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It’s hard to know who to believe in a hotly contested political race like the 2018 Taos mayoral election. more
It was only an airsoft gun, a “toy.” But what if it wasn’t? He was just a young athlete, who made a dumb choice. But what if he wasn’t? The “what ifs” … more
Holy Cross Hospital is in dire financial straits. It is struggling to meet payroll, laying off staff and postponing payments to vendors. This is a familiar crisis for the hospital, for Taos and … more
If you missed Tuesday evening’s (Jan. 23) candidates forum at Taos Mesa Brewing, don’t worry. We livestreamed the event on Facebook and what the four Democrat candidates had to say. more
Inside The Taos News this week you will find an 8-page special report about heroin and opioid addiction in Taos County and Northern New Mexico. more
The filing deadline for candidates interested in the positions of Taos mayor, two council seats and municipal judge has passed. more
As 2018 gets underway, we just want to say how fortunate we feel to bring you, dear readers, the stories, people and events in Taos, Taos County and Northern New Mexico. It is a region filled with … more
As we leave 2017 behind and say bienvenidos to 2018, it is worth taking stock of the year and some notable moments.In this week’s edition, we bring you a look back at a lot of them – from … more
Vista Grande High School sophomores River Trujillo and Elias Suazo had a problem with Columbus Day, so they’ve done something about it. more
A democracy isn’t just about voters turning out on election day. It’s a system that is supposed to hear the collective, majority voice of its citizens while still protecting the rights of those who speak in the minority more
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