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Saint Patrick's Day is Saturday. We're celebrating all things Irish and wondering who can trace part of their family history back to the old country. more
After a 19-year-old man used a legally obtained AR-15 rifle to gun down 17 people at a Parkland, Florida high school in February, some have called for increasing the age at which the assault-style … more
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The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of our country.  more
For the Town of Taos municipal elections, early voting continues through Friday, March 2. Election Day is Tuesday, March 6. On the ballot are mayoral and council candidates. Regardless of where you … more
On February 1,  The Taos News moderated and co-sponsored a 'Candidates Forum' in which candidates for Taos mayor and Taos town council responded to questions. more
The New Mexico Legislature is considering a bill to pay for three state police officers to patrol the Río Grande Gorge Bridge all the time. Read the story here and take our poll. more
The 2018 session of the New Mexico State Legislature begins Tuesday (Jan. 16). This is a 30-day session and lawmakers generally focus only on matters related to the state budget.  more
New Mexico lawmakers will consider a bill to restore the death penalty, which was made illegal in the state nearly a decade ago. more
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