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A little over one year ago, the coronavirus pandemic forced all of us to take to our homes, lock our doors, shut the windows, turn on Tiger King and get our inner breadmakers on. But now, the weather is starting to improve (recent storm aside), vaccines are getting into peoples' arms and Taoseños are ready to get back out there and resume some sort of a life.
Taoseños awoke to snowy, blustery conditions this Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14). Less snow fell than the predicted X inches, with Taos getting around X inches. The National Weather Service in Albuquerque warns of blizzard conditions continuing through 6 p.m. this evening, with additional snow accumulations up the three inches, and gusts of wind up to 55 miles per hour, potentially causing white-out conditions.
Locals had a fun time Saturday afternoon (Oct. 17) as they searched for clues in the first Scavenger Hunt, organized by "a small but growing social media business. We also run @TaosBusiness and @TaosCounty, and many other local business Instagram feeds/websites,” according to a message from the couple, which chooses to be anonymous for now.
A several hundred people rallied in front of the Taos County courthouse in support of President Donald Trump and local Republican leaders on Saturday (Oct. 10), attracting a group of protestors.
Among the supporters were Bikers for Trump and Cowboys for Trump who later hit the street on Harleys and horses in a parade around downtown Taos.
Taoseños joined a nationwide memorial of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Saturday evening (Sept. 19) outside of the Eighth Judicial District Court in Taos. Community members took turns speaking to the crowd of nearly 100, some paid tribute, others expressed calls to action.