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Ten bills that a judge says Gov. Susana Martinez vetoed illegally during this year’s legislative session, including a high-profile measure legalizing research on hemp, will become law after all. 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
When the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle reported Oct. 20 that the Forest Service was closing the Old Red River Pass Road -- Forest Road 488 -- from its entrance at State Road 578 to the top of the pass adjacent to the McShan and Flying Horse ranches, a few readers expressed skepticism... more
Only one person spoke during a public hearing for a proposed ordinance that would allow use of recreational off-highway vehicles on Angel Fire village streets. more
The Taos County Board of Commissioners will vote Thursday (Oct. 5) on a resolution in support of a federal program that offered young, undocumented people a path to citizenship. more
What does it mean to love Taos' natural beauty? Its cultural diversity? Its small-town feel? Why do these things matter, and how can local leaders make decisions that honor these values? Strong at Heart, a collaborative effort between the town of Taos and community partners, is hosting a series of community conversations to dig deeper into those often intangible elements that define our community's sense of place. more
In the search for answers after a white supremacist rally in Virginia devolved into deadly violence Saturday (Aug. 12), attention turned to a New Mexican. Dillon Hopper, a native of Roswell, heads the far-right organization Vanguard America that seemed in the chaos of the moment to have some sort of link to the man police say drove a car into a group of anti-racist demonstrators, leaving one woman dead. more
LAS VEGAS, N.M. – On a recent afternoon in this small, mostly Hispanic town, San Miguel County Commissioner Rock Ulibarri gave a narrative of a 141-foot-long mural over nine panels, depicting the community’s history, from the violent Spanish conquest of Native Americans to battles during the Mexican-American War to more contemporary issues. more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from Aug. 23–28. Aug. 23 1:48 a.m. Medical unknown, Paseo del Pueblo Norte – A woman was requesting an … more
Calling all Tigers! It's time for the Taos High School homecoming parade and football game. It'll happen Friday (Sept. 15). School classes will release early in preparation for the big event. more
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