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Alyson Hyder came to Taos from New Zealand in November of 2002 and has been here ever since.
For the first five years after moving to Northern New Mexico, she ran Cottam's hotel in Taos Ski Valley until the 4th of July in 2007, when she was hired as the executive director of the Village of Taos Ski Valley's Chamber of Commerce.
She stayed at the chamber for six years until leaving to work for Taos.org (Market Taos). She was instrumental in the recent push for Taos tourism's current focus, having played a key role in choosing content for the website. Since leaving that position, Hyder has managed the Austing Haus Hotel on State Road 150, the highway to Taos Ski Valley, Inc.
Hearing she had recently and discreetly, opened a food cart in TSV, we checked in with her to find out what she was up to now.
On Wednesday (Sept. 24), the Taos Municipal School Board voted unanimously to extend remote learning through the end of the first semester.
The school board meeting, conducted via Zoom, had to be stopped and later resumed after it was hacked by a group of people, who spat profanities at board members and displayed pornographic images on the screen.
This was definitely not your mom's or dad's high school career fair - if they even had such things back then.
"What the hell happened here?" exclaimed the Grand Inquisitor Luis de Aliaga, exasperatedly. Sister María of Ágreda had changed herself into a mist and disappeared from his clutches. "I am certain that that witch-nun has already flown through the air far away from this place. That wretched enchantress must already be flying in her magic tin washtub, talking to evil spirits and to her ghostly animal totems."
The New Mexico Department of Health is investigating eight suspected cases of severe electronic cigarette- or "vaping"-associated lung disease among residents from Santa Fe, Los …