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Taos Mayor Dan Barrone joined some town and county employees who braved snow and sleet Friday morning to pick up garbage along Paseo del Pueblo in Taos. The main thoroughfare through town has been … more
Braving the sleet and snow and in the midst of a water emergency, Taos students and community members joined together for a demonstration against gun violence and marched through town to share their … more
This weekly update is provided by the Stray Hearts Animal Shelter. Dogs in shelter: 117 Cats in shelter: 19 more
Gail Wendorf lived and exhibited in Europe for many years. However, her most recent chosen home base is along Highway 518 in Talpa. more
On Thursday, April 5, The Taos News published a “My Turn” informing its readers about an important public meeting that was scheduled for the following morning, April 6, by the Regional … more
April 22 marks the 50th observance of Earth Day. Each of us can celebrate by reducing our use of cars, use of electric energy, and consumption of animals. That’s right. Last Fall Oxford … more
I wish to thank my esteemed colleague, SOMOS Poetry Month Curator Ariana Kramer, for her courteous and thoughtful letter of explanation and regret concerning the unfortunate prop gun display by an … more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from April 11-16. April 11 12:55 a.m. Suspicious circumstance, El Gamal - A man appeared to be throwing chairs around near the … more
Facebook messages between the father and son accused in the death of 13-year-old Jeremiah Valencia in Nambé provides new evidence concerning the son’s involvement in the … more
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