Local news
2399 results total, viewing 1 - 25
A bull that had gotten loose on the south end of Taos has been put down due to the danger it posed to the public, according to officials … more
Avg rating 3.0
A hearing to determine the fate of the 2018 Taos Mayoral election was dismissed as Honorable Judge David Thomson denied a petition for an issuance of Writ of Mandamus against Town Clerk Renee … more
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
Avg rating 4.0
The former home of late Taos photographer-artist Chuck Henningsen is on fire Monday morning (April 2). The fire which appears to favor the structure’s west side is being battled by Taos Volunteer Fire Department firefighters. more
Clark Funk, a lifelong resident of Taos and prominent figure in the local arts community, has died.   As the chief of the Taos Volunteer Fire Department for many years, he spearheaded … more
UPDATED 4:30 p.m. 4/20/2018: Taos officials say the towns water tanks are full due to the help of area mutual domestic water systems and residents will still have water over the weekend. Crews and parts to replace a failed water pump are currently en route and the town hopes to have the situation resolved by Monday (April 23) afternoon. Water restrictions, though, are still in effect. more
About 25 people gathered at the Angel Fire Community Center Thursday evening (April 5) to meet with top leadership of Kit Carson Electric Cooperative and talk about one concern they all share: … more
TFFF has released its summary of charitable activity for calendar year 2017.The organization helped 408 cats in total during 2017, the second highest total in the charity's 14-year history."Cats … more
The question of why a Las Vegas man allegedly broke into a Taos community bank on Thursday (April 19) with no apparent motive could be explained by a seizure that nearly killed him last year, … more
Adding to the list of homegrown products popping up in the town of Taos, Rolling Still Bros. distillery will soon be delivering the kick in local … more
Avg rating 5.0
The tale of two houses continues as both mayoral candidates have had their officially listed residences questioned by community members even as election … more
In 1989, The Taos News asked residents to predict what Taos would be like 20 years into the future. Nearly three decades later, we asked them how it all turned out-- and what they now hope for in the years to come. more
During a special workshop meeting Monday (March 19), the Town of Taos Council voted to appoint Rick Bellis as the town manager. Councilors Nathaniel Evans and George ‘Fritz’ Hahn voted … more
The New Mexico Supreme Court this week reversed the dismissal of two indictments connected to the 2013 armed robbery of Kit Carson Electric Cooperative in Taos, holding that a former Taos District … more
When Taos Police made two arrests and recovered more than a dozen firearms matching a list of weapons stolen from a Taos gun store last spring, officers thought they had given the 8th Judicial … more
Taos County voters have some big, important decisions ahead in the June 5 primary. They’ll be choosing three county commissioners, a sheriff, two magistrate court judges and an … more
Avg rating 5.0
The number of New Mexico families struggling to put food on the table rose significantly in 2017 from a year earlier, says a new report on the wellness of women and … more
Donna Motsinger was shopping at Smith's grocery store in Taos on Thursday (April 26) when she got the call she said put to rest decades of fear, shame and frustration she and so many other women had … more
Behind a construction fence and red gate, the Hotel Don Fernando de Taos waits for its doors to be opened once again.After several months of renovation and … more
A Taos High School student was detained by police Monday (Feb. 26) at the school after allegedly making a threat to "shoot up the school," according to Taos Police Chief David Trujillo. The … more
In a community like Carson where plenty of people don't know their addresses or don't have one, change hasn't come quick. When two climbers from Colorado proposed a campground that could double the population, the community organized. Now everyone is trying to figure out their next move. more
"In this case, a vote to abstain is a 'no' vote," declared Mayor Dan Barrone during a March 19 vote on appointing Rick Bellis as town of Taos manager. "That's the way I'm going to move today. I do … more
Hearing about the government of Atlanta, Georgia grinding to a halt recently because of an attack on its computer system is the kind of thing that … more
Work has been stalled for the installation of new town water pumps, prompting some issues in clearing the recent water crisis. Town pumps in wells No. 4 and 5 are still down due mechanical issues … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 96 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 730 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

Private mode detected!

In order to read our site, please exit private/incognito mode or log in to continue.