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By early 2021, Kit Carson Electrical Cooperative (KCEC) will complete the installation of a 15 megawatt solar array near the airport, reaching its goal of 100 percent daytime solar. This is a huge milestone: 100 percent of our daytime electrical needs will be solar-generated on a sunny midsummer day. In effect, about 42 percent of our annual load will be renewable energy – mere shouting distance from the 50 percent goal mandated for 2030 by the New Mexico Energy Transition Act. Kudos to Kit Carson and CEO Luis Reyes!

The vibrant spray-painted murals on the Reuse Center in Chamisal were in stark contrast to the heavy mood inside on Feb. 27. A local young person had died of an opioid overdose the day before and the news seemed to hang in the air, adding gloom to the racks of sweaters, T-shirts, scarves and household goods.

This week the weather is predicted to give locals a taste of cooler temps, but that doesn't mean there's any stop to a wide variety of arts and entertainment happenings going on in and around Taos ...

Even though this weekend marks the end of the Taos Fall Arts Festival for 2019, there's still a lot of arts and entertainment happenings going on all over Taos ...

The public is invited to the groundbreaking ceremony for a solar array groundbreaking Friday, (Sept. 13), 10 a.m.  on the Northern New Mexico College campus in El Rito. The project is a …

September is a busy month for locals and visitors with such a wide variety of music, art and more filling our calendars. Here's a brief rundown ...

For The Taos NewsThough the building at 123 Cruz Alta Road, which once contained the Taos Clinic for Youth and Children, may appear nondescript and vacant, it is currently home to the humanitarian aspirations of youth minister Jill Cline and the teens she works with.

This week, Tempo magazine is full of music news for the summer months, but that's not all. Here's a rundown of some the other events happening in and around Taos to keep you intrigued and entertained.