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Edwin Concha has been named Taos Pueblo Governor and Gary Lujan as the tribe's War Chief for 2020, according to the respective tribal offices Thursday (Jan. 2). more
As a soft powder snowstorm settles in over the Taos area Sunday morning (Dec. 29), locals brace for especially cold temperatures tonight and a cold snap lasting the next few days. Of, course, skiers are elated. more
A man who became highly influential to the followers of Eastern mysticism in Taos has died. Ram Dass, born Richard Alpert, died Sunday (Dec. 22) at about 7 p.m. local time. He was at his home in Maui, Hawaii surrounded by friends and followers. He was 88. more
After a 2,000 mile trek from the Questa Ranger District of the Carson National Forest to the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building, the “People’s Tree” is scheduled to be lit today (Wednesday, Dec. 4) at 5:00 p.m. EST. more
A chimney fire has spread into the roof of a structure on Delores Road in the Peñasco area prompting emergency services to issue a general alarm for "more hands and more water." more
Students and staff at Taos High School and Taos Middle School were ordered to shelter in place Friday morning (Oct. 11) after rumors of a threat spread that were determined to not be credible, … more
The state's paving project along Paseo del Pueblo Sur reached the La Posta/Cervantes intersection in front of the Albertson's supermarket Saturday morning ... more
A tractor trailer rig has reportedly rolled over on U.S. 64 east near Palo Flechado Pass, according to Taos Emergency Services dispatch. Information is sketchy at this time, but the truck apparently … more
From the annual Pancake Breakfast on Taos Plaza, provided free by Taos Mayor Dan Barrone and family, to parades, a rock concert and booming fireworks display, Taos celebrated Independence Day in a big way. more
A late winter snow storm had Taoseños retrieving the winter coats they thought they wouldn't need for a while. more
Song and drumming filled the morning as a local water activist finished his four-day action atop a 60-foot-tall drilling rig. Buck Johnston climbed up the machinery on U.S. 64 Thursday (March 14) … more
UPDATE: Although wind gusts of 60-70 mph buffeted Taos Ski Valley's uppermost chairlifts Saturday afternoon (Feb. 16), forcing their temporarily closure, Sunday (Feb. 17) is a different story. more
Internationally known modern art sculptor and Taos resident Peter Chinni, 90, has died. Chinni reportedly fell Monday evening (Feb. 4) while practicing the first rehearsal of the Taos Community Chorus for a planned series of performances ... more
U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Lujan (D-NM) meets with Don Peters of Not Forgotten Outreach in Taos, New Mexico Feb. 1, 2019 to discuss AmeriCorps and a proposed veteran ... more
The Taos Pueblo Tribal Council announced the names of 2019 tribal government officials Wednesday (Jan. 2). more
Taos has certainly had its share of dangerous winter weather. In February 2011, 30,000 homes across the state were suddenly without natural gas after a West Texas utility shut it down fearing … more
This week, we take a look back at some of the images that stole our hearts in 2018. These are photos that not only chronicle what happened and where but also show the people who made it all possible. more
A candlelight vigil for immigrant families and to remember 7-year-old Jaklin Caal Maquin was conducted Dec. 23, 2018 on Taos Plaza in Taos, New Mexico USA. more
The 36th annual Taos Mountain Balloon Rally is in the history books now, but while it was happening, fun was had, lots and lots of it. more
Early risers headed for work this morning were met by the sight of a thick heavy fog covering most of Taos Valley. more
An Angel Fire woman who was reported missing Friday evening (Sept. 14) was found dead over the weekend after her SUV crashed off of U.S. 64 East ...  more
A trio of bicyclists approach the stoplight at Taos Plaza before heading east along U.S. 64 on their way to completing the 2018 Enchanted Circle Century Bike Tour Sunday (Sept. 9). more
Damage to the Casa Benevides wall facing Kit Carson Road reveals the site of apparent first impact for a car that was reportedly traveling west at a high rate of speed toward Taos Plaza late Friday (Sept. 7). more
A male in his 60s hiking with his dog along Devisadero Trail east of Taos apparently had a serious cardiac episode sometime after noon Saturday (Aug. 18). more
Part of the annual Fiestas de Santiago y Santa Ana de Taos is a Children's Parade put on during the second day of the event. more
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