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Safety measures put in place to avoid serious nuclear accidents while handling radioactive materials were violated by workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory on two occasions in mid-August, … more
An aroma of sweet flowers and ripe tomatoes greets a visitor to Nan Fischer’s garden in El Prado. After a spring and summer of planting, Fischer’s greenhouse and outdoor gardens are … more
The easel sign that appears daily along the shoulder of Paseo del Pueblo Sur in front of Orlando's sister restaurant, Station 316 Café, has been chalked with witty one-liners advertising happy … more
"Turtle Walk," the 71-acre former home of socialite, fashion icon and philanthropist Millicent Rogers was sold Sept. 15 to an unnamed international couple interested in historic preservation bought the property, which had an asking price of $2.9 million, according to the Taos Multiple Listing Service and a press release. more
Connections are created endlessly every day. Billions of connections of energy, chemicals and data happen in our bodies every second. Unknown and mysterious connections are being created in our universe and other universes, beyond our ability to … more
A new apartment building is in the works for Taos as the town seeks to increase the number of affordable dwellings for low-income residents.The $7 million building project will add 26 new units to the … more
The International Chinese Entrepreneurs Association will host more than 150 business, economic development and education leaders at the 2017 ICEA U.S.-China Business Matchmaking Summit, Oct. 2-5 at the Albuquerque Convention Center, 401 2nd St. NW. … more
Kirk Thomas Bergman, 65, of El Prado, died Sunday (Sept. 10) after suffering a brain aneurysm while riding his motorcycle along Highway 75 near Peñasco. He was a 21-year resident of Taos, … more
Starbucks and IHOP could soon bring their respective brands of coffee and pancakes to Taos. The establishments will not be seeking to build new locations. more
About 21 community members attended the second Taos Arts Council and ARTAOS roundtable discussion Tuesday (Sept. 12) from 6-8 p.m. at the Mural Room in the Historic County Courthouse, which is at 121 N. Taos … more
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