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Taos Youth Hockey is gearing up for a comeback beginning in early November, giving young athletes the chance to train and compete in hockey this winter. The League is looking to recover from last year's "lost year" due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and win back athletes and volunteers to help keep hockey alive in Taos.

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Raul Cavaller is a mild mannered man with an easy smile and infectious mood. He is energetic (to say the least), and he instills that in his teams.

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The only bowling alley in town, Gutters, has been closed because of COVID-19 since Saint Patrick's Day - March 17, 2020.

Prior to that, the business was gaining momentum in the community with regular leagues, weekend specials and a family-friendly environment. Owner and 35 yearslong Taos resident Shelly Ratigan is a seasoned business woman and community builder with a longstanding Taos restaurant and northside gym on her résumé. Over the years, a number of Ratigan's gym clients expressed a desire to see a bowling alley. When Ratigan sold her gym, she built Gutters.

By Khaled KhweisAmid the chaos and uncertainty that COVID-19 brings to our world, my younger brother and I have been seeking more ways to keep ourselves occupied.One of our favorite distractions has …

Red River High Mountain Half-MarathonThe half-marathon and 5K race are just around the corner on Saturday (Aug. 3). If you aren't ready to tackle the 13.1 mile race that starts at 8,750 feet and …

Red River High Mountain Half-MarathonThe half-marathon and 5K race are just around the corner on Aug. 3. If you aren't ready to tackle the 13.1 mile race that starts at 8,750 feet and climbs to more …