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By Friday (Nov. 16), 19 people had applied for the town of Taos' recently posted job opening for "assistant town manager." As of Tuesday (Nov. 20), the … more
Fidel Carlos Torres "Coach Torres," a stalwart of the Taos school system, died in October, leaving a legacy few will forget. more
Night monitor Brian Price saw the line begin to grow outside Taos Men’s Shelter before the worst of the storm hit on Veteran’s Day. more
“This is the best early-season skiing we’ve had in years,” said Mike Ritterhouse, Enchanted Forest’s general manager. “We are 100-percent open with trail depths of 4 to … more
Shelley Bahr grew up and built a career in Ohio and raised her four children there. But Taos is where she found the community she loved. more
First published in 1972, "Bless Me, Ultima," the beloved coming-of-age novel by Rudolfo Anaya, is now standard reading in Albuquerque Public Schools. It was the 2010 selection for … more
The budding guitarists were among a couple of dozen violinists, singers, and a garage band performing at the winter benefit concert Friday (Nov. 16) as part of the Taos Youth Music School. more
The specials include a Hand Drum Contest, Spectator Dance, and "Non- (Pow-Wow) Singing Contest." more
The Taos News publishes on Wednesday (Nov. 21)  this week, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. The paper will be available with your favorite street vendor and in store. more
At the top, the new Lift 1 ends where the old Lift 5 used to end. This new placement means skiers and riders can drop into green White Feather, blue Porcupine, black Al's Run, and double-black North American – all from one lift. more
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