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The Taos County Fire Marshall's Office is investigating a fire that started in the bar area of the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership Thursday night (July 1). Hondo-Seco Fire Department and Taos … more
The Taos Regional Landfill Board will meet July 16 to discuss the future of recycling.Members of the board were given the results of an analytical survey done by Souder … more
An El Prado man was charged with aggravated DWI on Sunday (June 28), when he crashed into a tree while driving drunk on State Road 240 in Ranchos de Taos, killing a Taos woman who was riding with … more
The village council of Taos Ski Valley voted unanimously to mandate masks be worn in public.  Following the state’s new public health order, the council adopted a resolution to their … more
For the past 22 years, Taos Community Foundation has been the “platform for giving” in Northern New Mexico. Founded in 1998, the Foundation has grown to over $12 million in assets under management and annually grants over a million dollars in community support. more
The New Mexico Department of Health has reported 248 new cases of COVID-19 in the state, for a total of 12,520 to date. Taos County cases remain at 43. The state also announced three additional deaths related to the virus on Thursday (July 2), for a total of 503. more
The town of Taos will hold a special meeting Tuesday (June 30) to discuss a possible amendment to the currency emergency order making face coverings mandatory in the town.  Face coverings are … more
A motorocyclist crashed, then the driver of a UTV struck a pedestrian in separate but back-to-back traffic accidents south of Taos Sunday evening (June 28), sending a total of three people to Holy Cross Medical Center. more
A bicyclist was struck and killed by a vehicle while riding southbound on State Road 230 in Des Montes Friday afternoon (June 26) – the third fatal traffic accident in Taos County this week. … more
“It almost felt like fate” to Anthony Rumfolo when he arrived to work at Taos Ski Valley last winter. After serving the country, the Air Force veteran (Senior Airman E-4, 2003-2008) had been trying to find his purpose in the civilian world. more
As the COVID-19 pandemic swept through our lives there were, indeed, those who became the heroes of our strange new world: our health care workers and first responders. more
The town of Taos is working to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the community by handing out masks to businesses.  From 8:30 a.m. to noon Friday (June 26) town officials will be set up once again at Coronado Hall at 120 Civic Plaza drive to hand out masks for the business community. The town has allocated masks through emergency funds and will be handing out 50 per business.  more
WHEN VISITING YOUR CHOICE of a place to stay can be just a pillow to rest your head or an engaging part of your experience. Taos offers a plethora of sophisticated choices close to town, the Taos Ski Valley or favorite hiking trails, all at appealing price points – a charming inn, a B&B, an historic building, an Airstream or an Earthship.  more
FISHING IS ONE OF THOSE SPORTS that is just as satisfying when shared with friends and family as it is all by yourself. Most fisherfolk even secretly hold the belief it’s almost as fun whether you catch anything or not — although some will never admit that. And, with catch-and-release becoming more prevalent these days, there is no longer the onus of feeling bad about killing a creature of the wild. more
THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM) oversees thousands of acres of public land across Northern New Mexico. more
COME, TAKE OFF YOUR SHOES, take some deep breaths, sigh them out, move a little, wiggle. more
Taos Pueblo has been closed to visitors due to coronavirus precautions since March 11, 2020. For more information, check the website at taospueblo.com or call (575) 758-1028. A world, a culture apart, no visitor should miss seeing the ancient pueblo — perhaps the  world’s oldest apartment building. Here, life goes on much the same as it has for approximately 1,000 years. You may notice a shiny pickup truck parked nearby or see modern cell phones, but the customs and the unwritten Tiwa (pronounced TEE-wah) language have changed little over the centuries. more
THE VAST, RUGGED terrain and generous, free-spirited community call out to mountain lovers with a passion for outdoor thrills and cultural diversity. more
On Tuesday (June 23) the New Mexico Public Education Department released its guidelines for allowing K-12 students back into the classrooms for the first time since March, when schools across the state were shut down for in-person attendance after the outbreak of a highly infectious novel coronavirus. more
In the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, one Taos nonprofit is giving kids stuck at home something to do.TrueKids1 hosted its first ever Digital Day Camp for … more
Enos Garcia Elementary and Taos International School, along with Vista Grande High School and Peñasco Elementary, received some welcome news - along with … more
For Monet Winters, the COVID-19 pandemic created a lot of hurdles for her to complete eighth grade at Santa Fe Indian School. With school buildings closed in March and no reliable internet service at her home on the Taos Pueblo, Monet waited for large paper packets of schoolwork from her teachers to arrive by mail. more
Right now, throughout the United States, police officers are under fire from politicians and being scrutinized by the general public.Here in Taos, people gathered in nonviolent … more
Updated 7:15 p.m.  Taos County emergency services responded to a flipped cement truck on U.S. Highway 64 near mile marker 258 on Wednesday afternoon (June 24).  According to Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe, the investigation at the scene indicated the truck traveled off the roadway and overcorrected while crossing both lanes.  The driver was partially ejected while not wearing a seatbelt and died as a result of the crash.   more
The New Mexico Department of Health announced seven additional deaths tied to COVID-19 on Tuesday (June 23), including the first person from Taos County to have died of the respiratory disease caused … more
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