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Wedding announcement: Natalie Brannan and Manuel Montoya

Natalie Brannan and Manuel Montoya, both of Questa, were married on June 23, 2018. Pastor Peter Martinez ministered the matrimony at the KTAOS Solar Center in Taos. The bride’s parents are … more

Taos News sneak peek July 5-11

In this week's paper, you'll find more reporting on the two jailers accused of trafficking drugs in the adult detention center. And if weather predictions hold, it looks like Taos may get some … more

Photo Gallery: Fourth of July in Taos County

A look at the sights in and around Taos as locals celebrate Independence Day 2018 more

Firefighters make steady progress on Sardinas Canyon Fire

The human-caused Sardinas Canyon Fire burning about 18 miles southeast of Taos topped 2,200 acres in rugged mountain terrain and was about 12 percent contained by Tuesday (July 3). more

Morris Creek Fire in Colfax County now 1,500 acres

Lighting sparked the Morris Creek Fire, which was reported Friday (June 29) on private land around the Philmont Scout Ranch in Colfax County and had burned about 1,500 acres by Tuesday morning (July 3).  The fire is reportedly 40 percent contained. more

Taos fireworks show will go on

Despite several calls in the community to halt the annual fireworks display, town of Taos officials say the show will go on as planned and will be the safest way to enjoy fireworks for the Fourth of … more

Officials: Blaze near Taos caused by person

Investigators have determined the Sardinas Canyon Fire, which has burned more than 2,000 acres about 15 miles southeast of Taos in the Carson National Forest, was human-caused. more

Weekend wildfire update: Sunday update

The Sardinas Canyon Fire burning through the unpopulated backcountry of the Camino Real district of the Carson National Forest did not grow much if at all since Friday.  Fire officials handling … more

Taos sends supplies to the border

After collecting a moving truck full of supplies, local immigrant activist Jose Gonzales is finally on his way to transport the donations to the U.S.-Mexico Border. Gonzales has been collecting … more

Town readies for the Fourth

The town of Taos will be celebrating Independence Day beginning with the raising of the American flag on the Historic Taos Plaza at 8 a.m. Wednesday, (July … more
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