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Collignon Roofing has been around since 1975. How did it come to be established? more
When John Johnston retired from a long career in business development, sales and marketing, he and his wife spent several years looking for the perfect place to relocate. Taos was their top choice. more
People are thinking about keeping warm with wood stoves. They help reduce the heating costs and after about two years, people find they will likely pay for themselves. more
Up until she was 88 in 2016, Velarde still helped with the enjarre/mudding of San Francisco de Asís Church in Ranchos de Taos. more
Since 1995 it has been owned and lovingly renovated by Chef René Mettler and his wife Kimberly Armstrong, owners of the highly popular Italian restaurant, Trading Post Café. more
Connoisseurs of a well-made drink and a comfortable setting look no further. The Lounge by Rolling Still Distillery takes its craft seriously and Taos has quickly noticed.  The Lounge is … more
Clad in a perfectly white, traditional chef’s coat and built to breathe black-and-white checkered pants, Executive Chef John Lamendola begins his day in the spotless kitchen at Old … more
Faith Powell’s future as a track star was initiated by a dog. A Pomeranian named Sugar, to be precise. The Taos News sat down with Powell to talk about her senior year, her life, the dog … more
On average, bulls weigh 700 pounds, are 8-feet-long from nose to tail and 5 feet at the shoulder. Only male elk have antlers. Females (cows) typically weigh 500 pounds, are 6.5-feet-long from nose to tail and 4.5 feet at the shoulder. more
An earthship is a passive solar house made of natural and recycled materials. Many of these sustainable homes dot the Taos area. more
It is not uncommon to see them along the Río Grande and the marshes, lakes, grasslands and streams of Northern New Mexico on the search for a meal. more
You’ll will have no trouble finding a restaurant to heat up your winter in the 2019 Taos Dining Out guide. From locally sourced meats at Sabroso and green chile rellenos from the Taos Inn to … more
This month’s Enchanted Homes “High Design” edition looks at high tech sustainable ski homes; the new Blake Residencies condos; offers tips for making your home holiday-friendly; and more. more
Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado have always had a steady stream of folk scholars across the ages. These scholars have acted as beacons and cultural consciences for the settlers in this … more
Art is everywhere in Taos. Most visitors want to know where to see all the art that everyone is always talking about. A few examples of artworks not to be missed and where to find them are listed … more
The common history of the biscochito begins in Spain, where they are apply known as mantecados — manteca means lard. Conquistadors brought the treat with them in the 16th century. more
Born in 1934, Killinger learned to ski in Germany on skis made of ash wood in the days before chair lifts. He remembers his father, who was an avid skier, coming home in 1942 on furlough from the German army and taking him skiing in the Bavarian mountains. more
The Taos High School head football coach lead the Tigers to the school's first football championship in 2018. His efforts on behalf of his team on and off the field earned him the nod as the 2019 Citizen of the Year. He was honored along with eight other Unsung Heroes on Wednesday (Oct. 9) at El Monte Sagrado in Taos. more
The Bent Lodge was empty and quiet as Dave Cordova was going down the halls replacing the electrical sockets. He began to reminisce about the lodge and its history, and with it the history of … more
The Historic Taos Inn, originally made up of several adobe homes surrounding a small plaza, dates from the 1800s. Dr. Thomas Paul Martin came to Taos in the 1890s as the first and only physician. He … more
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