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Voters who go to the polls on June 5, or those who vote early, beginning May 19 will have many choices if they are Democrats. more
Taos municipal elections are underway. Here are our recommendations for the mayoral and town council positions. more
Ultimately, money talks. And this, Taoseños, is what has led to the slow death of the acequia culture, tradition and heart of Taos. 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
Congratulations, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, on the beginning of your journey leading the state. We agree with so much of what you talked about in your inaugural speech Jan. 1 as you took the helm of a troubled state. 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
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
Many cultures around the world celebrate and give thanks during the autumn harvests. While the history of the official Thanksgiving Day in the United States is controversial, giving thanks is not. Thanksgiving is simply a designated day for something worth practicing every day - saying thank you. 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
Only two weeks remain before voters choose candidates for some critical state and Taos County elected positions. more
Stray Hearts Animal Shelter is charging a fee to people who surrender their pets voluntarily but not to people who bring in strays. 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
“Preserve open space and agricultural lands. Create a self-sufficient, strong economy that pays good wages and doesn’t rely on tourism; respect for diverse cultures; recreational and … 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
A picture may be worth a 1,000 words, but poetry can paint a picture. Poetry is art, where words evoke mental images for the reader or listener—of seas and mountains, of giants and … 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
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
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
Donald Gallegos needs to retire. The 8th Judicial District Attorney is tired. He’s said as much both in words and in actions. more
Happy election season, everyone! This year, political races are dominated by the contest for the governor's office. The ballot is long. However, it's filled with contests for judges, including the state Supreme Court, and unglamorous but important offices. more
Tuesday night was the celebratory moment for Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham. She had the time to thank the people who made it possible, a few hours to enjoy the applause. Then, it was off to sleep … more
On Thanksgiving Day, many of us will sit down to an abundant meal with family and friends, content in the knowledge that when we go to bed, we’ll have a roof over our heads. 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
There’s not much Taoseños can do about national and world problems. But there’s a lot we can do to help one girl. more
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