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Members of the Taos County Sheriff's Office gathered on Thursday (Oct. 21) to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the local law enforcement agency. The anniversary date coincided with Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe’s 55th birthday, but Hogrefe made Steven Lee, the first appointed sheriff in Taos Count…

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The Taos County Board of Commissioners kicked the metaphorical can down the road Tuesday (Oct. 19) after postponing a decision on a resolution to establish a recycling fee for county residents to re-open the Taos Recycling Center on Bertha Street.

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Members of the nonprofit Taos Amateur Radio Club (also known as Taos ARC) are excited about a recent round of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) funding they won to teach digital radio technology to Taos High School students in an after-school setting.

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Behind a nondescript building on Paseo del Pueblo Sur, just a block south of El Taoseño and across the street from the shuttered IHOP sits an unassuming food cart. If you drive fast enough, you might even miss it.


SCORPIO – Today (Thursday) and tomorrow, leave you feeling hassled with Saturn opposing the Leo Moon and in square (tension) to your sign. Mar…


The Taos High School boys soccer team squared off against Goddard on Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 26) in the first round of the 2021 Fuddruckers Bo…


New Mexico’s skiing history is among the oldest in the American West, with prospectors in the late 1800s and early 1900s trying out their “lon…


Tradiciones 2021

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We celebrated the Heroes of Taos County and announced the 2021 Citizen of the Year. Did you miss it? Join us in celebrating the Heroes of Taos County on our broadcast recorded live on Wednesday, Oct. 6 at 5:30pm. From the last Bataan Death March survivor to homeless women’s advocates; commun…

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