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On newsstands Thursday, this week’s print version of Taos News covers whiskey and rye, the race for town of Taos council seats, the fate of Vagrant Heart Gallery, and more. more
The fight is never over for local immigrant advocate group Sin Fronteras Nuevo Mexico.  Members of the group will be hosting a bake sale Friday (Feb. 7) to raise money for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy renewals and to continue supporting the efforts to help families at the border.  more
The AARP Foundation Tax Aide program is offering free income tax return preparation services at the Taos County Senior Citizen Center from now through April 14 at its new location at 200 Albright Street, just south of the county administration building. more
SPONSORED CONTENT: The University of New Mexico-Taos is offering an immersive educational experience with its new Study Abroad program available to students and to the community at large. more
Several area school systems have announced delays for today (Wednesday, Feb. 5) due to weather. more
Here are a few of the weather photos you've shared with us on Facebook: more
The village of Taos Ski Valley will hold a candidate forum from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Feb. 15 in the Taos Tent for community members to get to know the people running for the village council positions. more
Updated 7:26 p.m. Taos Municipal Schools have announced a two-hour delay for Wednesday, Feb. 5, due to weather. more
An elderly woman crashed a minivan into a pillar at the front entrance to Smith's grocery store in Taos on Saturday (Feb. 1), according to Taos Police Chief David Trujillo. more
Taos definitely has talent - and singers like 7-year-old Jasmine Monique Sandoval proved that this year. Taos brought home the show at the 29th annual New Mexico Hispano Music Awards on Jan. 18 at the Ohkay Casino Resort Hotel in Española. Nine artists and bands from Taos brought home awards from this year's event. more
When she unveiled a new online “asset map” to help drive the community schools initiative in Taos, Catherine Horsey got some oohs and aahs at last week’s (Jan. 21) school board meeting. The map gives educators a comprehensive, fingertip guide to several dozen nonprofits that have signed on to support the schools – the very backbone of the community school concept. more
A winter storm traveling across the state forced school delays and early dismissals Tuesday (Feb. 4), while temperatures are expected to plummet even further through tonight and into Wednesday (Feb. 5).  more
Days remaining in session: 20 Smoking bill clears committee: The Senate Public Affairs Committee on Friday afternoon voted in favor of legislation that would raise the legal smoking age … more
The Taos News will be hosting a candidates' forum for the upcoming 2020 town of Taos election.  Town council candidates will take the stage at 6 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 6) in the Kit Carson Cooperative Boardroom,  118 Cruz Alta Road, where they will answer a variety of questions about the upcoming election and their priorities if elected. more
At least one burglar with a proclivity for commercial burglaries is creating headaches for Taos business owners again. more
During Tuesday's (Jan. 28) regular town meeting, town councilors moved forward on proposed ordinances regulating both plastic bags as well as short-term rentals. more
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While the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator has not yet identified the remains, Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said that a tattoo on the body's leg was consistent with a description of a man named Donald Ayon, who was reported missing in Alamosa, Colorado, earlier this month. more
A detox center is coming for Taos County, said Lawrence Medina, director of Río Grande Alcoholism Treatment Program - but Taoseños may have to wait a bit longer for a local facility to open its doors. more
After months of debate, the Taos Regional Landfill Board elected to take over operations at the town of Taos Recycle Center at 201 Bertha Street. The town had been requesting financial assistance for the center’s operations due to the rising costs of recycling and declining revenues. Now, the future of recycling at the center has some folks questioning the next move. more
Taos High School was placed on a brief lockdown Wednesday (Jan. 29) afternoon after a student allegedly made a verbal threat to a teacher.  “A student made a comment to a teacher and walked out of the classroom,” said Taos Police Chief David Trujillo.  more
National Weather Service meteorologists in Albuquerque are tracking a  winter storm system crossing the state today (Monday, Jan. 27), bringing light to moderate snow accumulations to western and Northern New Mexico this afternoon. more
As the sun crested the Manzano Mountains in Valencia County, matanzeros were already tending their fires and getting ready for a day full of cooking.  more
Because Taos is a town of artists, Cid's Market has decided this is the year to stage its first-ever "Design Our New T-Shirt" contest. If your design is selected, you'll win a $500 Cid's gift certificate, and T-shirts will be printed for you and the entire Cid's staff. more
Taos County was presented with a $7,000 award for their workplace safety during a New Mexico Counties conference Thursday (Jan. 23). more
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