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Town lights up fire restrictions

In a response to the rising drought conditions across New Mexcio, the town of Taos Council voted during a Tuesday (May 22) meeting to pass Resolution 18-37 declaring extreme drought conditions and … more

Taos receives long-awaited rain to ease dry conditions

The rain may not be heavy, but two days in a row of some precipitation has been a welcomed to the dry conditions of Taos County.  more

Sheriff, magistrate judge hopefuls field questions during Taos News political forum

Six sheriff candidates and four people running for two magistrate judge positions in Taos County showed up to the first of three political forums hosted by The Taos News Thursday (May … more

Commission candidates turn out for Taos News political forum

The Taos News hosted the second of three political forums Monday (May 21) ahead of the June 5 primary election. All seven candidates running for three commission seats turned out for the forum and … more

Carson National Forest steps up fire restrictions

Managers with the Carson National Forest announced Monday (May 21) they will impose more limits on fires in the forest effective Wednesday (May 23). The forest went into its first round of fire … more

Primary election 2018: New Mexico State Representative

The State of New Mexico has approximately 70 representatives. These elected officials represent Districts 1 to 70 throughout the state.  District 41 encompasses parts of Rio Arriba, Santa Fe … more

Primary 2018: Taos County positions up for election

Here are the job descriptions and salaries for Taos County Assessor, County Commissioner, Magistrate Judges, and Sheriff. more

Primary 2018: Jim K. Fambro

The chairman of the Taos County Board of Commissioners, Jim Fambro, is running for a second term in the upcoming Democratic primaries.Fambro was first elected to public office in 2014 to represent … more

Primary 2018: Maria Dimas

Maria Dimas, a Taoseña who's proud to have made a life for herself in her hometown, is one of three people running to be the Taos County Assessor for the next four-year term. She promises to … more

Primary 2018: Randy L. Baca

While the March municipal races were filled with young people running their first election campaign, the locals running for county and state offices are noticeably older. Except, of course, for Randy … more
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