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Santa Fe boy battles rare blood disease

By Robert NottThe New MexicanUntil Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017, Piñon Elementary School student Lucas Tapia was like any other 7-year-old.He liked to play football. And draw. And go see any film … more

Police blotter

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from Feb. 14-19 ... more

Ranchero Boot & Leather fits its final pair

The raised horseshoe heels, narrow toes and tall polished shafts – cowboy boots are unmistakable ... more

Taos businesses robbed, deputies nab suspect

Three Taos businesses and the Taos Municipal Landfill in El Prado were burglarized and robbed this past weekend, leaving owners with thousands of dollars in costs to recoup ... more

US 64 closes temporarily due to semi-truck accident

A semi-truck jacknifed while traveling US 64 in Taos County on Thursday (Feb. 22), temporarily closing the roadway, according to New Mexico State Police … more

Domestic violence measures reach governor

If Gov. Susana Martinez signs a Senate bill into law, New Mexico will become the 46th state to specifically define strangulation as a serious violent crime.State Sen. … more

UPDATE: Taos County, town of Taos offices close early

The Taos Municipal School District has just announced schools will be closed today (Feb. 22) in two stages due to inclement weather. Secondary schools will be dismissed at 10:30 a.m. Elementary schools will close at 11:15 a.m. more

Pipeline update: Feb. 22-28

According to New Mexico Gas Company, crews are expected to finish installing the natural gas pipeline in State Road 68 this weekend.As long as there aren't any weather delays, one-way traffic … more

Rearview: Water wranglers rope support, the hum gets heard and Bighorn sheep reach new heights

­-- 10 years ago --'Water plan flows forth…finally'By Andy DennisonFeb. 21-27, 2008Whiskey's for drinking but water's for fighting. This turn-of-phrase is probably so popular in the West … more

Carson post office customers locked out of lobby

Carson residents are finally able to check their mail during off-hours after more than a month of being locked out of the lobby of the post office due to … more
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