Survey finds most New Mexicans know someone addicted to opioids

A majority of New Mexicans surveyed recently report knowing someone who is or has been addicted to opioids, according to the New Mexico Department of Health.Of 1,607 New Mexicans surveyed by …
Climate change is causing more frequent drought, warmer night time temperatures even in winter and other impacts that will affect plants, wildlife and humans.
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Celebrating Earth, tackling climate change

Monday, (April 22), is Earth Day. This will be the 49th year people around the world celebrate the planet on this day. As climate change takes hold and humans begin to see the impacts in drought, …
Taoseños gathered outside the TCA during Pecha Kucha to witness the rare Super Blood Moon in 2018.

Meetings this week: Ben Ray at Tiwa Kitchen, expanded liquor license at TCA

A round up of some of the public meetings and gatherings this week in the Taos Valley and Enchanted Circle.

Taos Police blotter

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from April 10-15. April 10 7:38 a.m. Graffiti, Fred Baca Park – A caller found different kinds of spray paint cans in the …
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Success Story: Phoenix Mechanical

At Phoenix Mechanical, there is a long tradition of caring for the customer.
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Meetings this week: Ben Ray at Tiwa Kitchen, expanded liquor license at TCA

A round up of some of the public meetings and gatherings this week in the Taos Valley and Enchanted Circle.

Tempo Arts & Entertainment
Roll up your sleeves for Earth Day in Questa
On Monday (April 22), celebrate Earth Day in Questa with a volunteer work day to install a new irrigation system for trees and …
Four poets muse about nature at SOMOS
In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS) continues its monthlong series with an Earth …
Now showing in Taos: 'The Curse of La Llorona'
It's no joke. A lot people still believe in La Llorona, the wailing woman said to haunt the streams and acequias searching for the …
Bob Schneider brings 'Blood and Bones' to Taos
Bob Schneider has won more Austin Music Awards than any other musician. To date, he has won 59, including Best Songwriter, Best …
Heritage Fine Arts opens with 'Gratitude'
There's a new kid on the block, albeit an art lover and rather famous music writer and producer who's been in and around Taos for …
Star Guide
The full moon in Libra on Friday (April 19) exalts a realization for harmony, fairness and equality in all areas of one’s personal …
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Taos Track: Big schools, fast times

The Taos Track team traveled to the Rio Rancho Invitational on Saturday (April 13). The Tigers were only one of four 4A schools at the meet, which also included Los …

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Photo gallery: Questa's Cutthroat Festival in Cerro

Rio Grande cutthroat trout acclimatise inside an oxygen-infused bag of water Friday (March 29) before volunteers release them into the Río Grande during Questa's Cutthroat Festival in Cerro. The native New Mexican cutthroat trout was designated the official state fish in 1955.
Community volunteers helped the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish relocate 10,000 Rio Grande cutthroat trout to the upper box of the Río Grande Basin on Friday (March 29.)
Podcasts read by Larry Torres

  • 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
  • Canutito decides: 'Qué será, será.'
  • Grampo probably ate como un marrano bien hecho
  • Canutito learns about el amor milagroso de Amelia
  • Canutito learns cómo lamber las postage stamps
  • San Blás becomes Canutito's new best friend
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