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Second bank robbery suspect pleads guilty

Troy Montoya, 24, of Española, pleaded guilty Tuesday (April 11) in an Albuquerque federal court to a bank robbery charge.According to a U.S. Department of Justice press release, Montoya -- along … more

Talpa quilters featured in show

The Talpa Community Center is known for the programs, and projects that volunteers there offer on a daily basis.The sewing program and long-arm quilting machine at the community center is, as far as the Talpa Quilters group knows, the only one … more

Lawmaker a giant in the Legislature

Luciano "Lucky" Varela, a longtime state employee who went on to serve for 30 years in the New Mexico House of Representatives, died Saturday night at his home in Santa Fe, surrounded by family members. He was 82. more

Pipeline update: construction near Pilar visitor center

As construction on a reroute of the only natural gas pipeline in Taos County moves south into the Río Grande Gorge, safety observers will begin monitoring work areas next week for potential rock slides. more

Don't take chances, get your flu shot now to protect health

The flu is nothing to sneeze at, especially if you're an older adult.Anywhere from 140,000 to 710,000 Americans are projected to land in the hospital this year as a result of the flu and … more

Town of Taos moves forward with parks master plan

Parks in Taos have been getting some much-needed attention, and the town of Taos is inviting the public in for a discussion about their future.The town … more

Taos: What's the plan?

Taoseños are no strangers to plans for the future of their town. more

Primary 2018: Mark Gallegos

In March, Mark Gallegos won his reelection bid to become the mayor of Questa for a second term. He's back on the ballot, this time running for another four years on the Taos County Board of … more

Firefighters begin to rein in 36,000 acre Ute Park Fire

Fire officials report the Ute Park blaze is about 36,083 acres in size but is now 23 percent contained as of 7 p.m. Sunday (June 3), according to an update on Inciweb. They remain concerned about … more

Taoseños rally to send border aid to help immigrants

The community of Taos rallied together after the recent immigration crackdown on the U.S.-Mexico border and donated supplies to the children and families … more
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