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The novel coronavirus has started spreading faster among New Mexico's younger populations, creating concern among state leaders as they begin looking at how and when to reopen public schools in the … more
Updated May 17 at 11 a.m. Sergeant Jason Rael of the Taos County Sheriff's Office said in an update that one of the vehicles was driving southbound through the intersection when the other vehicle made a left turn in front of it. Two vehicles, … more
Last minute changes that limited Taos Farmers Market to drive-through only on the historic Taos Plaza didn’t deter shoppers anxious for opening day. They lined up in their vehicles at the … more
In order to minimize the potential spread of the novel coronavirus, shoppers in vehicles will be allowed to enter the drive-up line through the plaza entrance at Paseo del Pueblo Norte and Kit Carson Road … more
During a Friday (May 15) press conference, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham expanded occupancy rates for churches across the state.  As the Governor’s public health order moves to open … more
What makes for a good district judge and how should one be selected? Questions posed by Taos Democratic Party Chairman Darien Fernandez at a Zoom forum held Thursday night (May 14) for the four … more
May 6 - May 11DogsIntakes: 24In shelter:Adults, 34Puppies, 18Foster:Adults, 6Puppies, 6Adoptions: 10Return to owners: 7CatsIntakes: 22In shelter: 11Foster:Kittens, 30Cats, 9Adoptions: 3During the … more
More than 15 percent of New Mexico residents worry about having enough food to eat each year, including almost a quarter of the state's children. But experts at The … more
Many Taos County residents will find that their preferred polling location from elections past won't be an option for the June 2020 primary, and perhaps not even by the time the general election … more
Tests were administered to Taos Pueblo tribal members for the COVID-19 coronavirus Tuesday (May 12) at Taos Pueblo. The testing came after a Taos Pueblo tribal member was confirmed positive with the virus by the state. It was unknown whether the person was living on or off pueblo land when they contracted the virus. more
Town of Taos crews responded to a water leak on Garcia Lane Wednesday (May 13) and are continuing to make repairs.  Several customers and businesses from Garcia Lane to Taos Diner southside may … more
DreamTree, the nonprofit that provides job training, transitional housing and emergency shelter for homeless youth in Taos, is hosting a Facebook live event May 28 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. to celebrate … more
The Taos News and Tempo are asking that you videotape yourself doing what you do; draw a line, spin your wheel, throw paint, blow your horn, strum that guitar or banjo, make your voice or violin sing, slam that poem or read that story in progress. Post it to YouTube or TikTok and share the link with us! This is open to anyone in Taos County and the Enchanted Circle. more
Every New Mexican will be required to wear a face covering starting Saturday (May 16) when they are in public.  During a Wednesday (May 13) press conference, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced a new update to … more
Personal-use firewood permits won't go on sale to the public this year until June 1. But customers who have an emergency need for firewood - to heat their homes or use in cookstoves, for example - may be eligible for an emergency authorization to collect up to two cords of dead and down fuelwood before May 31. more
The state imposed fire restrictions Wednesday (May 13) on state lands due to high winds, warmer temperatures and dry conditions. Meanwhile, Taos County also implemented No Burn Days from Thursday (May 14) to Monday (May 18). more
The town of Taos council voted unanimously at a Tuesday (May 12) meeting to continue the existing emergency order and curfew during the current COVID-19 pandemic.  Following data from the … more
A man charged with attempting to shoot and kill his neighbor in Ranchos de Taos in April, one week after he was placed on supervised probation for an aggravated battery felony conviction, will be … more
The Taos County Democratic Party will host a forum via Zoom Thursday evening (May 14) for the four candidates running for Division II 8th Judicial District Judge. Incumbent Melissa Kennelly will … more
The town of Taos Council will meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday for a virtual meeting to discuss the possible extension of an existing emergency declaration in the town.  In March, the council passed an … more
Burning of weeds, pastures and debris piles is banned today (May 12) in Taos County, even with a permit, due to predicted high winds. Winds are predicted to be consistently 15-25 mph for most of the afternoon throughout most of the county, according to county Fire Marshal James Hampton. more
As coronavirus continues to spread across the country, many residents at Taos Living Center haven't seen their families in months. So this Mother's Day, Activities Director Tracy Ivy wanted to do … more
All offices and operations of the town of Taos will be closed for the week of May 11 for a deep cleaning of highly trafficked areas in town buildings.  As a response to the COVID-19 … more
Holy Cross Medical Center this week saw both a boon and a setback to its pandemic-related medical supplies as it received a shipment of 2,000 new N95 respirator masks over the weekend, but ran out of … more
Drivers are experienced delays on Highway 518 in Taos County after a dump truck overturned somewhere along the road that connects Peñaso and Ranchos de Taos in Taos County, according to … more
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