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Halloween in Taos is a favorite holiday for many Taoseños, including the town of Taos Events Coordinator Judy Esquibel. She's been planning special events for Taos for close to 25 years and said …

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The Town of Taos, merchant community and Taos nonprofit organizations are hosting a COVID-19 safe free drive-through Grab and Go Halloween Event for children of all ages along Civic Plaza Drive this Sunday (Oct. 31) from 2-5 p.m.

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Get ready to clean off those reusable bags. The town of Taos is set to enact a single-use plastic ban beginning on Monday (Nov. 1).The ban, approved by the town council in March of 2020, was delayed …

I’ve lived here for decades and have rarely seen plastic bags in our environment. Given all the other plastic packaging and elements in everything we use, this new policy seems absurd.

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LETTER / For all the dog owners who think it's okay to leave their dog poop on the side of the hiking trails and paths, it's NOT. We don't want to look at dog poop every three steps...

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As a long time resident and walker of Cottam Road I have seen the increase of trash thrown from cars consistent with the increase of traffic. Those liquor minis, fast food bags, beer cans and bottles, cigarette packs and filters, used diapers and now masks. Need I go on!!

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As a longtime resident and walker of Cottam Road I have seen the increase of trash thrown from cars consistent with the increase of traffic. Those liquor minis, fast food bags, beer cans and bottles, cigarette packs and filters, used diapers and now masks. Need I go on!!

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If you were scared there would be no Halloween festivities in Taos, be frightened no more. The Town of Taos, downtown Taos merchants and other local businesses are hosting a free, drive through "Grab and Go" event from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m., or until the treats run out, on Saturday (Oct. 31) on Civic Plaza Drive. The first 2,500 children will receive a goodie bag packed by volunteers as they drive through with their families.

 

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The struggle has been real the last several months.

In what felt like an instant, our community shifted as if on a tectonic plate. Schools, shops, restaurants and galleries were shuttered along roadways devoid of traffic, tourists or any signs typical of our bustling community.