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How many months of severe drought would it take before Taos simply ran out of water? Six months? A year? Two? This is not some far-fetched, sci-fi question. The hard reality is scientists … more
Taos County needs to get its jail in order. Doing so will be no small task, even if it is a small detention center. The recent arrest of two detention center officers for allegedly selling … more
A story about Holy Cross Hospital in the July 12 edition of The Taos News had... more
We love the Fiestas de Taos. And we applaud all the efforts of the hard-working Taos Fiesta Council to make the celebration happen every year, bringing together the wonderfully diverse people of the … more
While Taos may be a few hundred miles from the U.S.-Mexico border, by some estimates now nearly a fifth of our population are immigrants, some with documents and some without. What's happened lately … more
Harley-Davidson motorcycles are the quintessential “Made in America” product. Maybe not for long. As a result of the Trump administration’s tariffs on many foreign goods, Europe … more
We hear a lot, and write a lot, about problems at Taos area schools. This week we want to give a shout out to the students who put the hard work and dedication into their education as evidenced by … more
On Saturday (June 9), only 411 out of 22,884 members registered at the Kit Carson Electric Cooperative annual meeting. That was 47 people shy of the quorum needed for the cooperative to take action … more
This last week our region had two traumatic incidents. One showed the best side of people. The other showed the worst. more
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