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Former New Mexico State Senator C.B. Trujillo died Monday, Nov. 20, at Holy Cross Hospital. He was 85. While owner of the State Farm Insurance company in Taos, he served in the state Senate from … more
No New Mexico Rail Runner Express, Rio Metro or North Central Transit buses will be operating Thursday, (Nov. 23). more
A two-car collision in the southbound lane of State Road 68 near the turnoff for West Romero Road slowed traffic in both lanes Tuesday afternoon (Nov. 21). Members of Taos Volunteer Fire … more
This week, The Taos News hits the streets tomorrow, Wednesday (Nov. 22). more
C.B. Trujillo, a Taos businessman and former powerhouse state lawmaker in the 1960s and 70s, passed away Monday morning (Nov. 20).Trujillo was born in Taos and ran a State Farm Insurance agency in … more
Taos Ski Valley, Inc. will open one lift and select terrain on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23). Two beginner runs and a magic carpet will be accessible by the Pioneer Lift. more
The Taos News will be available on Wednesday, November 22, instead of Thursday. more
Veterans, family and community members gathered at Taos Middle School Friday, Nov. 10 in observance of Veterans Day for a special breakfast to honor those who have served. Vets were welcomed for the … more
Affordable housing for low-income and working-class people has been a topic in Taos for years, surfacing as a high priority but predictably receding from view. These demonstrators don't want people to forget. more
Angel Fire’s 4th Annual Military Winterfest, a celebration for veterans, all military and family members, has ramped up their early online registration efforts for the February … more
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