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COVID’s impact continues to be felt, but some things are getting back on track, like the Town of Taos plans to refurbish and improve the three public parks within its limits, all of which have fallen into disrepair over the last year-and-a-half: Kit Carson Park, Eco-Park and Fred Baca Park.

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The THS Tigers boys and girls tennis teams took to the court May 30 to begin their long-awaited 2021 season. The teams wasted no time in their march to the top of District 4A. The boys had a decisive victory over Española Valley on April 30 (their opening match) and followed it up with a wholloping of the Moriarty Pintos.

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The New Mexico Activities Association board of directors has given NMAA Executive Director Sally Marquez the authority to discipline coaches, players and schools who violate the association's and the New Mexico Department of Health's COVID-19 protocols.

The board held a special meeting Monday morning (April 19) to discuss the issue, unanimously approving a motion that grants Marquez the power to get tough when the situation calls for it.

Starting immediately, she can sanction violators with suspensions, forfeitures, fines or postseason bans.

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Ted Wiard, a former Taos tennis coach and avid player of the sport, stepped onto a court this summer for the first time in 24 years.

He was more than a little nervous. 

“First it was super awkward.

I was afraid I was going to fall on my butt,” Wiard said. “But really my fear was, I was waiting for a phone call. I worried if I picked up the racket, someone was going to die.”

For one of the first times all season, the Taos Tennis team was able to play under clear blue skies with warm temperatures while hosting the district individual …

By Sheila Millersports@taosnews.comTaosBaseballThe Tigers are 4-2 in the district after winning 7-1 in Española Valley on Tuesday (April 16). They played on the road in Pojoaque Valley at 4 p.m. …