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  All faith leaders are invited to "vest" (stoles, robes, shawls, etc.) and stand in quiet solidaritywith students, as are elected officials and political leaders from all … more
Updated Sunday (March 11) . A cut CenturyLink fiberoptic cable between Peña Blanca, New Mexico and Budaghers, New Mexico late Friday afternoon (March 9) caused a widespread loss of Internet and cell service around the … more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from Jan. 28 through March 5 — "The man was walking with a dog but was sniffing or drinking something." more
Here's a weekly update from Stray Hearts Animal Shelter. more
By Jack DaslerFor The Taos NewsFebruary 2018 ended up warmer and wetter than usual. Temperatures averaged about 4 degrees above the long-term average while precipitation was a third of an inch above … more
Brownell said that, as mayor, he wants to be more inclusive of "the extended community that's not in the voter base." more
All three sitting councilors in Angel Fire were re-elected to their posts during the March 6 municipal elections. Bill Humbert was elected to a two-year councilor term with 125 votes. more
In a surprise move, U.S. Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced Thursday (March 1) he was postponing the imminent online auction of thousands of acres worth of oil and gas leases near … more
The Taos Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management has a new leader, albeit a temporary one. more
To Marjorie Malone, no one need suffer from psychological trauma because one's own body movements can help reestablish a sense of safety. Malone, clinical director of The Centre in Taos, blends her experience in dance movement with her training and expertise in psychology. more
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