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Update Oct. 17, 6:30 p.m.: The Questa Independent Schools board canceled Tuesday (Oct. 17) night's regular meeting after a capacity crowd turned out to discuss the coach's termination. The meeting has been rescheduled for Friday (Oct. 20). In a surprise move, Questa Independent Schools fired Tomas Madrid as the head boys basketball coach – a mere two weeks before the official start of the 2017-18 season, which begins Oct. 30. more
Buses from Peñasco and Questa were hit by someone shooting a pellet gun in Española. It is not known if the two occurrences are connected. However, the similarities of each shooting bear an uncomfortable coincidence. . . . more
The Questa Wildcats, under the direction of first-year coach Chris Torres, fought tooth and nail for their homecoming game, but fell short by a final score of 21-15. more
The Questa Lady Cats are on a roll – winning eight of their ten matches played in the last twenty days and seven in a row since Sept. 15. more
Sabor, a Taste of Taos, sponsored by the Taos County Chamber of Commerce, is designed to bring the community and visitors together for an event celebrating the flavors from kitchens in Northern New Mexico. more
The Taos Swim Club will be hosting its the third annual Taos Fall Arts Classic Swim Meet at the Taos Youth and Family Center Oct. 7. This is the first meet of the season and will be graced by the attendance of two world record holders. more
Every two weeks, Taos County commissioners meet to discuss and vote on county business, policies and projects. Citizens are invited to speak at the beginning of meetings, which take place at 105 … more
Now in its third year, the Red River Folk Festival promises to become a mainstay in the richness of Northern New Mexico’s musical festivals. This year’s lineup features James McMurtry, Shawn Mullins, Kelley Mickwee, Chuck Prophet, Jim Lauderdale, Robert Mirabal, Max Gomez and more. more
NeoRio offers thought-provoking art installations right on the rim of the gorge of the Río Grande, along with a fall feast and music. more
Grab your favorite instrument and head to the mountains for a weekend full of homegrown folk music. more
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