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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
We'll just say it. Taos High School senior Jonah Vigil is one fast runner. So fast that he won five gold medals at the 2018 state track and field championship and took home the top honor of High … more
Several Americans die each day while waiting for a donated organ. In New Mexico, 556 people are currently on the waiting list for a kidney. more
 Thursday (Jan. 17) was a beautiful, bluebird day at Taos Ski Valley. The sun was shining. It was warm. The skiing conditions were soft and powdery. Locals and tourists alike were riding the … more
Washington, D.C. is 1,800 miles from Taos County. But decisions made in the nation’s Capitol – like shutting down the federal government over a border security disagreement – hit … more
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