being accused of molestation and his indictment by a Taos grand jury, an alleged sex predator seems to have claimed another victim.
Five teachers and a secretary are being terminated in a round of employee cuts that come in response to a slimmer budget for the coming school year.
Public defenders will receive a $400,000 loan to represent indigent clients in the coming year, but New Mexico’s Magistrate Courts will have to solve their own budget problems.
Two advocacy groups announced Thursday that a settlement has been reached in a lawsuit that claimed the state wrongly denied or limited services for people with developmental disabilities after the state adopted a new system for assessing their needs.
More than 20 teachers gathered around a rusty barrel in front of the school to burn their teacher evaluations from the New Mexico Public Education Department — protesting what some teachers say is an erroneous document that puts their professional careers in jeopardy.
In Red River this weekend, the state’s Bandidos will elect officers and debate how they respond — if at all — to last weekend’s deadly shootout.
Janene Mondragon, a Questa middle school English teacher, was one of seven New Mexico educators honored with a Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching in Albuquerque April 10.
Knowing who is responsible and accountable in a given situation provides a level of clarity and understanding of how things work and to whom to go if we have a question or if a decision needs to be made.
Un tarde right after she had finished lavando los trastes after dinner, Grama Cuca came into the bedroom donde halló a Canutito sitting in front de la televisión con los ojos cerrados and with his fingers en los oídos.
Area police agencies said they have no problem with President Obama’s new rules, announced Monday, that will prohibit certain military gear from going to local law enforcement and put new restrictions on other equipment.
For applicants looking to tap into Taos County's lodgers tax for their events, some stick to older, best-guess methods when it comes to projecting visitors, or "heads in beds," and economic impact they'll have. Other take a decidedly more modern, technology-based approach.
On Monday (May 18), students from Taos High School’s Interact club will be urging business owners and individuals to donate money to help Nepalese families affect by that country’s devastating earthquake April 25.
Jim Fambro has lived by a pact during his 35 years of service with the Taos Volunteer Fire Department. “Everybody goes home at night,” he explained.
Only one thing was clear by the end of Friday — said to be the last possible day that an agreement could be worked out among Democratic and Republican legislators for a special session on construction projects: Neither side was talking to the other.
Despite headway in lessening a chronically high number of teen pregnancies, New Mexico still doesn’t have a clear plan for how to continue carving away at what remains the second-highest rate in the country, says a Legislative Finance Committee report.
Diligence is the mother of good fortune (la diligencia es la madre de la buena ventura) were the opening words, in Spanish, of UNM-Taos Executive Director Dr. Kate O'Neill at the Class of 2015 Graduation Ceremony held at the Sagebrush Convention Center on May 15th.
One man’s quest to find his purportedly stolen firearms led to a chase through Taos Tuesday (May 12) that included gunfire and a street brawl.
Passengers and the town of Taos alike are expected to save when the North Central Regional Transportation District takes over the municipal “Chile Line” bus service July 1.
The Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office says Jeramie Klose, 32, shot and killed Joseph Jensen, 42, before turning the gun on himself at a residence they shared southwest of the city.
There was not a mass exodus from Questa, but a few parents did decide to leave for jobs elsewhere. Julianna Gonzales’ dad was one of them. Laid off in Questa, he took a job at a mine in Carlsbad.
The Taos school board approved a construction contract worth for $914,605 with Blue Sky Builders, an Española-based company, Wednesday (May 13) evening.
Fellow Taos Town Council members found the $36,000 price tag just too steep on Judi Cantu’s proposal to turn Taos into a destination for “garage sale tourism.”
Thanks to a decent snowpack and a fairly moist spring, officials are hopeful the upcoming fire season might present the opportunity to let fire play its natural role in the ecosystem.