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Taos resident Kenton Pass recently launched the first product ever designed to allow men to scratch their itch - in his terms, "the perfect scrotum scratcher, the great gonad groomer." more
The following is a selected overview of recent case activity in or related to the Taos County court system. All dates and times are subject to change. For past coverage of these cases, refer to the … more
The 8th Judicial District Attorney's Office filed a notice this week to call witnesses in a murder case filed against Gregg Steele, a 51-year-old man charged with shooting and killing World Cup Café owner Patrick Larkin on Aug. 27 in Llano Quemado more
Self-made man Stephen Lieurance learned much in his lifetime due to his own efforts and many interests. His work history began at age 13 and continued in an active, diverse path until his retirement in recent years. more
"What the hell happened here?" exclaimed the Grand Inquisitor Luis de Aliaga, exasperatedly. Sister María of Ágreda had changed herself into a mist and disappeared from his clutches. "I am certain that that witch-nun has already flown through the air far away from this place. That wretched enchantress must already be flying in her magic tin washtub, talking to evil spirits and to her ghostly animal totems." more
The New Mexico Department of Economic Development awarded almost $1.69 million for November 2019 to fund training of 150 new employees at 11 New Mexico companies through its Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP). Trainees will earn an average of $25 per hour, with salaries ranging from $11.67 to $55 per hour. more
The state education department has adopted the SAT - heavily revised to be more culturally sensitive, according to some - as its primary tool to measure New Mexico high school student achievement. more
The nonprofit Common Grounds recently received a generous $50,000 donation toward renovating the former Children's Clinic on Cruz Alta Road that will become a café, store and gathering spot. Now the group hopes the community will match those funds with money or labor to help do the extensive work the building will need before it can officially open for use by Taos area youth ages 14-21. more
Not Forgotten Outreach, a nonprofit in Taos that provides recreational and therapeutic services for local military veterans, is under investigation after a former employee accused its administrators of allowing drug and alcohol use at its properties. more
En la década de los sesenta, Johnny Carson, entonces presentador de "The Tonight Show," bromeaba: "El peor regalo de Navidad es el pastel de frutas…Solo hay un pastel de frutas en todo el mundo y la gente sigue enviándoselo, unos a otros, año tras año." more
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