• Updated

In this dark time of shorter days and big pandemic struggles, it is good to remember there is still much for which to be grateful.

  • Updated

Rebecca "Becky" Lovato was a Taos mother in her late 20s and teacher at Taos High School when World War II began. She was married to three-ter…

  • Updated

There is no vaccine for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.But there is one for the flu. People should get the flu vaccine and do so soon. F…

  • Updated

Taos County is full of creative people. In the age of a novel coronavirus pandemic, that creativity has come to the fore, not just in new ways…

  • Updated

This week marks the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote - the 19th Amendment of the United States Constitution.

  • Updated

A Taos parent this week launched an online petition asking New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to allow kids to resume outdoor sports practice.

  • Updated

It’s been half a dozen years since the Taos News editorialized about renaming Kit Carson Memorial Park.It’s been half a dozen years since the …

The 2020 primary election is Tuesday (June 2).A pandemic has made campaigning and election preparations a lot different than in the past.Healt…

 

If you're interested in submitting a Letter to the Editor, click here.

 
 
 
 

One of the great aspects of the 2020 election is how many women are running for office at the local, state and congressional levels. Women are…

One of the great aspects of the 2020 election is how many women are running for office at the local, state and congressional levels. Women are…

While so much of the news, including in this newspaper, has needed to focus on coronavirus, there is still plenty to celebrate.

While so much of the news, including in this newspaper, has needed to focus on coronavirus, there is still plenty to celebrate.

Benjie Apodaca developed a culinary program at Taos High School, step by step over 15 years. Apodaca died unexpectedly last year, but it is a …

 
 
Click below to support our sponsors