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The question of why a Las Vegas man allegedly broke into a Taos community bank on Thursday (April 19) with no apparent motive could be explained by a seizure that nearly killed him last year, … more
Taos Mayor Dan Barrone joined some town and county employees who braved snow and sleet Friday morning to pick up garbage along Paseo del Pueblo in Taos. The main thoroughfare through town has been … more
This weekly update is provided by the Stray Hearts Animal Shelter. Dogs in shelter: 117 Cats in shelter: 19 more
Facebook messages between the father and son accused in the death of 13-year-old Jeremiah Valencia in Nambé provides new evidence concerning the son’s involvement in the … more
The next blood drive in Taos is 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Tuesday, (April 24) in the Taos High School gym. United Blood Services New Mexico has to collect 300 units a day to meet the needs of hospitals … more
Buck was just being his usual curious canine self. more
Acequias are a physical feature in the landscape as much as a basis of community and local power. That they've endured is a testament to their continued influence. more
Both the town of Taos and Taos County are under a burn ban until at least May 1, when the county commission will consider further burning restrictions. more
UPDATED 4:30 p.m. 4/20/2018: Taos officials say the towns water tanks are full due to the help of area mutual domestic water systems and residents will still have water over the weekend. Crews and parts to replace a failed water pump are currently en route and the town hopes to have the situation resolved by Monday (April 23) afternoon. Water restrictions, though, are still in effect. more
Deborah McLean has announced her retirement as executive director of the Taos Center for the Arts, according to the TCA's Board President Alford "Andy" … more
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