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An extended toast: To wishful thinking and quick healing.

Here's to a (soon, hopefully) return to normal and a timely return to long nights in the bleachers and braving the elements at the sport of your choosing. Same, too, for long lines at the concession stand, tailgates wherever you can find them and finding the perfect seat not too close to the student section.

Passed away unexpectedly on October 8, 2020. He was 34 years old. Stephen lived in Pinetop, Arizona where he has worked as a caregiver for the past five years.

It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden and unexpected passing of our beloved son, brother, and friend Braden Robert Black. Braden Robert died at home in Red River, NM on October 12, 2020.

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Age (68), a loving husband and father, born on July 2, 1951, in Taos, NM passed away in his Phoenix, Arizona home surrounded by his loved ones on Monday, June 29, 2020.

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In a photo from the film, ‘Spaceship Earth,’ the eight people who spent two years in a sealed replica of Earth’s ecosystem pose inside Biosphe…

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Among the youth culture émigrés who wound up in New Mexico during the late 1960s were a few who genuinely wanted to find a way to remake society and help heal the …

New Mexico State Police shared an amber alert Tuesday night (May 5) for missing Arizona teen Kaleb Smith, who is believed to be traveling on Interstate 40 through New Mexico with an older man.

A Dec. 27 article in The Arizona Republic  entitled “Megafarms and deeper wells are draining the water beneath rural Arizona – quietly, irreversibly” is relevant to future water availability in Taos. This study of more than 33,000 Arizona wells affects us due to the 11 deep-aquifer and other supply wells proposed in the controversial Abeyta Settlement.