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New Mexico rain

Taoseños were overjoyed Saturday morning (June 16) to see clouds form and then drop some much-needed rain on drought-parched fields and gardens. more

Pilgrimage to Chimayó passes through Taos

A group of pilgrims embarked on a six-day, 100-mile religious trek to the Santuario de Chimayó starting Monday (June 4) in Costilla, located at the northernmost edge of Taos County. more

Report: Woman struck by vehicle

A woman in her 60s was struck by a vehicle at the Paseo del Pueblo Norte and Civic Plaza Drive intersection Thursday morning (May 31), according to Taos Central Dispatch. more

Major art research center coming to Taos

The Couse Foundation of Taos has announced that The Lunder Foundation of Portland, Maine is providing a grant of $600,000 in support of the Taos Society of Artists archive and research center that will be located in the Mission Gallery building at 138 Kit Carson Road. more

Taos church helps put a dent in hunger

Hunger isn't something most people even think about. But, it's a nagging presence for far too many in the Taos community.To help alleviate this problem, the St. James Episcopal Church operates a food … more

Henningsen home on fire

The former home of late Taos photographer-artist Chuck Henningsen is on fire Monday morning (April 2). The fire which appears to favor the structure’s west side is being battled by Taos Volunteer Fire Department firefighters. more

Taoseños join national gun violence protest

A group of Taos youth and their allies gathered on Taos Plaza Wednesday March 14, 2018 to speak out against gun violence in the nation. more

Strong statement

The 'One Billion Rising' event on Valentines Day (Feb. 14) in Taos took place under gloomy skies and under the growing dread from news about yet another school shooting in Florida that claimed the lives of 17 people. more

Starbucks Coffee shop opens in Taos

The Starbucks Coffeeshop opened to the public Monday morning (Jan. 29) inside the Albertsons Market at 710A Paseo del Pueblo Sur. more

Taos author Elizabeth Cunningham has died

A leading Taos scholar, author and arts advocate, Elizabeth Cunningham died Thursday (Jan. 18), according to her husband Skip Keith Miller. more
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