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Holy Cross Medical Center closed its doors to visitors beginning Saturday (March 28) in an effort to prevent the spread of a deadly coronavirus that causes the COVID-19 illness. The only exception will be if a visitor is needed to calm a patient such as a parent to help with their child, according to information from hospital administrators. more
No Taos Plaza Live. No summer concerts. No Fourth of July pancake breakfast or Taos Farmers Market. The town of Taos has canceled all music events and gatherings on town property for the summer, another casualty of a deadly coronavirus that has swept across New Mexico and around the world. more
For hundreds of years, Taoseños have embraced the annual tradition of cleaning the acequias for the spring. The runoff from melting winter snowpacks in the mountains brings the water needed to grow countless crops across the county, which people use to feed both themselves and the community. This year, concerns and mandates over the COVID-19 pandemic could hinder that process and change the tradition for the time being. more
In order to combat the spread of COVID-19, the town of Taos has announced it will implement a nightly curfew effective Thursday (April 2). The curfew will require citizens to remain indoors from the hours of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. in order to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus in Taos. more
Members of the Taos Fiesta Council are canceling the annual Fiestas de Taos for only the second time in the past 100 years. According to fiesta council president Don Fransisco Trujillo, the council will be taking a year off from their planning activities due to the COVID-19 emergency. more
The New Mexico Activities Association on Friday (March 27) held an emergency board of directors meeting to address the future of the spring sports season and the state cheer competition, which was supposed to be held in late March. more
During a Tuesday (March 31) press conference, state officials have announce new criteria for COVID-19 testing.  New Mexico Health Secretary Kathy Kunkel announced that testing will change for … more
The Coronavirus continues to impact our daily lives and business operations. Like so many local businesses we have come up with alternative ways to conduct business while still supporting the social distancing initiative. more
Life is hard enough right now under coronavirus lockdowns – without local gas stations sticking it to strapped consumers. So said the Enchanted Circle Community Organizations Active in Disasters in a March 25 open letter addressed to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and Attorney General Hector Balderas.      Life is hard enough right now – without local gasoline vendors sticking it to strapped consumers. So said the Enchanted Circle Community Organizations Active in … more
If your small business or nonprofit has taken a direct hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration.  When you apply for an EIDL, you can also request an emergency advance of $10,000, which will be disbursed within three business days of approval and does not need to be repaid under any circumstances.  more
It seems there's nowhere for the number to go but up. According to the state Department of Health, New Mexico now has 237 positive cases of COVID-19, a jump of nearly 30 from Saturday's report of 208. more
No Taos Plaza Live. No summer concerts. No July 4th fireworks or Taos Farmers Market. The town of Taos has cancelled all music events and gatherings on town property for the summer, another casualty of a deadly coronavirus that has swept across New Mexico and around the world. more
A man in his 80s died in a Bernalillo County hospital on Friday (March 27) from complications caused by COVID-19, marking the second death in New Mexico related to the illness caused by the novel … more
Dear Community, Today’s (March 27) announcement that New Mexico schools will not reopen this (academic) year means that our state’s 2 million students will be out of traditional … more
The spread of the novel coronavirus  throughout New Mexico has altered the daily life of Taoseños and Northern New Mexicans. Schools have close, people are working from home and dozens of … more
Holy Cross Medical Center announced Friday (March 27) that it will be closed to visitors beginning Saturday (March 28) in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes the COVID-19 illness.  more
The New Mexico Activities Association on Friday (March 27) held an emergency board of directors meeting to address the future of the spring sports season and the state cheer competition, which was supposed to be held in … more
New Mexico had 55 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, including five in Taos County, according to the New Mexico Department of Health on  Friday (March 27).  That brings the total number of … more
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham issued an order this week closing all nonessential businesses and nonprofits until April 10 in an effort to slow the spread of a coronavirus that causes COVID-19. more
New Mexico students won’t return to regular classrooms this school year as the state continues fighting the spread of COVID-19, the deadly illness caused by coronavirus. more
Hundreds of cars crawled through the parking lot at St. James Episcopal Church on an overcast day in Taos on Thursday (March 26) to receive provisions from the organization's food pantry. more
Holy Cross Medical Center will be hosting a community forum via Facebook live on Thursday (March 26) at 2 p.m. to discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Enchanted Circle. more
Rolling Still’s vodka production switched to a new type of liquid on Tuesday (March 24) that might be more precious than the drink – hand sanitizer.  more
If your small business or nonprofit has taken a direct hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration.       more
New Mexico has recorded its first death related to COVID-19, the illness caused by a new coronavirus. The New Mexico Department of Health announced today that a man in his late 70s died of the virus not long after he was admitted to Artesia General Hospital in Eddy County on Sunday (March 22). more
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