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Local brewer killed in State Road 150 rollover

Chris Jones, a 43-year-old Carson resident, was killed when his car rolled over Saturday evening (Feb. 24) on State Road 150 near Arroyo Seco, according to the Taos County Sheriff's Office. more

Veterans organization hosts public tour of community garden

The veterans assistance organization, Not Forgotten Outreach, welcomed the public to join in the opening of its new community garden from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday (Feb. 21). The nonprofit recently … more

Applications for the Forest Steward Youth Corps open

The Forest Stewards Youth Corps, a program of the Forest Stewards Guild, provides employment and job training for youth interested in forestry and natural resource management careers. In 2018, FSYC … more

Lawmakers back state tax credit for hiring foster youth

Micaela Baca arrived at the state Capitol early Wednesday (Feb. 14) with her 10-month-old son, Azariah, and a group of other young people hoping to witness a vote in … more

Legislative analysis: winners and losers

Winners College students: The New Mexico Lottery's staff and various legislators wanted to rewrite state law to eliminate the requirement that 30 … more

January 2018 births at Holy Cross Hospital

Jan. 2 Gabriel Nicholas Covarrubias, born to Alisha Loretta Vasquez and Pedro Daniel Covarrubias. Jan. 4 Jazlynn Carlota Candelaria, born to Karly Ramirez and Joshua Angelo Candelaria. Jan. 5 Lloyd Winston … more

Red Willow Farmers Market closes indefinitely

The farmers market at the Red Willow Center at Taos Pueblo is closed indefinitely.The closure was announced via a Facebook post Monday (Feb. 19), which said, "Effectively immediately, the market will … more

Mayoral candidate's family questions residency

The tale of two houses continues as both mayoral candidates have had their officially listed residences questioned by community members even as election … 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

Police respond to two student threats in a week

When Teresa Martinez's child got off the bus from Enos Garcia Elementary school last week, she could tell something was … more
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