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Southwestern willow flycatcher keeps 'endangered' status

Ranching organizations in New Mexico that asked the federal government to remove a small bird from its list of endangered speeches received some disappointing news last week. On Thursday (Dec. … more

'That was a lapse that shouldn't have happened'

As a Rio Arriba County jail guard deals with paperwork, a shirtless Damian Herrera casually walks into view of a surveillance camera in the jail's booking area. After the guard gets up and goes into … more

Former Taos News reporter returns as editor

Staci Matlock, former reporter for The Taos News, returns this week as the newspaper’s managing editor. She replaces Damon Scott, who has decided to move on to new adventures.“Staci has a … more

New law allows donations to fund rape kits

New Mexico lawmakers approved a bill signed into law by the governor recently that allows residents to donate a portion of their tax returns to a fund that will pay for the testing of sexual assault … more

‘A declaration of war on our values’

Hundreds of people packed into the rotunda of the Capitol on Monday in an intensifying show of alarm over President Donald Trump’s clampdown on illegal immigration and his vow to build a wall … more

KCEC 1 MW solar array comes online in Tres Piedras

A 1-megawatt solar array in Tres Piedras started soaking in the sun and pumping power to the grid last week. Kit Carson Electric Cooperative announced the completion of the solar array in an Aug. … more

Update: App created by Taos students named 'best in nation'

In the midst of all the well-intentioned discussions prompted by the nearly record-setting suicide rate in Taos County last year, five Taos-area high school students have taken an action that … more

Lt. David Maggio appointed acting police chief

Lt. David Maggio, a 20-year veteran of the Taos Police Department, was named “acting police chief” immediately following Randall Parmer’s final day on the job yesterday, Friday … more

Plea deal bungled, hearing delayed in child rape case

A proposed plea agreement signed by prosecution and defense attorneys in the case of Raymond Martinez, who was accused of raping and molesting children in 2015, fumbled its way into Taos District … more

Pipeline update: Week of Nov. 16

The construction zone for the natural gas pipeline in the Rio Grande Gorge has moved south and is now positioned about a half-mile on either side of Mile Marker 27 on State Road 68, according to Tim … more
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