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Attracting talent has become a pressing challenge for businesses of all types. Here in Taos Ski Valley, we expand our workforce to more than 800 seasonal and full-time workers each winter to help us deliver a world-class experience to guests who visit from around the globe. And despite our commitment to offering a living wage - not just a minimum wage - along with a robust lineup of benefits, lack of available and affordable housing is a top concern across all of Taos County, creating a reluctance for many to accept jobs in the region.

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Stray Hearts has made an exception to one of its policies and is allowing 8-year-old dog Zizy to stay at the shelter for the rest of her life.

After multiple attempts to adopt out the small red pitbull, it was quickly discovered that while Zizy was a favorite among humans, she did not get along well with other dogs, and eventually received a New Mexico dangerous dog license.

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A new act proposed by Senators Ben Ray Luján, D-N.M., and Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., would help close up orphaned wells across the county, potentially creating thousands of jobs in the process.

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Sometimes you hear a crack or a roar. More often the first sign is snow shifting around your feet. The snow starts in a slab and then breaks into blocks that knock you off your skis, careening down in a slide moving as fast as 60-80 mph. If you're lucky, you live through it, plastered with snow; if not, you're entombed, hurtled over a cliff, killed.

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Will 350% spike of ammonia at wastewater treatment plant affect a pollution plan for the Río Pueblo? 

A violations document filed by the federal government's Environment Protection Agency reported a more than 350 percent spike of ammonia, a form of nitrogen, at the Town of Taos Wastewater Treatment Plant in December. 

The spike may impact a valley-wide planning process to address the problem of too much nitrogen and phosphorus in the Río Pueblo.

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'Ontological design is the design discipline concerned with designing human experience. It does so by operation under one essential assumption: that by designing objects, spaces, tools and experiences, we are in fact designing the human being itself.' – Daniel Fraga, The Manifesto of Ontological Design, May 27, 2020.

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William "Buck" Johnston, a Llano Quemado man who climbed a water drilling rig in protest of the Abeyta water rights settlement in March 2019, was found guilty at a jury trial Tuesday (Sept. 8) of criminal trespassing and resisting arrest.

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The Trump administration has proposed relaxing regulations to make it easier for oil and gas companies to operate in national forests, including the five in New Mexico.

It's the latest effort by the administration to roll back environmental regulations for air, water and other natural resources, fulfilling a promise that President Donald Trump made upon taking office that he would reduce what he considered excessive curbs on industry.

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Last week families drove to Enos Garcia Elementary School to pick up student computer devices for remote learning.

Last week families drove to Enos Garcia Elementary School to pick up student computer devices for remote learning.

They sat in their cars completing a parent survey to help the elementary school staff understand what resources and supports parents and children need during these uncertain and challenging times. Survey questions focused on needed educational supports, creating learning spaces and routines in the home environment, requests for basic needs help, life challenges they are experiencing and communication needs from the school.