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Stick-horse races and goat scramble are just a couple of the events at the upcoming fun-filled, first-ever Kids' Rodeo Playday sponsored by the Moreno Valley Ministerial Alliance and featuring rodeo … more
Angel Fire Resort's popular events -- the Friday evening Cool Summer Nights Concert Series and Sunday morning Art and Farmers Market -- kicked off Father's Day weekend. The free Cool Summer Nights Concert Series in Frontier Park will offer live … more
The daily afternoon rain threatens in the distance as my sister, Mary Miller, and I scramble to find one more chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius) near Red River. It is not a banner year for this forest … more
The Taos News won first place in almost every category, including general excellence, at the annual New Mexico Press Association awards ceremony held Saturday (Nov. 11) at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya … more
The Taos News took home dozens of first and second places – including general excellence and public service – from the 2017 New Mexico Press Association and New Mexico Associated … more
This year's Bear Benefit Saturday (June 17) in Eagle Nest raised $4,700, according to co-organizer Stacie Ewing, and featured an impressive array of wildlife education activities for kids of all ages. … more
Los Alamos National Laboratory is facing a new federal investigation for shipping nuclear materials out of state by aircraft, in violation of federal law, according to the National Nuclear Security Administration, which … more
Here's what we have in the next Taos News, on stands tomorrow — gas pipeline construction begins next week; local skaters fix up a skate park for kids; archers took to the slopes of Sipapu; Dwight Yoakam and many other performers are sure to get Taoseños dancing this weekend; hiking near Las Trampas; plus a little weather and astrology. more
 Taos members of an interfaith coalition will host a "We're Still In" meeting Friday (Dec. 8), to craft local solutions to the world's most pressing problem: climate change. more
While most of the country had its eyes trained on Utah this week as President Donald Trump announced sweeping reductions to two national monuments there, a final report to the president also suggests … more
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