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Each July 4, the Taos Quilt and Needlecraft Guild honors local military veterans in Taos with Quilts of Valor.

Last summer, the guild invited 12 veterans and their families to the Mayor’s Pancake Breakfast on the Taos Plaza to each be wrapped in Quilts of Valor made specially for them.

This year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, the quilts were taken individually to each veteran’s home.  

Air Force Major (Ret.) Jose Tobias (Toby) Romero died in the Lord on February 10, a couple of months shy of his 86th birthday. After a heart-related illness lasting several years, he passed away at his residence in Tucson where he lived for the past 18 years.

Career military man James Sanchez splits his time between Taos and Beverly, Kansas.Sanchez began his life in Albuquerque as the son of retired architect and …

U.S. Army Maj. Paul M. Garcia, a Taos native, will retire on Sept. 1, after 24 years and nine months of total military service. Garcia entered active duty in 1994, as a private, 63Y Tracked Vehicle …

A native of Questa, Col. Louis E. Herrera was promoted earlier this year to the position of colonel with the Army National Guard. He was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers on Feb. 17, 1984, at Fort Benning, Georgia's OCS program.

Gov. Susana Martinez announced that Brig. Gen. Ken Nava will serve as adjutant general for the New Mexico National Guard.Nava replaces Brig. Gen. Andrew Salas, who will move on to a new assignment with the U.S. Air Force."Gen. Nava is an experienced …

ROSWELL – One hot day in early July 1947, rancher William "Mac" Brazel told Lincoln County Sheriff George Wilcox that he had found strange debris from some sort of aircraft crash at a remote …