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New Mexico lawmakers will consider a bill to restore the death penalty, which was made illegal in the state nearly a decade ago. more
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Even though a lot of folks had a disposable rain poncho stuffed in their back pockets, the weather turned out perfect for a high energy concert by Dwight Yoakam, The Mavericks and The Last Bandoleros … more
Students have organized a national school walkout day April 20, the anniversary of the shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado in 1999, where two students opened fire killing 12 of other … more
The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of our country.  more
Every so often, teachers, counselors, bus drivers, lunch workers and principals at a school know when they have "the class," those students who, … more
For the second year, the Harwood Museum of Art is hosting its "Bash at The Blake."This fundraising gala and art auction takes place Saturday (June 23) at The Blake at Taos Ski … more
Driven, selfless and committed to her teams and coaches, Larissa Passino demonstrated a level of athletic supremacy and leadership that only comes along every generation or so. more
Construction is underway on a new senior center that will serve the busiest Taos County hub for older folks. more
Garum, a furiously funky sauce made from anchovies and other tiny fish fermented with salt, has been called both "the ketchup of the ancient world" and "the great-grandfather … more
While Facebook privacy lapses capture the most glaring headlines,  more insidious issues with digital technologies are at play. For example, the FBI issued a warning that home WI-FI routers … more
Between the end of November and mid-December of 1950, United Nations troops under the command of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, including those of the United States Marines' highly revered … more
We suspect that everyone is thrilled about the abundant snow we’ve received in November and December. For us, this ski season is shaping up to be one of the best ever for a lot of reasons, … more
"It really came down to family," Cordova said. Natalie Cordova, his wife, has taken the job of deputy State Auditor. more
Names: Sacred Sage, South Dakota Sage, man sage, Silver wormwood, Prairie sage. more
Taos' favorite fro-yo spot will see some new owners as Ziggy's Frozen Yogurt changes hands to the DreamTree Project.DreamTree, a local Taos nonprofit focused on serving … more
In Taos, you’ll find lots of women paddling white water. Many of the local rafting companies have female river rafting guides who add their skills and finesse to this adrenaline-filled world in … more
Marion Balsamo, 16-year-old Peñasco resident and student at Taos Academy, took home open class gold at the USASA National Championship Open Class Rail Jam on … more
The Peñasco Panthers brought eight athletes to the A-3A state track meet on Friday and Saturday (May 10-11), held at the University of New Mexico Track and … more
Stray Hearts Animal Shelter will host an adoption event at the shelter on Saturday (June 8) from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. more
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