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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
The town of Taos is experiencing a widespread water outage that occurred Thursday (May 7) just before noon.  According to a town press release, a contractor working near Albertsons hit a main … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has issued orders for essential and nonessential businesses as the state begins to loosen restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus.  The following … more
The novel coronavirus has mutated into a new strain that is more contagious than the earlier virus from Wuhan, China, according to research led by Los Alamos National Laboratory. more
Taos florist Marge Perry wasted no time when state officials allowed nonessential businesses to open up for curbside and delivery service.At Enchanted Florists, on … more
Taos County Fire Marshal James Hampton has declared Friday (May 8) a No Burn Day.  Due to predicted high winds and low humidity, fires will not be permitted Friday in Taos … more
Another year has passed and Holly White's disappearance in May 2016 remains one of Taos County's most vexing unsolved mysteries … more
The Taos Farmers Market has set its opening day for May 16.  Taos Plaza will return to a somewhat normal summer Saturday as the Taos Farmers Market announced it would open up the season … more
Why is this coronavirus called novel? This virus is called SARS-CoV-2. It is different from other coronaviruses and scientists are still learning about it.What does it cause? A disease known as … more
A property owner conducting a burn in an irrigation ditch near Amalia thought the fire was safely out Saturday (May 2), but wind reignited embers a few hours later … more
A Democratic political newcomer is trying to unseat one of New Mexico's senior lawmakers in the June primary for the Senate District 8 seat. The district encompasses … more
All payments to the Taos County Treasurer’s office must be made no later than Sunday (May 10.)  After conversation with the state of New Mexico, Taos County Treasurer Susan Trujillo is … more
New Mexico State Police shared an amber alert Tuesday night (May 5) for missing Arizona teen Kaleb Smith, who is believed to be traveling on Interstate 40 through New Mexico with an older man. more
Eighth Judicial District Attorney Marcus Montoya and Paul Sanchez, Montoya's only challenger in the 2020 election, emerged as two very different candidates Monday night (May 4). more
Temperatures at the bottom of the gorge dropped to as low as 28 degrees, Hogrefe estimated, as Miera and Graves built a fire and provided the injured man with blankets to stay warm … more
The New Mexico State Fire Marshall's Office is investigating a fire that destroyed a trailer in El Prado early Tuesday morning (May 5). Taos Fire Chief Eddie Joe Abeyta said the fire was reported … more
Taos County Commissioners agreed to cancel their regular meeting Tuesday (May 5) due to technical difficulties.  Tuesday’s regular meeting was postponed nearly an hour due to issues … more
A Peñasco man was charged with possession of a controlled substance this week after a Taos County Sheriff's Sergeant who stopped him for driving with a broken windshield found heroin, … more
In an effort to keep Taos County communities connected, Kit Carson Electric Cooperative has been installing free internet hotspots in public places.  Three of the hotspots have recently been … more
The Archdiocese of Santa Fe has filed a complaint against the U.S. Small Business Administration, saying the federal agency is illegally blocking it from … more
The two candidates for 8th Judicial District Attorney will go head to head Monday evening (May 4) at 7 p.m. in a Zoom forum hosted by the Taos County Democratic Party.   To register and … more
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