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Taos students shine in regional science competition

Several Taos-area students took home honors at the Northeastern New Mexico Regional Science Fair held March 11 at New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas. more

When ‘fixing the forest’ hits a tax snag

New Mexico law gives huge tax breaks on land that's worked for agriculture. But when it comes to implementing the tax code, where does dryland farming and foresting operations fit in? more

Taos News sneak peek

Here's what is happening in The Taos News — the Taos town council approved a highly controversial three-story hotel; ongoing tensions over vending and safety plague the Gorge Bridge; the Taos County Fair; Tempo features an art show with works by incarcerated people; historic forest cabins get a facelift; plus a little astrology and weather to get you through the week. more

Grazing, roads unchanged in monument despite claims in federal review

Both of New Mexico's U.S. senators and both Democratic representatives called out the Trump administration's review of national monuments for multiple errors confirmed by local land managers. more

Lobbyist spending on meals, receptions fuels lawmakers

Energy companies, state-funded schools, car dealers, health care companies and others have kept New Mexico legislators well fed during the first half of the 2018 Legislature, while the state's ski … more

Strong at Heart: Now what?

A crowd of Taos locals hurled their fears and concerns about downtown Taos at Clark Anderson of Community Builders during the last Strong at Heart meeting … more

Man falls from cliff in Wild Rivers

A man fell between 100 to 200 feet from a cliff near La Junta Campground in the Wild Rivers Recreation Area north of Questa. more

Rain helps dampen 36,000 acre Ute Park Fire

12:50 p.m. update - Cimarron residents are being allowed to return home today (June 4) with the threat from the Ute Park blaze abated. Ute Park residents are still under a mandatory evacuation order. Cimarron residents are being allowed to return home in phases, with the first group allowed to return at noon, according to fire officials on NMfireinfo.com. Fire managers still consider the fire only 23 percent contained … more

Suspect in September Holy Cross Hospital incident in custody

The man wanted for allegedly assaulting his wife, newborn child and a health care worker at Holy Cross Hospital in Taos earlier this year was arrested in Rio Arriba County. The arrest fulfills a warrant that was issued for Rafael Orozco, … more

Business expo, job fair comes to Taos Nov. 16

If you're looking for a job in the Taos area, an event this week might be of interest. The "Taos & Enchanted Circle Business Expo & Job Fair" is scheduled for Nov. 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sagebrush Inn & Suites. Susan Cady, executive … more
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