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Town officials sworn in

Mayor Dan Barrone was sworn into his position for a second term by Municipal Judge Richard Chavez who also took his oath after an unopposed election and winning his position for his eighth term. more

Taos schools graduate above state average

For the past three years, several schools in the Taos area graduated students at a rate higher than the state's average. Others have fluctuated widely in graduation rates. more

Lucero leaves Taos clerk's office

By Jesse Moyajmoya@taosnews.com The Taos NewsAfter 12 years in office, combing through thousands of pages of town documents, town of Taos Clerk Renee Lucero has decided to step down following the … more

Barrone, Maestas, Hahn and Chavez take election

By Jesse Moyajmoya@taosnews.comThe Taos NewsCandidates waited anxiously in the entrance to the town hall in Taos Tuesday night (March 6) as the election results made their way onto a glaring TV … more

Peoples Bank changes hands, changes name to Hillcrest

On January 2, National Bank Holdings officially brought New Mexico's Peoples Bank into its five-state network and added the Hillcrest Bank name and signage to the existing buildings. more

Questa mayor retains seat in big-turnout election

Voting in Questa is a truly community affair. "Sergeant Sally," the presiding judge, yelled out the front door, "The polls are now closed." Within a half-hour, she stood among the small crowd gathered in the village offices and, in an unwavering tradition, read the results aloud. more

Acequia leaders call for respect, cooperation in year of drought

Although most acequias haven't yet held their spring cleaning, the reality of the drought was already palpable for ditch parciantes at the annual meeting of the Taos Valley Acequia Association Saturday (March 3). more

Tensions rise as ICE visits Taos businesses

He knew he had nothing to hide. But before answering, Barreto asked for identification from the man, who opened his jacket to reveal a shiny badge bearing the seal of the United States Department of Homeland Security, a federal agency that has been under marching orders to ramp up audits of businesses and detainments of undocumented workers throughout the United States, especially in border states like New Mexico. more

Governor says she'll sign raise for teachers

New Mexico's lowest-paid teachers are in for a raise. more

State police: Ranchos man arrested for drunk driving, ramming police cruiser

New Mexico State Police arrested 60-year-old Ranchos de Taos resident and alleged habitual DWI offender Alex Vigil on Tuesday (March 6) for allegedly driving drunk on I-25 and ramming a state police … more
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