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Paid sick leave would no longer be a privilege but a right in New Mexico under a bill the state House of Representatives passed Sunday.

Private employers in New Mexico would be required to provide workers at least one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours they work, or 64 hours per year, under House Bill 20, which was narrowly approved in a 36-33 vote after a three-hour discussion and debate.

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Centinel Bank was founded in Taos in 1969 with a mission to serve the financial needs of our community. Through the years, they have remained focused on serving Taos County. Centinel Bank remains Taos’ only locally owned and operated community bank, working with customers to help them realize their financial dreams, whether opening a business or purchasing a home. They also nurture our community by donating time and money to important causes, and contributing tax dollars that help maintain local municipalities.

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Taos Municipal Schools Superintendent Lillian Torrez answers important questions about hybrid learning plans recently approved by the school board.

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The Taos Volunteer Fire Department responded to a call of a structure fire yesterday (Feb. 1) in El Prado. Around noon, they arrived at the home of Ramiro Quesada, and found flames coming out of the windows and the door, according to Fire Lieutenant Eddie Joe Abeyta.

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For Taos Ski Valley, having a plan that synergized COVID-19 screening (inquiring about possible COVID symptoms) and testing (confirming a COVI…

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Last Monday, as I stood in line at the checkout counter at Smith's, I started choking on a drop of saliva. I had to keep coughing and my breat…

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Rick Smith, 71, together with his wife Morris Witten, owns the Brodsky Bookshop, located at 226 Paseo del Pueblo Norte in Taos.

After 28 years of running the browsers' paradise, cramped with used and new books, he plans to close it and transition to all-online bookselling.

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The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Dec. 23 - 28. Visit taosnews.com for complete report.

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It looks like the new year may start a little brighter for some New Mexicans as the minimum wage increase goes into effect on January 1. The i…