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Seven months after it was removed from its base at Angel Fire’s Vietnam Veterans National Memorial and taken to Roswell for restoration and repairs, the 53-year-old Huey helicopter, Viking … more
For the first time in 14 years, University of New Mexico-Taos commencement ceremonies were celebrated on two consecutive days. The high school equivalency graduation ceremony took place May 11 … more
Progressives gathered Saturday (May 6) to welcome New Mexico legislators to Taos Mesa Brewing for a question-and-answer session where community members were allowed to ask specific questions about … more
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Bettie Martinez gave birth to four children, but she actually served as a mother figure for hundreds of children during their youth. In her career as the secretary at Taos Junior High, now known as Taos … more
One by one, Officer Luke Martinez of the Taos Police Department stooped over a backpack in the Town of Taos parking lot this morning (May 13) and removed more than a dozen stolen firearms … more
A ban on open burning in parts of Colfax County was lifted Thursday (May 11). A burn ban was instituted April 17 in the Farley, Miami and District 8 (Ratón) fire districts, according to a … more
Updated: May 13, 3 a.m. Three local raft guides rescued two stranded kayakers from the banks of the Río Grande Gorge early Saturday morning (May 13) after an hours-long rescue mission that was initiated Friday afternoon (May 12). more
Tickets are on sale now for the "Angel Fire Food and Wine Roundup," a four-day extravaganza that organizers hope to make into an annual event.The Western-themed food and wine event, sponsored by Texas-based A Bar N Ranch, will take place Aug. 24-27. … more
The following is a condensed version of the Taos Police Department blotter from May 3-8.May 311:37 a.m. Welfare check, Juniper Road – A male was being verbally abusive toward the caller, who stated they were going to take their own life with a shotgu more
Equine Spirit Sanctuary is pleased to announce a new service to local horse owners. Beginning this week, equine veterinarian Dwight Hooton will be in Taos on a regular schedule weekly, Friday through Monday. He will … more
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