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It wasn't exactly unexpected. In fact, snowplows apparently had been at work since before sunrise Sunday (Jan. 21) to make way for it. more
At the end of every legislative session, there are dozens of bills that die on the House or Senate floor. When asked what happened, legislative leaders invariably shrug their shoulders and say, … more
On the anniversary of the 2017 Women’s March on Washington, community members in Taos gathered Saturday (Jan. 20) for a march of their own that led their crowd from Taos Plaza to Kit Carson … more
Cold weather, a bit of snow and potentially dangerous roads are headed to Northern New Mexico this weekend, according to a statement from the National Weather Service. more
The following is a condensed version of Taos County police reports from Jan. 10-15. more
All United States presidents and their administrations have kept secrets. In fact, their imperative to do so is one of the most staunchly defended facets of their working process in the national interest. All presidents and their administrations have also lied, but, to what extent or why is a question that can be argued ad nauseam. more
Henrietta Helm
August 28th, 1917 - January 13th, 2018
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Henrietta Helm age 100, a resident of Taos, NM for the last twelve years, passed away peacefully … more
Have you wondered how your area hospitals stack up in terms of the quality of care they provide? more
In record time, the nonprofit veterans assistance group, Not Forgotten Outreach, has completed the purchase of a 28-acre landmark Taos property... more
Two upcoming agricultural and environmental events with a bent toward influencing policy. more
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