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The Bureau of Land Management recently updated its websites, a change that was years in the making but has watchdogs of the agency worried about less government transparency. more
When Paris Shane Wallace didn't return home as expected from a trip to New Mexico on June 14, his wife called New Mexico State Police to report him missing. Mitzi Wallace said her husband, a minister at the … more
Over the roar of giant construction engines, small chirps made by frantic prairie dogs can still be heard in a freshly plowed field once dotted with the small piles of dirt marking the homes of the … more
Amid talk of an impending border wall between the United States and Mexico, members of the Mexican Consulate based out of Albuquerque paid residents in Taos a visit to provide official documentation. Las … more
As the clock counts down to the town council's decision on a permit for a four-story Holiday Inn Express, the need for new rooms in the midst of issues with the current hotels has been questioned by … more
Lee Bentley really loves his home community of Arroyo Seco. “I first moved to Taos in 1982. I had been here previously, so it was inevitable that I would eventually live here and love it,” Bentley … more
Low-income residents in Taos County and at Taos Pueblo are eligible for free dog and cat spaying and neutering services and vaccines from Española Valley Humane Society.The free surgery and vaccines are also available to any feral, outdoor or … more
The Taos News is launching a new weekly feature, digging into the newspaper's archives to uncover the top stories of each week from 10, 25 and 50 years ago. What we found was a thrilling Mount Everest rescue, an … 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
Angel Fire’s village council approved Lodgers’ Tax Committee and Tourism Department grants at its meeting in late May. Speaking on behalf of the Shuter Library, Scott Jones said, … more
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