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Students taking classes in Integrative Health and Medical Massage at The University of New Mexico-Taos are not only preparing themselves for a possible career in a healthcare field, but strengthening their own minds and bodies to overcome the challenges ahead with confidence and skill — whatever path they choose. more
Taos residents saw a seamless transition from one police chief to the next Saturday morning (Feb. 29) as longtime local detective John Wentz succeeded David Trujillo, who put in his final day as chief this week after a 20-year career. more
Voters in the town of Taos only have one more day for early voting in the 2020 municipal election. more
After serving his freshman session in the New Mexico House of Representatives for District 42, Dan Barrone said he has brought a wealth of new knowledge home to Taos about the inner workings of the state. more
During Tuesday’s (Feb. 25) Taos Town Council meeting, town officials continued their discussion surrounding the short-term rental ordinance currently being drafted. more
Taos community members are striving to create a network of bicycle routes to share with the public to make cycling easier and safer within the town. more
The former longtime manager of the U.S. Bank on Taos Plaza, who last year was accused of stealing more than $500,000 from account holders at her branch, pleaded guilty to one felony count of embezzlement on Tuesday (Feb. 25) in a plea deal that was almost cancelled at the last minute. more
Note: Originally scheduled for March 12, this event has moved to Friday, March 13, same time and location. more
In an interview with Taos News, former District 47 candidate Lyla June Johnston said her withdrawal on Sunday (Feb. 23) from her race against House Speaker Brian Egolf is unrelated to an open investigation of fraud and embezzlement that names her as one of the parties who may have been involved. more
The New Mexico House of Representatives this month approved legislation designating $528.2 million in capital outlay funds for projects in communities throughout the state, with $12.8 million earmarked for Taos County. more
When life gets us down, David and Meredith Vaughn are teaching community members to laugh it out. Laughter yoga is a rising trend that has made its way to Taos and the Vaughns have all their classes leaving in hysterics. more
A large crowd of Taos residents gathered to hear details about the Paseo del Pueblo project, due to start March 16th. the meeting started off with remarks by Paul Brasher, NMDOT District 5 … more
The Taos County Planning and Zoning Commission has denied a special use permit for a Family Dollar store in El Prado ... more
“No Small Matter,” billed as the first documentary to explore the most powerful and overlooked force for change in America today, will air at 5 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 27) at Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
Rose Vargas, the former manager at U.S. Bank on Taos Plaza, pleaded guilty to one felony count of embezzlement Tuesday (Feb. 25) as part of a plea deal with the 8th Judicial District Attorney's Office. more
At an appearance Sunday morning (Feb. 23) at the Unity of Taos church, the site of her former school, Lyla June Johnston announced she was folding up her campaign for the New Mexico House of Representatives District 47 seat in order to throw her support behind the youth-led movement for climate action change. Johnston also ended her campaign amid an investigation involving fraud and embezzlement alleged by her former campaign manager.  more
Animosity that has smoldered for months in the Peñasco school district erupted last week following an incident that involved superintendent Lisa Hamilton's 13-year-old son. more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting to let the Taos community know more details on the impending extensive construction on Paseo del Pueblo. more
Mardi Gras celebrations are just some of the entertainment and arts options awaiting Taoseños and visitors alike this week. Here are some highlights: more
At the turn of the 20th century, an old fort stood on a low hill near the river that curves through the west side of Arroyo Hondo and empties into the Río Grande. It had adobe walls 30-inches thick. more
After six months of sometimes contentious debate with representatives from Holy Cross Medical Center and county taxpayers, the Taos County Board of Commissioners has come up with a specific plan to determine the future of public funding for the county's only hospital. more
The Taos Regional Landfill Board has canceled its regular meeting Thursday (Feb. 20) due to a personal emergency for a member of the group tasked with completing a rate study for the recycling center. more
The Intergovernmental Council will meet for a Thursday (Feb. 20) regular meeting at which it will host a short-term rental workshop at the Taos County Commission chamber in the county complex on Albright Street. more
Taos community members gathered Tuesday (Feb. 18) to welcome the new Hotel Willa, on Paseo del Pueblo Sur. more
The national Chapter of Boy Scouts of America has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the wake of hundreds of court cases alleging sexual abuse, but local troops will continue as usual, according to the organization. The fate of the organization’s assets, including the popular Philmont Scout Ranch in northeastern New Mexico, remains a question. more
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