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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
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
Staci Matlock, former reporter for The Taos News, returns this week as the newspaper’s managing editor. She replaces Damon Scott, who has decided to move on to new adventures.“Staci has a … more
Hundreds of people packed into the rotunda of the Capitol on Monday in an intensifying show of alarm over President Donald Trump’s clampdown on illegal immigration and his vow to build a wall … more
In the midst of all the well-intentioned discussions prompted by the nearly record-setting suicide rate in Taos County last year, five Taos-area high school students have taken an action that … more
 The future of health care became a little more uncertain last week when President Donald Trump took an executive action that is the first step in an uncharted process of repealing the … more
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An amber alert has been issued for 15-year-old Angelica Valdez of Penasco, who was allegedly abducted at gunpoint last night (Feb. 25) from her grandparent's Penasco home. Law enforcement has said … more
The Taos County Sheriff's Department has released details on the suspect that caused a lockdown at the Taos County Administrative Judicial Complex Jan. 27. Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe … more
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