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No Taos Plaza Live. No summer concerts. No July 4th fireworks or Taos Farmers Market. The town of Taos has cancelled all music events and gatherings on town property for the summer, another casualty of a deadly coronavirus that has swept across New Mexico and around the world. more
A man in his 80s died in a Bernalillo County hospital on Friday (March 27) from complications caused by COVID-19, marking the second death in New Mexico related to the illness caused by the novel … more
New Mexico State Police issued a press release Saturday morning (March 28) stating that El Prado resident and local musician Gloria Jaime Mandala has been "located," but did not indicate whether the … more
Holy Cross Medical Center announced Friday (March 27) that it will be closed to visitors beginning Saturday (March 28) in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes the COVID-19 illness.  more
New Mexico had 55 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, including five in Taos County, according to the New Mexico Department of Health on  Friday (March 27).  That brings the total number of … more
As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 health crisis, UNM-Taos is committed to helping students successfully complete their semester, while maintaining a safe environment for the entire campus community. more
Hundreds of cars crawled through the parking lot at St. James Episcopal Church on an overcast day in Taos on Thursday (March 26) to receive provisions from the organization's food pantry. more
In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Smith’s has temporarily suspended the use of reusable bags at their Taos location.  more
Holy Cross Medical Center will be hosting a community forum via Facebook live on Thursday (March 26) at 2 p.m. to discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Enchanted Circle. more
The Taos County Fire Department has issued a no burn day notice due to Thursday’s (March 26) forecasted high winds.  The national weather service has forecasted winds with gusts in excess of 30 mph during the day and sustaining into the evening.  more
Rolling Still’s vodka production switched to a new type of liquid on Tuesday (March 24) that might be more precious than the drink – hand sanitizer.  more
New Mexico has recorded its first death related to COVID-19, the illness caused by a new coronavirus. The New Mexico Department of Health announced today that a man in his late 70s died of the virus not long after he was admitted to Artesia General Hospital in Eddy County on Sunday (March 22). more
Updated March 24 at 9:30 p.m. District 1199NM, New Mexico's hospital worker's union, filed an unfair labor practice complaint against Holy Cross Medical Center on March 20 after hospital administrators said they would not engage in negotations during the COVID-19 outbreak. more
Public health officials will be providing COVID-19 coronavirus testing in Taos tomorrow (Wednesday, March 25) at Taos High School from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. more
Renters in New Mexico already reeling from widespread layoffs as businesses shut down amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak may have one less problem to worry about: the threat of eviction. more
Taos County will be limiting its business operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials announced Tuesday (March 24). more
The staff and students of Taos Municipal Schools have produced a community service video on the importance of social distancing to share with all Taoseños. more
You  won't be able to get your hair styled or colored but you will be able to attend church services under new stay-at-home restrictions announced by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Monday (March 23).  more
A major overhaul planned for the main thoroughfare in Taos has been placed on hold for two weeks because of a supply shortage caused by COVID-19, according to a press release from the New Mexico Department of Transportation. more
The North Central Regional Transit District suspended its 305 Taos Express weekend bus route serving Taos, Española and Santa Fe on Monday (March 23) and two other major routes to help discourage the spread of the COVID-19 virus throughout the region. more
New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced a new step in slowing the spread of the COVID-19 virus by closing all nonessential businesses across the state.  more
Pickup sites and bus delivery routes have not changed since last week, except that three new drive-through pickup sites have been added: Gusdorf Housing at 750 Gusdorf Rd.; the trailer park behind Walmart at 205 Camino de la Merced; and LMNOC radio station at 827 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
New Mexico's five national forests including the Carson National Forest, will begin closing developed recreation sites as early as Monday (March 23), to align with state and local steps already taken to contain the outbreak of the COVID-19 illness. more
Increasing concerns over a rising number of novel coronavirus cases across the state have prompted Taos to ask visitors to stay at home for the time being.  more
Due to the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Picuris Pueblo Governor Craig Quanchello took steps Friday (March 20) to protect Picuris Pueblo and the surrounding rural communities by announcing closures to help slow the spread of the virus. The following steps are in place, for the Pueblo of Picuris, until further notice: more
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