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Primary 2018: Julian Cisneros

Julian Cisneros, a former Questa village councilor and veteran who's taught young people in both Taos and Questa, is seeking to unseat the current Taos County commissioner for District 2.Cisneros was … more

Republicans face tough battle to win Senate

Even if Republicans manage to retain control of the state House of Representatives, Gov. Susana Martinez realizes that the conservative agenda she’s tried to push — with legislation such as bringing back the death penalty — would go nowhere in … more

Lawmakers aim to bridge rural broadband gap

After failing in previous years to pass significant legislation to boost broadband internet in New Mexico, lawmakers are meeting Oct. 20 to try to jump-start efforts for the 2017 legislative session. A legislative committee is scheduled to meet … more

Budget relief may place burden on schools, fire departments

Legislators' last attempt to balance this year's budget relied heavily on across-the-board cuts to state programs, but some critics of the new effort say lawmakers are placing the burden of a projected $69 million deficit on local institutions … more

Barn owl rescued by local rancher

David Montoya, manager of the Wolf Springs Ranch near the Río Grande Gorge west of Taos, found this owl caught on a fence Thursday morning (March 23). “It is beautiful,” Montoya … more

Summer country show displays promise, exposes areas for improvement

For some, Dwight Yoakam's recent performance in Taos was a big success - full of good, old-fashioned boot-scootin' tunes played by what many hailed as some of the best country musicians Taos has … more

Montana, Idaho wildfires send smoke to Taos

Smoke from more than a dozen large wildfires burning in Montana and Idaho contributed to the haze settling over parts of Northern and Central New Mexico Saturday and Sunday (Sept. 2-3). David … more

Alert: Some electric customers target of ‘shut off’ scam

New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas is warning Taos-area electric customers of a new scam from callers pretending to represent Kit Carson Electric Co-op. more

BLM citizen council to meet for first time since national monument review

BLM citizen council to meet for first time since monument review The Bureau of Land Management Farmington District will host a public meeting of its … more

Este Es fire burns through trailer, vehicles

An early morning fire Tuesday (March 6) burned through a trailer on Este Es Road and vehicles parked outside.  Firefighters responded to the blaze sometime after 1 a.m.  The cause of … more
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