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Electronic cigarettes are marketed as safer and healthier than cigarettes.As recent New Mexico cases of lung disease linked to vaping show, that's simply not true.Freelance investigative reporter … more
Taos Vortex was an amazing three-day spectacle of music, art, entertainers and massive creativity put on at Kit Carson Park by the ever inventive Meow Wolf of Santa Fe.It was also really, painfully … more
In a couple of weeks, students around Taos County will start back to school.Dozens of them, if not well over 100, will need backpacks, pens, notebooks and other school supplies that their families … more
The weather has warmed up in Taos and residents continue to show their warm hearts by donating to the men's shelter box at The Taos News front reception area. The … more
For 13 years, the town of Taos has run a recycling center. It is an important service that helps town and county residents reduce their waste stream and be kinder to the planet.But only town … more
In this week's edition of The Taos News, we're proud to bring you the All Stars special section with stories of top athletes from Taos County's high schools. These are young people who have excelled … more
About one in four women will experience psychological, physical or sexual violence in her lifetime, often by an intimate partner and often witnessed by children. Transgender and people who identify … more
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative, ostensibly owned by its thousands of customers, is holding its annual meeting Saturday (June 8) at the Taos High School gym.The big question is: Will enough of the … more
In April, New Mexico's two U.S. Senators and three Representatives introduced yet again a bill to honor veterans of the World War II battles at Bataan and Corregidor with Congressional Gold Medals. … more
Graduation season has arrived. The high school and college ceremonies begin today (May 9) as students who completed their high school equivalency certificates are honored at the Sagebrush Inn. more
Last week, a team recovered the body of a man from the Río Grande.The recovery team - members of Taos Search and Rescue, Bureau of Land Management and a specialized team from the Taos County … more
This is Earth Week and every day is a chance to help the beautiful little blue planet we all share.One way to do that is to plant a tree or take care of the ones you already have in your yard.Trees, … more
Monday, (April 22), is Earth Day. This will be the 49th year people around the world celebrate the planet on this day. As climate change takes hold and humans begin to see the impacts in drought, … more
This week, thousands of people will make their way on foot to the Santuario de Chimayó. You will see them walking along roads and highways around the region. They are on the annual pilgrimage to … more
Among the most beautiful sights and sounds of springtime is that of water flowing down the historic acequias winding across Taos County. more
A recent situation involving sexting at Taos High School caused one girl to be suspended and as many as two dozen phones belonging to boys at the school may have been confiscated by police. Criminal charges … more
Mountain Home Health Care, the longtime nonprofit that helps the elderly and physically disabled in Taos, announced Monday (March 25) it will no longer provide in-home caregivers to those on Medicaid. more
Buck Johnston climbed to the top of a 60-foot drilling rig west of Taos recently and stayed there for four days through wind and snow, asking primarily for one thing: a new public conversation about … more
It was a little worrisome at first to see an item listed on the town of Taos consent agenda this week: $650,000 to extend Taos Air charter flight service to and from Texas into the summer, all of it … more
Sheriffs in 26 New Mexico counties, including Taos County, have convinced their county commissions to approve so-called Second Amendment Sanctuary resolutions. The word “sanctuary” … more
Life is precious. So is quality of life. We do not get to choose when our lives begin. Most of us don’t get to choose when it ends. But some – like those diagnosed with a … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has made it clear she wants New Mexico powered by renewable energy.We applaud her recent moves to make that happen. And we celebrate our local Taos County power provider Kit Carson Electric Cooperative for being ahead of the renewable energy curve. more
Several Taoseños and Taos County musicians and singers recently swept the New Mexico Hispano Music Association Awards. We congratulate them all. They’ve done their communities … more
Some 20 families in Questa’s low-income housing called Casitas de Questa have been without natural gas to heat their homes or water for a month. more
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