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When President Donald Trump signed an executive order that sought to punish local governments with immigrant “sanctuary” policies, the reaction was swift. While bigger cities like San … more
The Freedom From Religion Foundation objects to the cross, saying that no matter the intent as a war memorial, its presence on public land means it is a blatant endorsement of Christianity. But local elected officials are standing behind veterans, vowing to fight tooth and nail to keep the cross on the Plaza. more
The saga over the signs of local gadfly Jeff Northrup seems to have struck a chord in Taos. Here's what some Taos News readers are thinking. more
Update: April 26, 4:30 p.m. Taos resident Antonio Aguilar, 65, died and his wife was critically injured in the two-car head on collision Saturday night (April 22) that also injured four other people at the "horseshoe" curve along State Road 68 south of Taos, according to county officials. more
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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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Andrew Bernard Mott, a 58-year-old Costilla resident, was arraigned today (April 24) in Taos for allegedly firing a handgun at a New Mexico State Police Officer and his family March 11. Mott was initially arraigned … more
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For some, the neon-painted, balloon-bearing signs that periodically line the roadway between Quesnel Street and the Taos County courthouse stand as emblems of peaceful protest based in First … 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
For supporters of national monuments, the executive order was the latest assault on cherished public lands and the efforts taken by communities to protect the vast swaths of the American West. For others, it was a tangible step toward stopping what are seen as major and inexcusable land grabs through executive power. more
Andrew Bernard Mott, the man accused of assaulting an off-duty New Mexico State Police officer and his family in Costilla on March 11, has been released from the Taos County Adult Detention Center.Mott, more
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