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The fate of the Río Grande del Norte National Monument here in Taos County is still unknown a week after U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke delivered a recommendation on 27 national … more
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from Nov. 15-20. Nov. 15 11:53 a.m. Narcotics offense juvenile, Taos High School - An officer was requesting a case … more
Representatives of many Native American nations will gather at the Raymond G. Murphy Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Albuquerque on Saturday (July 15) for the 12th annual VA Veterans Gourd Dance. The dance will be from noon to 6 p.m., weather … more
The chairman of the Doña Ana County Republican Party has resigned amid outrage over a tirade he posted on the organization’s Facebook page after a deadly attack on anti-racist protesters in Virginia over the weekend. more
Pete Domenici, a political powerhouse who for 36 years represented New Mexico in the U.S. Senate, died Wednesday in Albuquerque following a recent surgery. He was 85. more
Five days after the funeral, his coffee cup still sat on the dining room table, adorned with photos of his two grandsons. His plaid shirt was draped on the back of a chair at the table. In the living … more
Several vendors at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge are defying recent efforts by the state to enforce a ban on vending in the highway right-of-way. A 74-year-old tourist was struck by a vehicle in the … more
Federal, state and local officials gathered Friday (Aug. 25) at Taos Regional Airport to celebrate the official opening of a long-anticipated new runway. The 8,600-foot runway – about … more
Taos Ski Valley kicked off its summer schedule June 23 with a slate of events and offerings.Summer scenic chair rides will run on Lift 4 near The Bavarian Lodge & Restaurant and will operate on a daily basis through Sept. 4, running 10 a.m. to 4 … more
Graffiti, graf, spray art, aerosol, arrow-soul, street art, hieroglyphs, petroglyphs – whatever the name may be, the discipline is still art and local painter Omar Wilkins is taking it to the … more
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