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This is a condensed version of the Taos Police Department blotter from July 26-31. July 26 6:07 a.m. Unattended death, Paseo del Pueblo Sur - A man reportedly passed away. 1:26 p.m. … more
On what will be the 117th anniversary of his birth near tiny Dana, Ind., Ernie Pyle, the decorated World War II correspondent, will be celebrated more than 1,200 miles away in Albuquerque, the city Pyle had planned to make his home before a Japanese bullet found him on a Pacific island in April 1945. more
Prairie dogs and their burrow systems can cause problems in areas where their holes pose a safety hazard or otherwise damage an area that gets a lot of use. How best to get rid of these underground relatives of squirrels came to the fore in Angel Fire this week, including Angel Fire Resort's "explosively" controversial method and a method discussed at the Angel Fire Council regular meeting Tuesday (July 25). more
Remember how you learned back in your high school civics class that you have certain rights as an American. As we all know, those individual rights make up the first 10 amendments to our Constitution. But now that you're older, you may not realize you also have certain rights as a Medicare beneficiary. more
The Padilla clan loves to get together, and those gatherings continue to grow. This year's reunion in Taos had more than 40 family members, who together enjoyed painting murals, a treasure hunt, meals and fixing a loved one's home, said patriarch Eddie Padilla. more
"Master of the Mountains," which will take place Saturday (Aug. 26) at Sugarite Canyon State Park, features a 6-mile trail run, a 3-mile paddle around the park's Lake Maloya, a 20-mile bicycle trek and a shotgun shoot. Although Monday (Aug. 1) was … more
A revolution is rising in the world of photography and Taos finds itself a newcomer to the front line of the battle. more
Aedes aegypti, a species of mosquito that can transmit Zika virus, has been identified in Otero and Hidalgo counties, according to the state Department of Health and New Mexico State University. There have been no identified human cases of Zika virus in either county to date. more
New Mexico State Police will be conducting sobriety checkpoints, saturation patrols, as well as registration, insurance and driver's license checkpoints in all New Mexico counties, including Taos, during the month of August."Hundreds of lives could … more
First, this announcement: On Saturday (Aug. 5), the Northern Río Grande National Heritage Area organization will have the grand opening of its National Heritage Center at Alcalde. It will be at the location formerly known as the Oñate Visitor Center. more
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