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The United States Supreme Court decided this week to send a major case involving a transgender student and the right to use school facilities back down to a lower court. Some school districts, … more
Taos County commissioners have not yet debated or voted on a proposed “sanctuary” resolution that would add largely symbolic protections to local undocumented immigrants. More than 100 … more
Susan “Suzy” Gerard, one of two plaintiffs who filed a federal lawsuit in October 2016 alleging a “criminal conspiracy” that cited involvement by Santa Fe County judges, other … more
New Mexico State Police are in pursuit of a black Kia SUV with a white stripe, believed to be driven by a white anglo male and possible fugutive. The suspect was reportedly caught burglarizing a … more
When former television reporter Alex Sanchez worked as the spokeswoman for the New Mexico Department of Corrections from 2013-15, her job brought her in close contact with Lucky 8, a production … more
While several grassroots organizations are building upon what is widely deemed to be an inadequate support system for at-risk youth in Taos County, mental health services continue to exit the area, … more
Though Gov. Susana Martinez has indicated raising taxes is a nonstarter, New Mexico hospitals, including Taos’ Holy Cross Hospital, are willing to pay some taxes in order to stabilize the state’s budget and Medicaid program. more
The Taos area was placed under a wind advisory for most of the day March 6. more
Dr. Loretta Ortiz y Pino, a prominent health care professional and community figure in Taos County, died Feb. 28 at her home in Taos. Ortiz y Pino, 63, died of ovarian cancer after undergoing 14 … more
Here's a taste of what to expect in the next edition of The Taos News, on stands and street corners Thursday – Dr. Loretta Ortiz y Pino is remembered as a leader in the Taos health care … more
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