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Michelle Lujan Grisham has announced her choice to lead the state's Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department: Sarah Cottrell Propst.Cottrell Propst served as the deputy cabinet secretary of … more
There is plenty to do: New Mexico's children lag in almost every statistical category. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will see at least one empty seat when she looks out on lawmakers and delivers her State of the State address on Tuesday (Jan. 15). more
As the three-week-old partial federal government shutdown continued Saturday (Jan. 12), making it the longest one in United States history, businesses are stepping in to ease a little of the pain for … more
New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver spoke with Taos residents at the Taos County Democratic Party headquarters on January 6. more
Following the announcement she intends to retire from her post at Taos District Court at the end of February, The Taos News reached out to Judge Sarah Backus with a few questions about her … more
Voters will have slightly less than a month to fill out the ballot and return it to the Taos County Clerk's Office. Ballots must be received to the office by Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. more
Before Tuesday (Jan. 8), Taos County Commissioner Candyce O'Donnell was the only member of the five commissioners who had not served in a leadership position on the … more
New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver will discuss seven bills that could affect voting statewide at a presentation in Taos today (Jan. 6) from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30  p.m. at the Taos … more
The campaigning ended a couple of months ago, but Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham still seemed ready for a battle Tuesday as she gave her inaugural address. Speaking to about 1,200 supporters and … more
Michelle Lujan Grisham takes office as governor of New Mexico just after midnight on New Year's Day  Tuesday (Jan. 1) in Santa Fe. more
Gov.-elect Michelle Lujan Grisham on Dec. 21 picked the head of Albuquerque's film office to lead her administration's economic development agency when she takes over the state's top job Jan. 1. more
Gov.-elect Michelle Lujan Grisham named the first members of her Cabinet Friday (Dec. 14), tapping a doctor, a renewable energy advocate and a top budget official from Albuquerque... more
Democrats campaigned on raising New Mexico’s minimum wage. Now, after big wins in last month’s election, here’s the question: how high? Two lawmakers have filed separate bills … more
The Environmental Protection Agency intends to propose a new rule for protections of streams and wetlands that would leave out many in Taos County. more
Chavez, a former superintendent of the Santa Fe Indian School and three-time governor of Santo Domingo Pueblo, also known as Kewa Pueblo, was tapped to co-chair Lujan Grisham's committee on education and Indian affairs. more
The New Mexico governor's office does not come cheap. Gov.-elect Michelle Lujan Grisham's campaign spent more than $9.5 million on her successful bid for the state's highest office, … more
El Prado hardware store up for a vote (Tuesday morning) – The commission is going to pick up where it left off last week with a public hearing about a proposed El Prado hardware store, which … more
Michelle Lujan Grisham calls herself lucky. But talking to the governor-elect in the days after an overwhelming victory, you get the sense luck might not be the … more
ALBUQUERQUE: Gov.-elect Michelle Lujan Grisham launched her transition to power Wednesday sounding a lot like a woman who had just won a mandate.Hours after winning more votes than any gubernatorial … more
Offering a largely moderate message of enhanced investment in public education and an emphasis on clean energy production, Lujan Grisham, a 59-year-old Los Alamos native with varied experience as a state Cabinet secretary, made good on a nearly two-year campaign to... more
"New Mexicans sent a message they want a workhorse, not a show horse," Heinrich told reporters. more
Democrat Stephanie Garcia Richard shattered the glass ceiling Tuesday (Nov. 6) by becoming the first woman in New Mexico elected to serve as state land … more
The state GOP on Tuesday night (Nov. 6) experienced losses that even the most pessimistic Republican couldn't have figured on. more
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