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Marcos Alejandro Gonzales, Taos High 2003 graduate and son of Sen. Roberto "Bobby" and Charlene Gonzales, is running for Bernalillo County District 3 commissioner. more
The Taos Avalanche Center has issued an avalanche warning Friday (Jan. 17) for backcountry area terrain in the wake of a storm Thursday night that brought several inches of snow to the area. more
As snow fell Thursday evening (Jan. 16), Taos Municipal Schools  announced Friday's classes will be delayed two hours. Taos Charter School will be closed Friday. Taos County, town of Taos, Taos Magistrate and Eighth Judicial District Court all announced a two hour delay for Friday. more
Taos Pueblo's new governing body for 2020 talked about their plans for the year ahead after the Blessing of the Canes Sunday (Jan. 12) at the San Geronímo Church in the village plaza. more
A local tree trimmer accused of shooting and killing World Cup Café owner Patrick Larkin in Llano Quemado last summer may see some of his charges dropped in exchange for revealing evidence he may have concealed following the alleged crime. more
A Taos Police officer was charged with a misdemeanor last week after he was accused of taking his wife's cellphone away when she attempted to dial 911 during an argument at her home on Jan. 10. more
A 49-lot project proposed near Taos Pizza Outback off Paseo del Pueblo Norte won't be for affordable housing, according to the developer during a Jan. 8 presentation to the Taos Planning and Zoning Commission. more
Taos County Transfer Stations will be closed Saturday-Monday (Jan. 18-20) and will reopen Tuesday (Jan. 21) in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday.Taos County closuresAll county … more
Following Jeff Shannon's appointment in December to the bench in the 8th Judicial District Court, six people have since applied to fill his vacant seat in Taos Magistrate Court. more
In order to deal with an abundance of elk, the Taos Country Club could be allowing a licensed hunt for elk near the golf course. Golf course maintenance expert Miguel Romero said about 30 elk have been making their way onto the golf course in recent months and are causing a concern for both safety and the groundworks. more
Law enforcement suspect that a longtime Taos Pueblo teacher was killed by a pack of dogs on pueblo land the morning of Jan. 8, bringing into focus the most extreme danger of dog overpopulation – not only at the pueblo, but also in the wider Taos County area. more
State mental health experts have found an Ojo Caliente man charged with killing three of his family members and two strangers in 2017 competent, according to the district attorney in Taos. more
Local favorite and longstanding restaurant El Taoseño has been listed for sale.  The former bowling alley property on Paseo del Pueblo Sur has been a favorite of Taos locals and visitors for a number of years.  more
National Weather Service meteorologists are tracking a complex weather pattern that will impact northern and central New Mexico Thursday (Jan. 16) through Friday. more
Cold snow and warm pies await those participating in the seventh annual Not Forgotten Outreach vets ski week. Veterans assistance group NFO will be hosting past and present military members and their families for a week of skiing and events up in Taos Ski Valley. more
Taos Common Grounds adult sponsor Jill Cline walks through a frigid building, with no lights or heat, with a high amount of optimism. "We've got a little work to do here," she said, pointing to a future row of showers in what could be the biggest push for a new center of youth activities in the new year. more
Each year, thousands of visitors come to Taos for its architectural wonders and historic feel. A handful of people in town are responsible for that feel and are working to ensure generations are able to enjoy classic Taos. more
Taos County commissioners voted to shift their chairperson position at Tuesday's (Jan. 7) regular meeting.The chairperson is responsible for conducting the commission's meetings. more
Updated Jan. 10 at 4:50 p.m. A recovery crew that hiked under the Río Grande Gorge Bridge to retrieve a body in a snowstorm Friday (Jan. 10) was forced to call off the mission due to an obstacle in the river. Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said the body has not been identified, but may be that of an Alamosa, Colorado, man who was reported missing this month. more
Taos residents will experience some light snow today (Friday, Jan. 10), but accompanying cold air and breezy conditions may affect road conditions in the state, according to National Weather Service officials. more
Emergency crews responded to a two-car collision near mile marker 2 on State Road 150, near Arroyo Seco Thursday afternoon (Jan. 9). more
A downed power pole near Blueberry Hill  and Lower Los Colonias  roads has created power outages for the El Prado, El Salto, Arroyo Seco and Blueberry Hill communities today, Thursday (Jan. 9), Kit Carson Electric Cooperative officials said.  more
Taos Air welcomed its first California flights Thursday (Jan. 9) into Taos Regional Airport.  Community members and government officials gathered for a celebration of the airline's new 2020 flight season as two jets from The Golden State landed at the airport. Passengers were greeted by Taos Ski Valley CEO David Norden and lawmakers from New Mexico.  more
Taos County Sheriff’s deputies, along with Taos Ski Valley authorities and other agencies, are searching for a man reported last seen on Jan. 2. more
Mayor Dan Barrone took his official oath of office Saturday (Jan. 4) for the District 42 representative seat in the New Mexico Legislature. more
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