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What does it look like as snow, ice, hurricanes, wildfire and drought move across Earth? more
Dear Dr. Ted: I work for a company where there were some changes that happened, and my colleagues and I became very fearful, which led to anger and people being mean to one another with blame and discontent. I was surprised how fearful I became even though I knew I still had a job and it would be OK in the long run. Why does fear become so prominent when there is a change even if the change may be for the good? more
Family Dollar in El Prado would be the fourth of its kind within a few miles. I was shocked to learn in the Taos News that Don Rumsfeld spoke out and said no to the store. Seems to me he tried at one time to make the whole earth look like aisle six and aisle four of this same chain store. When it came to a new one near his land in Taos, he was moved to speak. And, no one threw a shoe. more
Voters in the town of Taos only have one more day for early voting in the 2020 municipal election. more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Feb. 19-24: more
After serving his freshman session in the New Mexico House of Representatives for District 42, Dan Barrone said he has brought a wealth of new knowledge home to Taos about the inner workings of the state. more
During Tuesday’s (Feb. 25) Taos Town Council meeting, town officials continued their discussion surrounding the short-term rental ordinance currently being drafted. more
Taos community members are striving to create a network of bicycle routes to share with the public to make cycling easier and safer within the town. more
Here are some ways to engage with and help our community: more
Resources if you need some help: more
As mother abbess, Sister María had much to ponder. She needed an exemplary model for her life. That evening, before going to bed, she remembered that she had a book that contained the 30 bits of advice that Saint Theresa of Avila had written, but she couldn't remember just were she had put it. more
Ryan Cox es Tigresa de la Semana porque es una persona muy interesante. Cox es una joven de 17 años de la escuela, Taos High School. Se preocupa mucho por los buenos tratos entre los estudiantes. more
The ebb and flow of animals at Stray Hearts Animal Shelter is reported to the Taos News each week. Curious how many dogs or cats are being held in the facility? more
This week's community meetups and resources: more
'¡Ay qué mañana tan fría!" whispered Grama Cuca one morning mientras que she was looking out por la ventana. more
No state champions but there was still much to be happy about with the Taos swim team’s performance at the NMAA Swimming and Diving Championships at Albuquerque Academy over the weekend (Feb. 21-22), said co-head coach Nancy Call. more
The Taos basketball team didn’t win out like they had hoped. In their final game on Saturday (Feb. 22) in Española, the Tigers dropped their district match to Española Valley 59-52. more
Nine Taos wrestlers made their way down south to Río Rancho over the weekend, Friday-Saturday (Feb. 21-22), to compete in the NMAA State Wrestling Championships, and one wrestler medaled in the process. more
The Taos Tigers picked up a big win on Thursday (Feb. 27) at Otero Gymnasium, as they defeated the Los Alamos Hilltoppers 69-59 in a semifinals match in the District 2-4A Tournament.  The win … more
The former longtime manager of the U.S. Bank on Taos Plaza, who last year was accused of stealing more than $500,000 from account holders at her branch, pleaded guilty to one felony count of embezzlement on Tuesday (Feb. 25) in a plea deal that was almost cancelled at the last minute. more
Note: Originally scheduled for March 12, this event has moved to Friday, March 13, same time and location. more
Former state House representative Robert "Bobby" Gonzales was selected by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to take the District 6 Senate seat in the New Mexico Legislature. Gonzales spoke with Taos News reporter Doug Cantwell about his new Senate experience in the 2020 legislative session: more
Recently, I accepted an invitation by Congressman Ben Ray Luján to attend the State of the Union address to Congress in Washington, D.C. more
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