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Of all the races in the Taos County primary, the one with an almost palpable tension was between the two candidates for Taos County clerk.  Valerie Rael-Montoya and Dolores Lujan have worked together for years in the clerk’s office. Rael-Montoya, who eventually won the race by 139 votes after the absent more
Appointed to the 8th Judicial District Attorney’s seat in 2019, Marcus J. Montoya was nonetheless worried Wednesday (June 3) about retaining his position. Montoya was ahead of his opponent, … more
Holy Cross Medical Center will host another forum on Facebook today (June 4) at 2 p.m. The livestream will feature Holy Cross CEO Bill Patten and other professionals on "Deciphering COVID-19 … more
Peñasco Independent Schools superintendent Lisa Hamilton dismissed Marina Lopez from her position as Peñasco High School and Middle School principal on Monday … more
As the town of Taos struggles to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, store owners and visitors in the John Dunn shops just off the historic Taos Plaza are largely without … more
After an arduous wait for anxious candidates, the primary results are in for  Taos County.  Elections staff finished tallying up more than 6,000 absentee ballots at about 10 p.m. … more
Walmart and Walgreens in Taos have closed their stores for the evening.  Both store parking lots were empty after reports on social media indicated customers saying the doors were … more
A judge in Taos District Court has approved a petition from the Taos County Clerk's Office to extend the deadline to count votes in the 2020 primary due to the extraordinary number of absentee … more
Workers in the Taos County Clerk’s office resumed counting absentee ballots at 8 a.m. Wednesday (June 3) and have still have no results on the 2020 primary election.  Taos County Clerk … more
Update: Tuesday (June 3) 5:30 a.m.  New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver said six counties, including Taos, still have final vote counts pending. The delays in counts across the state came becuse of the large nunber of absentee ballots. more
Six new patients who tested positive for the novel coronavirus late last month all live in Taos, and show a generational spread – from a child to a senior … more
It's primary election day. If you haven't sent in your absentee ballot, today is the day to vote the traditional way by going to a poll and casting your ballot in person.  Due to the coronavirus … more
Due to concerns over COVID-19, New Mexico voters are being encouraged to mail in requests for absentee ballots for the 2020 primary election.According to the New Mexico … more
A spike in new cases of the coronavirus reported on Friday (May 29) by Holy Cross Medical Center has been revised after a testing error was recognized at LabCorp, one of three facilities that has accepted thousands of samples from throughout the state since the pandemic began. more
The Chile Line Red, a North Central Regional Transit District "Blue Bus" route, will resume regular route and service times beginning Monday (June 8). The route provides fare-free service Monday … more
A residential home in lower Arroyo Hondo sustained minor damage from a fire Monday morning (June 1) apparently caused by embers from a wood stove. The house was unoccupied at the time.  more
Holy Cross Medical Center reported 13 new positive cases for COVID-19 in Taos County on Friday (May 29), by far the single largest surge in cases the area has seen since the pandemic reached New … more
They have a caring nature. Empathy and bravery come naturally to them. They are detailed, organized, adaptable, and have the mental and physical endurance of a professional athlete. They are nurses. In no other time in recent memory have nurses all over the world been more needed and appreciated than now. more
The town of Taos Council approved the 2020-21 interim budget with a nearly $2 million hole in the projected revenues for the general fund. The COVID-19 pandemic has whacked the town's annual budget and has left the council and staff scrambling for ways to shore up over $2 million in missing projected revenue from the previous year. more
New Mexico businesses can open in a limited capacity after several weeks of COVID-19 shutdown.  Since the end of March, restaurants, gyms, liquor stores and other businesses across the state were ordered to shut down to prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced that an amended  emergency health order would reopen more of the economy as the rate of the spread of COVID-19 decreases.   more
Taos firefighters are fighting a brush fire at a residence near La Hacienda de los Martinez, a historic Spanish dwelling located along Lower Ranchitos Road in Taos. The fire was reported … more
Two trucks collided at the intersection of Camino de la Merced and Paseo del Pueblo Sur Thursday afternoon (May 28), the site of multiple accidents over the years in Taos. First responders headed … more
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will provide an update to her emergency public health orders at 3 p.m. today (May 28). She will be joined remotely by other state official who will provide the … more
The Carson National Forest will begin selling fuelwood permits June 1. Although Carson National Forest offices are still closed in keeping with federal guidance and New Mexico public health orders, permits can be purchased over the phone. Permits will then be mailed directly to customers. more
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