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More than one Taos County man has allegedly been killed by a female partner over the past year, which has brought up the less talked about subject of domestic violence against men. We honor the family that had the courage and strength to hold a remembrance event for one of those victims at Taos Plaza, and to raise awareness of male victims of this form of violence.

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New Mexico State Police are asking for the public’s help in locating Taos resident Benjamin C. Damon, 38. Damon was last seen on Sept. 12 at the Joy Junction Homeless Shelter in Albuquerque, and his last contact with family members was on Sept. 16.

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The Taos County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating Peñasco resident Uvaldo V. Lopez Jr. Lopez’s truck was located in the Llano San Juan Mountain Range in Peñasco on August 22.

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More vulnerable to SARS-CoV-2 and increasingly isolated by the pandemic, elders in communities across the globe have had a particularly rough go of it over the past year-and-a-half, making the services provided by local senior-support organizations like Taos Elders and Neighbors Together (TENT) take on a renewed importance.

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This week Interior Secretary Deb Haaland met with Tribal leaders, elected officials, and ordinary citizens in New Mexico to talk about priorities for the agency as it tries to restore balance to public lands management and help communities adapt to a clean energy future. It's so refreshing to see the agency reach out to hear from the people who live, work and recreate on these lands.

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Gustavo Sarazua, co-owner of the Azteca Mexican Grill at 122 Doña Luz Street in Taos, had just opened his new restaurant in March 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic struck. All the planning and preparation for the new business, which he owned with his brother Nicolas Sarazua, would have to be put on hold.

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Aside from frontline workers like health care professionals, law enforcement, EMS and grocery store clerks, no other group of people have as much to grapple with in the age of COVID as educators.

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The Luna Fire – and the crews fighting it – got some much needed relief from several inches of snow that blanketed the area Monday night (Oct. 26). The fire still remains 27 percent contained, and has not increased in size.