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Age 77, passed away on February 14, 2021.   A resident of Llano Quemado, he is preceded in death by his parents Blas Sr. and Fedelina Chavez; In-laws Palemon and Ofelia Mondragon; brother Blas Chavez Jr.; brothers-in-law Lawrence Santistevan and Pat Sandoval; and sisters-in-law Ruby Chavez, Francis Chavez, and Christine Vargas.

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Now is the time for hiking in solitude and snowy silence at Wild Rivers, just north of Taos.

One of the less-traveled paths is the Pescado Trail that connects the Red River Fish Hatchery with the Wild Rivers Visitor Center. This trail gains about 800 feet over two miles and is considered a moderate trail in the summer months.

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As we enter the most important time of year for our community’s economy – winter sports season – it is critical that we all do our part and support local Taos businesses not only to stay open, but remain open for a longer time period to allow for and accommodate the tourism we typically see over the next few months. 

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The ski areas in Northern New Mexico are a perfect backdrop for a romantic holiday. Surrounded by the sweet alpine beauty of nature, it’s a fitting way to usher in 2021 after the doozy of a year 2020 has been. Modifications of tradition are the order of the day, and ski resorts in New Mexico are poised to follow guidelines to keep staff and visitors safe while still able to enjoy our famous powdery snow.

Passed away in Angel Fire on November 23, 2020 following a lengthy illness.  He was born on May 28, 1945 in Clayton, New Mexico, the tenth of thirteen siblings.

Passed away at his home on November 7, 2020.  Family and friends are deeply grieved and shocked by his sudden and unexpected passing from an aortic aneurism.

It is with deep sadness we report the passing of Scot Loomis, 73, of Taos after a long battle with cancer.

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Taos Ski Valley announced another restriction to the mountain today as they restricted their Taos Air operations. Beginning in 2018 Taos Air has provided flights from several regional areas in the southwest, offering flights from Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas, and Austin directly to the Taos Regional Airport.