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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
Two candidates will challenge council incumbents Darien Fernandez and Nathaniel Evans for their town of Taos Council seats. Billy Romero and Roger Martinez have filed with the town clerk’s office for the March 3 municipal election to give the sitting councilors a race for reelection. Both Fernandez and Evans are currently serving their first term on the council. more
Taos Academy has advanced to the final round of Samsung's 'Solve for Tomorrow' nationwide STEM contest , along with two other New Mexico schools. more
New Year's Eve and New Year's Day kept local law enforcement busy responding to more than 200 incidents, including traffic stops, welfare checks and criminal damage reports. more
The most-read story on TaosNews.com for 2019 was the main article reporting the Taos Ski Valley avalanche (“One skier dies, second critically injured after avalanche at Taos Ski Valley,” Jan. 17) with 298,085 page views. more
Taos Air’s service to Southern California, announced in November 2019,  kicks off Thursday (Jan. 9). more
Candidates have one more day to get their name in the hat for the March 3 municipal election.  Two seats on the town of Taos Council will be up for election this year and candidates will have the opportunity to run against incumbents Darien Fernandez and Nathaniel Evans. Both councilors have said they are running to retain their seats.  more
The town of Taos Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Wednesday (Jan. 8) for their first regular meeting of the year.  The commission had to cancel their previous meeting due to a lack of quorum present and will hear a presentation initially scheduled for the December meeting.  more
At 6 pounds, 15 ounces, Naia Martinez is the first baby born at Holy Cross Medical Center for 2020. more
The best quotes from Taos newsmakers in 2019: more
Locally, the final year of the last decade began with a tragic avalanche at Taos Ski Valley and ended with the first change in the New Mexico Senate seat representing Taos County in decades. In the beautiful communities of Taos County and around the Enchanted Circle, the days were filled with a lot of laughter, tears, political battles, tragedies, comic moments and everything in between. more
The Taos County Board of Commissioners this week rejected a request from Holy Cross Medical Center to hold a special election to decide a proposed mill levy increase. Instead, it will put the question of continued financial support for the hospital to voters in the 2020 general election. more
Taoseños face another brief round of winter weather Thursday  (Jan. 2) as a fast-moving winter weather system brings brisk winds and snow across New Mexico. more
Edwin Concha has been named Taos Pueblo Governor and Gary Lujan as the tribe's War Chief for 2020, according to the respective tribal offices Thursday (Jan. 2). more
Despite below-freezing temperatures, friends and loved ones gathered on Taos Plaza  and at Taos Ski Valley  to celebrate  entering a new decade.   more
First responders were on the way to the scene of a head on collision at 91 Cabresto Road at 11 p.m. New Year's Eve at about the same time a high speed chase along State Road 150 and up El Salto ended in a rollover and one person in custody. more
A driver crashed into the Coffee Spot on Paseo del Pueblo Norte on New Year's  before 9 p.m., according to reports on Taos Central Dispatch.  It is unknown if the driver was drunk or if … more
On the last day of their administration, Taos Pueblo Gov. Richard Aspenwind and War Chief Bernard Lujan presided over ceremonies marking the retirement of two men whose decades-long work helped to protect water rights for their tribe and the greater Taos Valley. more
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