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Río Grande Gorge Bridge vendors were shocked at the start of their day Thursday (Sept. 14) as concrete barricades had been installed along the highway shoulder where they normally … more
Racists aren’t born. They’re made. So the challenge for all of us is how to unmake and stop the kind of racism that reared its ugly head in the most public way possible this week in … more
Some of you reading this this article have a dog or a cat laying on your lap. You love animals: well maybe not all animals. Most of you just finished eating a hamburger or turkey sandwich. How can … more
The majority of the Taos County Board of Commissioners voted to block Commissioner Candyce O'Donnell from taking on a leadership role among the board while voting two members into their third terms as chairman and vice-chairman. more
In a surprise turnaround, the state secretary of public education announced Tuesday night (Oct. 17) that his department will revise its controversial proposal for new science teaching standards, … more
Although Taos is screaming about what a success this concert was, I’d like to give my opinion about how we thought this town handled the concert. We bought tickets over a month in advance yet had to wait in line with folks who didn’t have tickets. We waited for almost three hours. How about separate lines for ticket holders? more
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To this retired infantry soldier the commercial sale of military small arms to the general population borders more on insanity than just gross negligence. more
Updated: Nov. 26, 1:30 p.m. Peñasco, NM – New Mexico State Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that left an alleged gunman dead at a residence near Peñasco Saturday morning (Nov. 25). ... A body could be seen on the roof of a property at the scene of the shootout between the gunman, who's name has not yet been released, and law enforcement officers. more
Fire and monsters — mythical and imagined — are central to a free art party on Taos Plaza Saturday, Sept. 23. more
Elder financial abuse has the potential to impact all of us on some level. Whether you are protecting a loved one from becoming a victim or actively taking precautions to protect your personal estate, fraud and exploitation is a risk that grows as people age. It is important for individuals to understand the magnitude of this crime, identify ways to both actively prevent and stop abuse, as well as understand how to escalate if it is suspected. more
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