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The Taos County All Stars more
District 5-2A MVP — in both volleyball and basketball. First Team All-State — in both sports, that is. And make that three years in a row for basketball.  more
Noah Armijo, a senior at Taos High School, and the Taos News’ Male Athlete of the Year, has been handling the pandemic like a lot of other sports fans across the globe — by watching “The Last Dance.”  more
The history of the nursing pinning ceremony harkens back to the 12th century when the Knights Hospitaliers, who cared for sick and injured crusaders, wore a large Maltese cross to identify them as care providers. more
Student Jeffrey Oxford (general studies) experienced many firsts during his time at University of New Mexico-Taos. He is a first-generation student — the first one in his family to graduate with a college degree. Canadian by birth, Oxford was also the first international student to begin and complete his degree at UNM-Taos. more
UNM Letter from Julia Shang, Student Government Association President more
Congratulations to the UNM-Taos 2020 graduates! You did it! You completed your spring semester courses under unconventional circumstances, and you fulfilled the requirements needed to earn your certificate or diploma from the University of New Mexico-Taos. more
Congratulations to the UNM-Taos 2020 graduates! You did it! You completed your spring semester courses under unconventional circumstances, and you fulfilled the requirements needed to earn your certificate or diploma from the University of New Mexico-Taos. more
Class of 2020: Taos High School Photo Gallery more
Class of 2020: Moreno Valley Photo Gallery more
With 16 graduates this year, Vista Grande High School, at 213 Paseo del Cañón East in Taos, was holding out for a real-life graduation until the governor’s recent cautious mandates (May 15) about continuing social distancing. Instead the school hosted a drive-by graduation Friday (May 22) at the school. more
With 16 graduates this year, Vista Grande High School, at 213 Paseo del Cañón East in Taos, was holding out for a real-life graduation until the governor’s recent cautious mandates (May 15) about continuing social distancing. Instead the school hosted a drive-by graduation Friday (May 22) at the school. more
Isabelle Rael prioritizes family, community service and excellence more
Julianna Sandoval Class of 2020 Salutatorian: ready and poised for success more
Academics, athletics, animals: Peñasco High School senior Ariana MacAuley has them all covered – in spades. more
Real estate professional Dawn Grainger brings a uniquely Taos-centric perspective to her job. We asked her about life, work and quarantine. more
In honoring the 20th year of the publication “Enchanted Homes,” we have been visiting the many ways in which the community looks different between “then and now.” And perhaps the most significant changes have come in the way we look at and utilize our land. more
For it's 20th Anniversary, Enchanted Homes magazine revisits 10 of the magical homes that have graced it's pages over the years, with an introduction by managing editor Paul Gutches. more
Sensible luxury best describes the sun-drenched authentic adobe condominium on leafy Dolan Street in the heart of Taos.  With a Southwest aesthetic extending from solid pine doors in and out, turquoise-blue window frames and the soaring tongue-and-groove vigas cradling the vaulted ceilings, this exceptionally maintained two bedroom, two bath abode lends itself to a pedestrian lifestyle perfect for those wishing to downsize.  more
The Adobe Casita at Cañon wasn’t on the market, according to Pavel Lukes of Dreamcatcher Real Estate Co. Yet he was fielding multiple offers to buy the property. The original purchase and current sale of this home and its owner, author Glenn Aparcio Parry, is one to which many who purchase property in Northern New Mexico can relate. Some call it déjà vu, others call it serendipity. Although the casita at 585 Baca Lane is under contract, Parry agreed to share his bittersweet story of letting go of the creative place he had at one time called home. more
6 ways to spruce up a small space with Max Jones more
By early 2021, Kit Carson Electrical Cooperative (KCEC) will complete the installation of a 15 megawatt solar array near the airport, reaching its goal of 100 percent daytime solar. This is a huge milestone: 100 percent of our daytime electrical needs will be solar-generated on a sunny midsummer day. In effect, about 42 percent of our annual load will be renewable energy – mere shouting distance from the 50 percent goal mandated for 2030 by the New Mexico Energy Transition Act. Kudos to Kit Carson and CEO Luis Reyes! more
Tom Dixon is one of Taos’ best kept secrets, but not for much longer. An incredibly disciplined painter, totally committed to his process as an artist. After studying at the Art Institute in Chicago he came here and began to work. He has lived and worked in the same place now for three decades, and when Larry Bell was asked to recommend artists whose studios we should visit and cover for this year’s edition of the Gallery Guide, Tom Dixon was at the top of his list. more
To some it may seem inexplicable why Taos--a tiny town nestled in New Mexico’s high mountain desert--became the vortex for an American art movement of such national and international significance over the course of a century.  But to Davison Koenig, the Couse-Sharp Historic Site executive director and curator, it’s perfectly understandable. more
Izumi Yokoyama and Theresa Gray belong to the continuum of artists who have followed the call to come to the High Desert since Bert Phillips and Ernest Blumenschein’s wagon wheel broke, stranding the two young East Coast artists in Taos. That was a century ago, and the stream of artists that arrive in Taos and stay, remains steady. more
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