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State police conducting sobriety checkpoints, upping patrols this month

New Mexico State Police this month is increasing patrols and operating sobriety checkpoints in a broad and controversial law enforcement strategy that has been criticized and even outlawed in some … more

Police blotter

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from July 11-16. July 11 7:54 a.m. Burglary automobile, Gusdorf Road - A caller said they woke up and found their Chrysler Pacifica … more

Alpine artistry

Taos Ski Valley is hosting its third annual arts festival this year with 10 confirmed artists showing off a nice mix of textile, wool work and paintings.The event is sponsored by … more

A storyteller's songwriter

His first paid gig was at the Riverside Lounge in Benson, Arizona where he played guitar with a fiddle band. And, he was 25 when he wrote a song he finally felt comfortable playing out in public. … more

Baile with the best

An historical first in Taos is about to happen. Al Hurricane Jr. is headlining the first Taos Fiesta Music Festival at the KTAOS Solar Center and said he "is excited to play in Taos. … more

¡Que viva la musica!

It's hard to imagine the Taos Fiestas without the inspiring soundtrack of nonstop live music. The musical banquet weaves its magic into the whole Fiestas experience.The months-long … more

Movie review: "Skyscraper"

What's not to like? Dwayne Johnson is a cool dude. He can do comedy, drama (sorta), and outrageous action; and with his massive physique and chiseled good looks, he commands … more

The power of one

Mary Harris Jones (1837-1930) is a historical figure most commonly known as Mother Jones. In the early 1900s, she emerged as an outspoken labor organizer. She rallied on behalf of … more

Fiesta show

The next exhibition planned at Studio 107-B is titled "Red, White and Brown." Gallery owner-director Maye Torres announces that it is being mounted to honor the tricultural heritage … more

Genuine Americana

The ride may take you through some disheartening sights. Traveling east from Taos to Cimarrón, New Mexico along U.S. 64 you'll probably see some of the devastation from the … more
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