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Following pedestrian death, Taos police discuss road safety

No pedestrians were killed on Taos roadways in 2016, according to Taos Police records, and before 2017 wound its way to a close, town police say they were looking at another safe year – … more

T-Mobile cell tower in Costilla goes before planning board Wednesday

T-Mobile is proposing to build a 195-foot tall cell tower in Costilla. A public hearing before the Taos County Planning Commission will be held Wednesday (Jan. 10). If approved, the cell tower would … more

Taos remembers Women's March

On the anniversary of the 2017 Women’s March on Washington, community members in Taos gathered Saturday (Jan. 20) for a march of their own that led their crowd from Taos Plaza to Kit Carson … more

Taos author Elizabeth Cunningham has died

A leading Taos scholar, author and arts advocate, Elizabeth Cunningham died Thursday (Jan. 18), according to her husband Skip Keith Miller. more

Taos woman wounded in officer-involved shooting at Fred Baca Park

Update: Aug. 29, 1:50 p.m. According to a family member, shooting victim Elizabeth Maestas is in "stable condition." One person was wounded during an officer-involved shooting at Fred Baca Park in Taos Monday afternoon (Aug. 28) … more

Court sides with officer in minivan shooting

A federal appeals court has sided with a former New Mexico State Police officer accused of violating the rights of a woman and her five children when he opened fire on their minivan as they fled … more

Officials: Signs violate code

For some, the neon-painted, balloon-bearing signs that periodically line the roadway between Quesnel Street and the Taos County courthouse stand as emblems of peaceful protest based in First … more

Two dead, one critically injured in crash involving alleged drunk driver

When word spread that two people had been killed and a third was critically injured during a head-on collision with an alleged drunk driver early Saturday morning (Sept. 30) along a narrow road south … more

Clark Funk, Taos fixture of the arts, dies

Clark Funk, a lifelong resident of Taos and prominent figure in the local arts community, has died.   As the chief of the Taos Volunteer Fire Department for many years, he spearheaded … more

Taos pump fails, town issues emergency water restrictions

UPDATED 4:30 p.m. 4/20/2018: Taos officials say the towns water tanks are full due to the help of area mutual domestic water systems and residents will still have water over the weekend. Crews and parts to replace a failed water pump are currently en route and the town hopes to have the situation resolved by Monday (April 23) afternoon. Water restrictions, though, are still in effect. more
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