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A local Taos woman whose body was found on Dolan Street early Wednesday morning (Dec. 18) has been identified as Peggy Stall, a retired educator who had spent her career teaching students in Taos County. She was 71 years old. more
Taos Police Officers were dispatched early Wednesday morning (Dec. 18) to Dolan Street in Taos, where they found the half-naked body of an elderly white woman lying on the roadway. Taos Police are … more
Five people were honored as Living Treasures in the annual Taos event held Sunday (Dec. 8) at the Taos High School gym. more
Taos Herb Company has officially crowned their biscochito winner for 2019. Sonya Silva-Baca took home the best cookie award in Taos Herb's annual contest held Dec. 5 that brings out the best bakers in Taos for the holiday season. more
The Taos County Board of  Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. for a regular Tuesday (Dec. 17) meeting. The commission will hear a second presentation from Holy Cross Medical Center about a requested mill levy increase for hospital funding. more
Due to the winter weather, the town of Taos will be on a two hour delay Monday (Dec. 16). more
For the final edition of the year (Dec. 26), The Taos News will be running your hunting photos and stories from the season. If you went hunting in or around Northern New Mexico, email … more
A winter storm landed in Northern New Mexico Sunday (Dec. 15) and the snowy morning will be followed by a dive in temperatures as the wind chill picks up. Half a foot of snow or more is predicted by meteorologists for the upper mountain elevations. more
For the second consecutive month, the Taos Historic Preservation Commission has canceled its regular meeting, which had been set for Dec. 18 at 5:30 p.m. at the town council chambers. more
New Mexico House of Representatives member Roberto "Bobby" Gonzales of Ranchos de Taos has been appointed to fill the New Mexico Senate District 6 seat long held by the late Carlos Cisneros. more
The fifth annual Taos Saturday Winter Market will kick off Dec. 14 and 21, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church gymnasium, 205 Don Fernando Street. more
Election season is around the corner, and candidate packets are now available from Taos town clerk Francella Garcia. Candidates will have until Jan. 7, 2020 to make a formal declaration of candidacy to the clerk's office if they wish to be on the ballot for the March 3 municipal election. more
After seven and a half years serving as a judge in Taos Magistrate Court, Jeff Shannon has finally made the move upstairs. more
Taoseños gathered Monday (Dec. 9 ) to see plans for the new version of the downtown Indian Hills Inn, on Paseo del Pueblo Sur.Dozens of artists, hotel managers and … more
Imagine getting preventatives for the two greatest pitfalls of high school - suicide and pregnancy - without even leaving the building. Taos High School has teamed with El Centro Family Health to make that a reality. more
Festivities for the holiday season are well underway and the nonprofit Taos MainStreet is adding its touch to businesses this year with electric faralitos (known in some parts as luminarias).  more
For Taos County voters considering a proposed special election to reauthorize and quadruple the existing mill-levy tax for Holy Cross Medical Center, taking a look at how the hospital has utilized taxpayer dollars already collected over the last four years may be the best place to start. more
The local immigrant advocacy group Sin Fronteras is collecting donations for a holiday run to the children along the Mexican side of the border in Juarez, Mexico. more
The New Mexico Tourism Department will host a free digital education workshop in Taos Thursday morning (Dec. 12)  for businesses to expand exposure within Google’s products and improve conversion of digital audiences to actual customers.  more
Northern New Mexico loggers could soon have a new venue for their product. Lance Forest Products will relocate a sawmill business to Cimarron with the help of a $350,000 investment from the state Economic Development Department. more
Taos Ski Valley announced Wednesday (Dec. 11) the resort will be hosting the 2020 World Pro Ski Tour World Championships.  The World Championships is a nationally televised event which brings the top pro skiers from around the globe for two days starting April 10, 2020.                 more
A New Mexico climate activist with Navajo roots plans to challenge state House Speaker Brian Egolf for his seat in 2020, her campaign said Tuesday. more
Tuesday (Dec. 10) The town of Taos council will meet for their regular meeting at 4 p.m.  and will hear an overview on the 2019 PASEO event. The event caused a controversy in September when community members began discussing what is and isn't art to be allowed in the event after an edgy performance piece by La Pocha Nostra.  more
After three years of stops and starts, HEART of Taos finally opened its shelter for women and children on Tuesday (Dec. 3), and its beds are quickly filling up, displaying a community need HEART’s backers had long predicted. more
The former longtime manager of the U.S. Bank located on Taos Plaza is scheduled to appear for a trial this month in a case charging her with embezzling more than $100,000. more
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