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Angel Fire Marathon numbers recede in 4th year, challenge remains

A "bucket-list" race, the Angel Fire Adventure has seen a fresh batch of participants during each of its the four-years. more

Toast of Taos tournament attracts talented pool, sees first ace

A fun time was had by the 103 participants that came out in support of the annual Toast of Taos hosted by the Taos Lions Club held at Taos Country Club June 30. more

Straight and true: king and queen bow shooters crowned at TCC

Turkeys, boars, deer, big horn sheep and an array of various sized animal targets dotted the practice range of the Taos Country Club as archers converged and drew their bolts. more

Exceeding expectations, making history: Taos County All-Star Athletes showcased

Tigers, Wildcats and Panthers have produced some great headlines, and several historic moments in 2017-18. The Taos News has been right there with all our big cat teams and will showcase our Taos County All-Stars this week. more

Final push to recruit athletes and volunteers for 40th N.M. Senior Games

The New Mexico Senior Olympics State Summer Games is still registering athletes and signing up volunteers for the 40th Anniversary Games slated to take place in Albuquerque July 18-22. more

Angel Fire Bike Park announces opening date and Demo Daze details

Along with being the largest bike park in the Rockies, Angel Fire Bike Park has been recognized as the No.1 bike park in the Southwest by MTBParks.com. On Friday (May 18) the park will officially open for the season more

Sports glory still within reach, registration open for athletes wanting to join Senior Olympics

If you aren't ready to let go of your glory days as a star athlete, or you've decided to try out sports in your retirement, take a look at Senior Olympics. more

In New Mexico, Mother's Day weekend means whitewater races

Mother's Day Rio Grande Whitewater Races, the second oldest organized river race in the country, will once again host kayakers and rafters, canoers and spectators. more

Hall of Fame induction bestowed on local baseball aficionado

Norm Cutliff, the president of the Taos Men’s Baseball League has taken his place in history, inducted into the Men’s Senior Baseball League National Hall of Fame. more

Panther big man travels Down Under for annual Hoops Classic

Ernesto “Ernie” Lopez, a senior at Peñasco High School committed himself, mentally, physically and financially to do something out of the ordinary for his senior summer. more
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