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Hundreds of Taoseños came out to pray, drink and dance for Fiestas de Taos on Friday (July 23), continuing the more than 100-year-old tradition despite limitations forced upon the beloved event by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Packing the typically three-day festival into a single night was the only way organizers could host the celebration -- a move that was made possible after the governor lifted the pandemic restrictions July 1.

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I would just like to thank you Michael Tashji for the absolutely beautiful article you did on Julie's celebration of life. It meant a lot to me, and the community that loved her, to see such thought and care put into your publication.

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Dozens of decorated vehicles passing through the village of Taos Pueblo on Saturday (June 19) were greeted by cheering community members at each corner. Organized by the Taos Pueblo Education and Training Division, the drive-by celebration honored the achievements of 41 college, high school and eighth grade graduates. Taos Pueblo Governor Clyde Romero Sr. welcomed the crowd and congratulated graduates, followed by an invocation from War Chief Fred Romero and speeches from Tribal Secretary Dwayne Lefthand Jr. and Lt. War Chief Steven Archuleta. 

Went to Heaven on Saturday, May 8, 2021 in Albuquerque, NM. Mickie is preceded in death by her father Augustine, mother Tina G., brother Bobbie, nephew Darryl, and niece Vanessa. She is survived by her husband Paul Jaramillo;

Age 67, a resident of Carson, passed away due to natural causes on March 11, 2021. Bob was a well known woodturner and furniture maker for most of his life. Some of his pieces can be found in national museums and in the hands of collectors of such work.

Age 83, succumbed to COPD after a long illness on Sunday, February 28, 2020. Born Jane Mary Weronke in 1937 and raised in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, she received a BA from Alverno College in 1959 and married William A. Mingenbach (d.2012) in 1960.