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This fishing report has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. more
Many injuries and deaths are preventable. more
An older version of Bill Burgess' resume, one that ended with his role as Angel Fire Ski School Director in 1967, was called, simply "Ephemera." more
The Taos Special Olympics will host their annual fundraiser, the March Madness basketball tournament, from March 15-17. more
High school biking: The Taos Composite High School Mountain Bike Team begins its fourth season of offering Northern New Mexico students the opportunity to train as a team and race mountain … more
"Hiking the ridge" to Kachina Peak is a rite of passage for many skiers and riders. more
As we transition from winter into spring, we can do ourselves a favor by not pushing too hard when we start to hike, bike, climb or get active playing tennis or any other sport. more
A fun time was had by the 103 participants that came out in support of the annual Toast of Taos hosted by the Taos Lions Club held at Taos Country Club June 30. more
Ride the Rift: The Field Institute of Taos presents Ride the Rift, a free mountain bike event for all ages and all abilities, Sunday, Oct. 14. The event will take place on… more
A "bucket-list" race, the Angel Fire Adventure has seen a fresh batch of participants during each of its the four-years. more
It starts in the water: a choppy current and a mouthful of algae. Spinning arms and feet kicking him in the face below murky waters. more
Turkeys, boars, deer, big horn sheep and an array of various sized animal targets dotted the practice range of the Taos Country Club as archers converged and drew their bolts. more
In a three-day event, participants traveled from throughout New Mexico and Colorado to compete in a range of events. more
Building on the last three seasons’ investments, Taos Ski Valley is continuing a $300 million investment in its infrastructure and amenities. more
There’s a new game in town and it’s called pickleball. more
 The start of games and matches are coming. After weeks of organized practices and workouts – in some cases, weightlifting sessions held throughout the summer – the 2018 fall … more
The summer months in Taos County offer plenty of outdoor shots and unique sports moments. more
On Saturday (Jan. 19) three girls representing Taos traveled to Loveland, Colorado, to compete in the ATA Front Range Challenge. more
CARDBOARD DERBY AT SIPAPU SKI AND SUMMER RESORT – March 16 – one of Sipapu's most talked-about family-friendly fun events where guests build their own vessels using only cardboard, duct tape, string or twine and paint. more
Eagle Nest Lake State Park is hosting a recreational and amateur disc golf tournament Saturday (July 7) as part of the activities celebrating Eagle Nest Dam's centennial anniversary.Registration for … more
Tartan Tourney: El Valle Escondido Golf Course is hosting the annual Tartan Tourney Saturday (Aug. 18). This is a nine-hole, four-person scramble (best ball) tournament with a 9 a.m. shotgun … more
The ice rink at the Taos Youth and Family Center is open seven days per week for public recreational skating. Cost to get on the ice is $3 for adults and $2 for children and includes skate rental. more
NEW MEXICO FISHING REPORT: This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the state Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. … more
Juddah Daffron of Taos plays on a U-12 indoor soccer team out of Santa Fe that is part of the Rio Rapids Soccer Club. more
MEN'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE: On April 4 there will be a meeting for the Taos Men's Softball League at 6:30 p.m. at El Taoseño Restaurant, 819 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur, Taos. more
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