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The national Chapter of Boy Scouts of America has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the wake of hundreds of court cases alleging sexual abuse, but local troops will continue as usual, according to the organization. The fate of the organization’s assets, including the popular Philmont Scout Ranch in northeastern New Mexico, remains a question. more
Meteorologists from the National Weather Service are predicting light snow for tonight, Tuesday (Feb. 19), and tomorrow (Feb. 20), with more precipitation expected over the weekend. more
Amid a series of lawsuits alleging sexual abuse, the Boy Scouts of America  (BSA) has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to a statement released by the organization today, Tuesday (Feb. 18). more
Crews from several area agencies teamed up to combat a residential fire Sunday night (Feb. 16) that eventually destroyed a home on the east side of Arroyo Hondo. more
Hundreds of vehicles a day stream through the tiny village of Taos Ski Valley on their way to one of the premier ski resorts in the country. As Taos Ski Valley resort continues to grow into a world class destination, more people will come. more
Three Taos Valley residents - Raquel Grant, Rena Valdez and Emma Martinez - were among the young women who participated in the Miss New Mexico pageant held in Las Cruces on Jan. 25-26. more
The ebb and flow of animals at Stray Hearts Animal Shelter is reported to the Taos News each week. Curious how many dogs or cats are being held in the facility? more
On Saturday (Feb. 15), Taos Ski Valley will host Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) and its event “Shred the Love” to help raise awareness for those affected by the disease. Money raised from the event will go to B4BC and Anita Salas Memorial Fund, a nonprofit that helps women with financial assistance. more
Members of the Taos Tree Board are gearing up for spring as they ready the community for their annual Arbor Day festival. more
A Taos County man was critically wounded in a shooting early Monday morning (Feb. 10) at Faustine's Trailer Park in El Prado, according to a press release sent on Thursday (Feb. 13) from the Taos County Sheriff's Office. more
Winter months mean difficulties for an aging water system in a town like Taos. Town of Taos crews are working to update and upgrade old and outdated water pipes and systems around the town. Many of the water systems were established decades ago and are slowly being replaced by updated systems parts. more
At the end of this month, Taos loses its police chief of the last two and a half years, and one of the longest-serving members of its local police force. more
The 8th Judicial District Attorney’s Office and the Law Offices of the Public Defender in Taos are preparing for a trial next month in a rape case filed in July in Red River ... more
A man charged in a 2017 aggravated assault upon a peace officer case remains wanted on a bench warrant, creating another delay in bringing his case to a trial. Requildo Cardenas was originally … more
The state is requesting that a Taos District Court judge transfer a schizophrenic defendant to a state prison before trial after the defendant allegedly battered multiple people inside the Taos County jail. more
A bill that would appropriate $100 million to repair some of New Mexico's most dangerous dams advanced Tuesday (Feb. 11) in the state Senate.The money would pay for only … more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Feb. 5-10. more
After four hours of public comment, and with more people waiting to speak, the Taos County Planning and Zoning Commission voted Wednesday night (Feb. 12) to continue a hearing on a proposed Family Dollar in El Prado.  more
On newsstands Thursday, this week’s print version of Taos News covers Valentine art, a discussion with the retiring police chief, and a look forward with the interim school superintendent for Questa. more
John Painter, longtime manager at the Cerro San Cristóbal Ranch in northern Taos County, was gored by one of the ranch bison Tuesday (Feb. 11) while he was out feeding the animals. more
The man gored by a bison at the Cerro San Cristóbal Ranch in northern Taos County Tuesday morning (Feb. 11) has been identified as John Painter, a longtime ranch employee and a board member with El Prado Water and Sanitation District.  more
A driver in Taos was cited for knocking over a light pole onto a snowcovered roundabout on Paseo del Cañon East Tuesday morning (Feb. 11), according to Taos Central Dispatch radio … more
New Mexico Department of Transportation is reporting severe driving conditions in the Eagle Nest area, where roads are snow-packed and icy with zero visibility due to blizzard conditions. Travel is discouraged. more
Update, 8:33 a.m.: 8th Judicial District Court Taos and Taos city offices are on a two- hour delay; see the full article for more updated closings. more
The Taos County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on a proposed Family Dollar store in El Prado. The proposed store is again generating controversy between supporters and those who think a Family Dollar Store doesn't belong in the location. more
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