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New Mexico Department of Transportation is reporting severe driving conditions in the Eagle Nest area, where roads are snow-packed and icy with zero visibility due to blizzard conditions. Travel is discouraged. more
Update, 8:33 a.m.: 8th Judicial District Court Taos and Taos city offices are on a two- hour delay; see the full article for more updated closings. more
The Taos County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on a proposed Family Dollar store in El Prado. The proposed store is again generating controversy between supporters and those who think a Family Dollar Store doesn't belong in the location. more
The race for the two open town of Taos council seats is heating up after candidates met for a debate Feb. 6, hosted by Taos News, to discuss their plans for election.  more
While the new coronavirus originating out of China last year had not been reported in New Mexico as of Tuesday (Feb. 4), Holy Cross Medical Center is working with the New Mexico Department of Health to monitor the virus as it continues to spread across the globe. more
What you need to know about Narcan and how to administer it: more
Some call it street art. Others dignify it with “aerosol art.” Conservative types view it as the mischief of anarchists. But no one who visits Vagrant Heart Gallery is likely to forget it. more
Join Stray Hearts Animal Shelter with host, Stephen Plyler, for the shelter's biggest fundraiser of the year supported by Taos radio station KNCE, which will host the annual radiothon all day on Thursday (Feb. 13). "All donations go directly to the care of the animals," according to a statement from the shelter. more
Jet-lagged after having just returned from Haiti, Amber Elizabeth Gray knew she had a mere 48-hour turnaround before her Monday (Feb. 3) trip to Australia. Now was as good a time as any to start sorting through the parcels, sent to her from across the United States and filled with hand-sewn wallaby pouches and crocheted bird nests. more
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently awarded Holy Cross Medical Center a four-star rating for the hospital’s service to Medicare beneficiaries, marking a full-step improvement over the facility’s prior rating of three stars. more
Albuquerque National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologists are tracking a cold front surging into the Rio Grande Valley Sunday night (Feb. 9) that will combine with a passing disturbance to produce light amounts of snow over portions of western and central New Mexico tonight and Monday. more
Tiny Tim just can't catch a break. The tough, crippled kitty who was saved by some Dixon kids last autumn and later used a little wheelchair designed by students in the town to get around, has a new challenge. more
About 50 people came to the Kit Carson Electric Cooperative boardroom Thursday night (Feb. 6) to hear candidates for the town of Taos Council discuss issues affecting the Taos community.  more
February is off to a rousing start with plenty of art, literary and music events in the Taos scene to take in this week. Here are some highlights: more
Two bars on Paseo del Pueblo Sur in Taos were targeted by at least one burglar this week, one of them for the second time in a week. more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Jan. 29 through Feb. 3. Visit taosnews.com for a complete report. Jan. 29 5 a.m. Loitering, Cervantes Drive – A caller … more
After nearly three weeks of weather-related delays, a body spotted below the Río Grande Gorge Bridge has been recovered, and a crew of Taos County public safety workers has yet another costly, risky mission into the canyon under its belt. more
A Taos County Commission meeting on Tuesday (Feb. 4) meant to, in part, discuss the future of public funding for Holy Cross Medical Center, ultimately devolved into a shouting match over the hospital's administration that seemed to move commissioners further from an answer to one of the most critical financial questions they face. more
A two-week old baby boy reported missing out of Española Wednesday evening (Feb. 5) has been found safe, according to Española Police Department. more
The town of Taos Council could be in for a change of direction as four Taoseños go head-to-head in this year’s March 3 municipal election for two seats. The Taos News will host a forum and debate Thursday night (Feb. 6) for the upcoming town of Taos municipal election. more
On newsstands Thursday, this week’s print version of Taos News covers whiskey and rye, the race for town of Taos council seats, the fate of Vagrant Heart Gallery, and more. more
The fight is never over for local immigrant advocate group Sin Fronteras Nuevo Mexico.  Members of the group will be hosting a bake sale Friday (Feb. 7) to raise money for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy renewals and to continue supporting the efforts to help families at the border.  more
The AARP Foundation Tax Aide program is offering free income tax return preparation services at the Taos County Senior Citizen Center from now through April 14 at its new location at 200 Albright Street, just south of the county administration building. more
SPONSORED CONTENT: The University of New Mexico-Taos is offering an immersive educational experience with its new Study Abroad program available to students and to the community at large. more
Several area school systems have announced delays for today (Wednesday, Feb. 5) due to weather. more
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