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A group of investors hopes to beat winter weather and complete construction on a proposed "tiny house" project, The Silver Strike, by Memorial Day weekend 2018 in Red River. more
Across the West, more young people are moving out of rural communities than in. If viability for small towns in the rural West depends in part on cultivating the next generation of local workers and leaders, understanding why young people choose to move is particularly important. more
Paul Trujillo Jr. was arraigned in Taos County Magistrate Court on Monday (June 19) on four felony charges related to a shooting incident Friday (June 16) on Este Es Road. Trujillo allegedly shot … more
The 14 letters left at the grocery store register were all penned by a young man in the Navy in 1944. Now the search is on for "Darling Margaret" or her descendants. more
Taos coffee shops and community members alike mourn the loss of Taos Java's own Donna Martínez, who passed away Oct. 31 after a bout with cancer. more
One day in 1949, a 9-year-old boy and his brother went rabbit hunting near Cerro in Taos County. Failing to catch any rabbits, on their way back home, the pair of boys noticed a prairie dog - at last, an easy target. … more
The number of river segments eligible for a "wild and scenic" designation in the Carson National Forest dropped from 103 to 48 as a result of a recent forest-wide assessment. more
A blanket of clouds heavy with the promise of snow started rolling over Red River the Thursday before Thanksgiving. Harry Blunden, donned in a T-shirt and sunglasses, started his trek up the … more
The Taos Fire Department and the Taos Ski Valley Fire Department responded to a structure fire Friday (April 28) at 130 Upper Twining Rd. while a morning snowstorm moved into the Taos Valley. … more
Bruce Krasnow The New MexicanSeven years after Santa Fe author and artifacts dealer Forrest Fenn wrote a poem that he claims describes the location of a hidden chest with gold coins and jewelry, his eyes still light up when he reads about those who … more
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