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Drivers in Taos could be seeing a change in the fines and penalties for driving infractions as the town council prepares to hear the proposed changes to the Uniform Traffic Ordinances.  more
Libertarian Gary Johnson was by far the most animated in the hourlong debate broadcast on KOAT-TV, turning what might have otherwise been a straightforward candidate forum into something far less predictable. more
Several gun control bills have sparked controversy in New Mexico this year. Below is a breakdown of those bills, what critics are saying about them and where they stood as of press time Wednesday … more
The Taos County Board of Commissioners will hold their public meeting Thursday (November 7) at 9 a.m. to hear presentations and select a replacement for the vacant District 6 senate seat.  Taos News will live stream the proceedings  at  https://www.facebook.com/taosnews/ . more
Questa school board member Ellis Garcia took his usual seat at an Oct. 30 board meeting, despite having been ordered to resign his position by the New Mexico attorney general due to Garcia's 1992 felony conviction for conspiracy to commit arson, which recently came to light. more
To hear him tell it, Hector Balderas has a lot to brag about. In his first, four-year term as New Mexico’s attorney general, Balderas has prosecuted corrupt politicians, murderers and … more
After a Thursday special meeting, the Río Arriba County Commission chose representative Roberto “Bobby” Gonzales as their choice for the New Mexico District 6 Senate seat.  more
The public has until Monday (April 15) to make their voices heard on a new rule being proposed by the Trump administration that would change which rivers and streams are protected under certain federal laws. more
The League of Women Voters of New Mexico is for the first time publishing separate voter guides for the 12 New Mexico counties with substantial Native American populations, including Taos. The League … more
The most contested 2019 race on the ballot for the village of Angel Fire is for the two council seats up for grabs for four-year terms in the village. The top two vote getters out of six candidates will fill the two seats. more
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