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Troy Montoya, 24, of Española, pleaded guilty Tuesday (April 11) in an Albuquerque federal court to a bank robbery charge.According to a U.S. Department of Justice press release, Montoya -- along … more
By Ellen Miller-GoinsSangre de Cristo ChronicleMinutes after Paul Krebs, the University of New Mexico's vice president for athletics, announced Thursday (April 13) the university's ski team program was being cut, ski industry locals were sharing … more
It is officially prom season in Taos. Almost every Saturday in April and May, at least one high school in Taos County will host its prom, with Taos High School celebrating in style this Saturday (April 22)."These events will hopefully create … more
The second annual seed exchange at Taos Pueblo's Red Willow Farm was a call for the indigenous people from around Northern New Mexico to return to the agricultural pillars of indigenous sovereignty and culture through story and seed. more
The following is a condensed version of the Taos Police Department blotter from April 12-17. April 12 11:58 a.m. Juvenile problem, Taos Middle School – A female was possibly in possession … more
Among the numerous state programs slashed during this year’s legislative session in Santa Fe, the signing of House Bill 12, which closes magistrate circuit courts in Taos and Catron counties, … more
For the third season in row, the high-mountain recreational area around Canjilón Lakes will remain closed to the public as the forest recovers from a massive tree die-off.More than 70 to 80 percent … more
Black bears are emerging from hibernation around Northern New Mexico and in the foothills of Santa Fe and Albuquerque, and the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is warning that the public is more likely to … more
The Wheeler Peak Progressives will host an Earth Day event in Angel Fire this Saturday (April 22) from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., rain or shine. Moreno Valley neighbors are welcome to bring clean and dry … more
Here's what we've working on for tomorrow's Taos News, from a robbery suspect who went on the run had his first day in court to saving seeds at Taos Pueblo, plus a little weather and astrology to get you through the week. more
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