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Transformers exploded, trees smoldered and power to street lights, homes, businesses and even the phone lines at Taos Central Dispatch was lost Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 12) as rainy weather turned …

When it comes to persistent criticism of the Taos Council, with the possible exception of the late Bill Whaley, I’d put my record up against most any. So, it’s probably only fair that I commend the Council when they get it right. A current case in point offers that very opportunity.

Join the Harwood for a celebration of Norteño culture and tradition with a curated selection of custom lowriders on view in the Harwood Parking Lot from 4-7 p.m. this Saturday Sept. 25. This event is free of charge, and New Mexico residents enjoy free admission to the museum all day as well.

Gary Campbell came to Taos in 1973 on the coattails of the revolution, as he put it, and worked as a plumber for 48 years in some of the finest homes in town. But at the age of 68, he’s ready to retire and reflect on his half-century long career.

In 2019, Jay Levine says that 400-500 people attended the Electric Vehicle Expo. That was the last year that it was held. The 2020 event was cancelled due to COVID. This year, attendees will be required to provide proof of vaccination and wear masks. It will be on Saturday (Sept. 25) from noon to 4 p.m. at the Taos Public Library, 402 Cam De La Placita.