Trees need help adjusting to weather changes

Paul Bryan JonesA dead native cherry tree in Taos shows the impact of prolonged drought.
Trees want our help. Watering is the most important element for the trees. Watering the trees at the drip line area adds moisture where the absorption roots are concentrated.

The Top 25 High School Athletes of Taos County

A section devoted exclusively to Taos County High School athletes.
June 6 10:22 a.m. Welfare check, Kit Carson Park – A caller said there were four men at the park who appeared to be "shotgunning" beers in the parking lot and throwing the beer cans on the ground.

Taos Police blotter

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from June 5-10. June 5 6:30 a.m. Psychiatric behavioral, Paseo del Pueblo Sur – A caller said her husband had been up all night …

Tell Congress--Reauthorize Violence Against Women Act

About one in four women will experience psychological, physical or sexual violence in her lifetime, often by an intimate partner and often witnessed by children. Transgender and people who identify …
Current PPC Solar team members from left, CEO Daniel Weinman, Matthew Duran, founder Micha Weinman, David Bates, Charlie McGarity, Andy O’Reilly, along with 27 additional full- and part-time staff members keep busy delivering solar power to homes and businesses all across Northern New Mexico.
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Current PPC Solar team members from left, CEO Daniel Weinman, Matthew Duran, founder Micha Weinman, David Bates, Charlie McGarity, Andy O’Reilly, along with 27 additional full- and part-time staff members keep busy delivering solar power to homes and businesses all across Northern New Mexico.
Local news

Public meetings this week: Taos schools budget, town historic preservation

The Taos Municipal Schools board will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday (June 18) at 6 p.m. at the Taos Municipal School administration building for a regular meeting. During the meeting the board will vote to …

Tempo Arts & Entertainment
Now showing in Taos: 'Men in Black: International'
The comedy-sci-fi concept behind Men in Black could probably go on forever if its creators had as much imagination as the special …
Reluctant nominee Gus Foster honored by arts council
A sold-out capacity greeted the Taos Arts Council's second annual gala Friday (June 7) at the newly repurposed Stakeout restaurant on …
Taos Star Guide
The full moon in Sagittarius on Monday (June e 17) opposes Gemini’s solar position. Sagittarius rules the planet Jupiter, so areas …
Secret life of Taos hippies
Those were the days: Life and Love in 1970s' New Mexico by Phaedra Greenwood and Jim Levy
Photo gallery: Up close with snakes and raptors
The Taos Youth and Family Center had some visitors over the weekend, but not the human kind. They were Harley, Patches and Soul -- a …
Murphey's WestFest returns to Red River
Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Last Bandeleros, RW Hampton, Robert Mirabal and more will appear during Michael Martin Murphey's American …
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Sports

Summer baseball begins in Taos

The Taos Baseball League had its first official game of the season Sunday (June 9). Both Taos teams, the Taos Blizzard and Taos Lightning were in blue, a …

Rio Grande Water Level

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Podcasts read by Larry Torres

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  • Grama is still mad con el Filimotas
  • Spamglish: Filimotas was weird porque se le cayó la mollera
  • En un tiempo, Grama Cuca fue una beautician
  • Canutito sells blanquillos para comprar Easter eggs
  • Canutito aprende a hacer un rain dance
  • Grama Cuca toma té milagroso in order to lose weight
  • Is the fish called 'el pez,' 'la pez' or 'lópez'?
  • La Mrs. Sandoval batalla con el Filimotas
  • Viviendo humildes doesn't mean living como marranos
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