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Snowfall this past week gave ski areas around the county a boost going into the holiday season.  As the Christmas snowstorm hit Taos County, it dumped over 10 inches of the white stuff at ski facilities in the area. more
Taos County commissioners have selected Taos Mayor Dan Barrone to fill the District 42 House of Representatives seat in the New Mexico Legislature.  more
State Rep. Deborah Armstrong has joined Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s office in denying allegations this week that the governor sexually assaulted her former campaign communications director during her candidacy for office. more
As a soft powder snowstorm settles in over the Taos area Sunday morning (Dec. 29), locals brace for especially cold temperatures tonight and a cold snap lasting the next few days. Of, course, skiers are elated. more
Municipal closings for this week: more
In late October, Taos News published a story about a tiny kitten found with his siblings in a box near the Dixon post office ("A mission for a kitten") and the wheelchair that a student science club built for him.   Here's an update: more
Community members gathered Saturday (Dec. 21) on Taos Plaza for a memorial unlike any other of the year - to honor and memorialize the homeless men in the community who have died. Each year, Taos faith leaders and friends hold a ceremony to ensure they are not forgotten. more
For generations, Northern New Mexicans have taken to the mountains, canyons and valleys to hunt. It was not just for sport. The elk, deer and turkeys they tracked and harvested put meat on their tables that helped families endure hard, long winters. Each year, Taos News invites families to submit photos and stories from their favorite hunts. This year we asked a few to also share their favorite recipes they use with wild game. more
Last week (Dec. 18), the United States House of Representatives approved two articles of impeachment - abuse of power and obstruction of Congress - and then voted on Dec. 18, almost entirely along party lines, to impeach the president. The only issue on which three Taos Republicans and three local Democrats could agree - in interviews conducted over the last two weeks - is that their country is deeply divided, if not immobilized, by partisan fear and loathing. more
If you're an artist, one of the more interesting ways to display your work is on a lamppost in the Taos Historic District. The Town of Taos in partnership with the Taos Arts Council has issued a call to artists to submit their work for consideration for its Lamppost Art Banner Competition. more
Here are some of the holiday events that are happening in the area this week: more
At its core, whether based in a religion or not, faith is a deep-rooted expectation of good things to come. Faith lives in one’s heart and spirit. It can’t be explained away by reason or logic, or be defined through a single lens. Taos’ faith doesn’t come from some newfangled, convoluted idea or practice. Its purpose isn’t to divide, judge or ignore. It comes from generations of deep-rooted tradition — a faith that truly comes from optimistic hearts and genuine spirits. more
Could Taos have a white Christmas, or a white Christmas Eve? Albuquerque meteorologists from the National Weather Service (NWS) are tracking two separate storm systems that could impact travel in New Mexico Christmas week. more
Several houses lost power Monday (Dec. 23) after a vehicle collided with an electrical pole near the Ranchos de Taos Post Office on State Road 68. more
A man who became highly influential to the followers of Eastern mysticism in Taos has died. Ram Dass, born Richard Alpert, died Sunday (Dec. 22) at about 7 p.m. local time. He was at his home in Maui, Hawaii surrounded by friends and followers. He was 88. more
A new federal rule tightening the criteria states must meet to receive waivers for underemployed SNAP recipients will cut food benefits for thousands across the country when it takes effect next year, but residents in Taos and eight other areas in New Mexico may not have to worry just yet. more
Roberto “Bobby” Gonzales was officially sworn into this new position as District 6 Senator on Friday (Dec. 20).  The former representative took on his new position Friday during a … more
Holy Cross Medical Center's top administrator addressed the Taos County Commission again this week to follow up on last month's request that the county hold a special election to increase the facility's mill levy. more
A warrant has been issued for a 26-year-old Taos man charged this fall in connection to a fight that broke out on Bent Street over the summer. more
During his first season, Dr. Tim "Quigley" Peterson's small clinic could barely withstand the alpine winds that blew his back door off its hinges. more
Geronimo Romero remembers the first year of the Winter Market at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish gym in downtown Taos. "It was do or die," said Romero, of Taos Pueblo, who loves to bake both in a traditional adobe outside horno and in his regular oven. more
Blue Bus riders now have a new facility to park at thanks to a $1 million federal transportation grant. North Central Regional Transit District officials met Monday (Dec. 16) to celebrate the new El Prado parking facility and a stop for the RTD Blue Bus line operated by the district near KTAOS Solar Center at U.S. 64 and State Road 150. The facility accommodates 83 parking spaces and has a new shelter for those waiting to catch a ride on the bus. more
Members and volunteers for Taos Feeds Taos gathered at the National Guard Armory Wednesday (Dec. 18) to fill boxes for families across Taos. more
After being selected by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham to fill the District 6 Senate seat, Roberto "Bobby" Gonzales will take his official oath of office Friday (Dec. 20) at Taos Pueblo.  more
Albertsons Market in Taos will stop using plastic bags before the end of the year.  Assistant Store Director Richard Kennedy said the store has set a date of Dec. 22 as the last day plastic bags will be used at the facility.  more
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