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Three vehicles collided on Paseo del Pueblo Sur near the main thoroughfare's intersection with Paseo del Cañon in Taos Saturday afternoon (June 6), but none of the people involved in the crash … more
Samuel Joseph Smith III graduated recently from New Mexico State University with a 3.915 GPA and a bachelor's in geomatics.Smith is the son of Valentina Romero and Samuel Joseph Smith Jr. He grew up … more
An employee at the Taos Walgreens, located at the intersection of Cruz Alta Road and Paseo del Pueblo Sur, tested positive for the novel coronavirus last week, the New Mexico Department of Heath has … more
Long Chain On by David Garver more
The New Mexico Department of Health has reported 331 new cases of COVID-19 in the state, for a total of 8,672 to date. Taos County cases remain at 31. The state also announced four additional deaths on Friday (June 5), for a total of 387 fatalities in the state. more
Appointed to the 8th Judicial District Attorney’s seat in 2019, Marcus J. Montoya was nonetheless worried Wednesday (June 3) about retaining his position. Montoya was ahead of his opponent, … more
As the town of Taos struggles to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, store owners and visitors in the John Dunn shops just off the historic Taos Plaza are largely without … more
A male suspect driving a stolen white Lexus was taken into custody before 1 a.m. Thursday morning (June 6) on State Road 518 south of Taos after leading law enforcement on a 30-minute chase, … more
After an arduous wait for anxious candidates, the primary results are in for  Taos County.  Elections staff finished tallying up more than 6,000 absentee ballots at about 10 p.m. … more
A judge in Taos District Court has approved a petition from the Taos County Clerk's Office to extend the deadline to count votes in the 2020 primary due to the extraordinary number of absentee … more
With all the travails Taos county educators are dealing with these days, they really needed some good news – and it arrived in spades May 14. Vista Grande High School, Peñasco Elementary, Enos Garcia Elementary and Taos International School all received $150,000 grants to implement their plans for restructuring as community schools under phase two of the state Public Education Department’s Community Schools Initiative. more
The Taos County All Stars more
District 5-2A MVP — in both volleyball and basketball. First Team All-State — in both sports, that is. And make that three years in a row for basketball.  more
Noah Armijo, a senior at Taos High School, and the Taos News’ Male Athlete of the Year, has been handling the pandemic like a lot of other sports fans across the globe — by watching “The Last Dance.”  more
The history of the nursing pinning ceremony harkens back to the 12th century when the Knights Hospitaliers, who cared for sick and injured crusaders, wore a large Maltese cross to identify them as care providers. more
Student Jeffrey Oxford (general studies) experienced many firsts during his time at University of New Mexico-Taos. He is a first-generation student — the first one in his family to graduate with a college degree. Canadian by birth, Oxford was also the first international student to begin and complete his degree at UNM-Taos. more
UNM Letter from Julia Shang, Student Government Association President more
Congratulations to the UNM-Taos 2020 graduates! You did it! You completed your spring semester courses under unconventional circumstances, and you fulfilled the requirements needed to earn your certificate or diploma from the University of New Mexico-Taos. more
Congratulations to the UNM-Taos 2020 graduates! You did it! You completed your spring semester courses under unconventional circumstances, and you fulfilled the requirements needed to earn your certificate or diploma from the University of New Mexico-Taos. more
Class of 2020: Taos High School Photo Gallery more
With 16 graduates this year, Vista Grande High School, at 213 Paseo del Cañón East in Taos, was holding out for a real-life graduation until the governor’s recent cautious mandates (May 15) about continuing social distancing. Instead the school hosted a drive-by graduation Friday (May 22) at the school. more
Six new patients who tested positive for the novel coronavirus late last month all live in Taos, and show a generational spread – from a child to a senior … more
It's primary election day. If you haven't sent in your absentee ballot, today is the day to vote the traditional way by going to a poll and casting your ballot in person.  Due to the coronavirus … more
A spike in new cases of the coronavirus reported on Friday (May 29) by Holy Cross Medical Center has been revised after a testing error was recognized at LabCorp, one of three facilities that has accepted thousands of samples from throughout the state since the pandemic began. more
The Chile Line Red, a North Central Regional Transit District "Blue Bus" route, will resume regular route and service times beginning Monday (June 8). The route provides fare-free service Monday … more
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