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Search warrant leads to slew of arrests at El Prado residence

New Mexico State Police arrested five people at a house in the 700 block of Paseo del Pueblo Norte in Taos March 15 around 5 p.m. – four on drug charges and one on an outstanding stalking … more

Officials: Signs violate code

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

‘Nuestra Familia’ conspiracy suit plaintiff dies after jumping off Gorge Bridge

Susan "Suzy" Gerard, one of two plaintiffs who filed a federal lawsuit in October 2016 alleging a "criminal conspiracy" involving Santa Fe County judges, other court personnel, law enforcement and … more

Update: Police searching for car thief

New Mexico State Police are in pursuit of a black Kia SUV with a white stripe, believed to be driven by a white anglo male and possible fugutive. The suspect was reportedly caught burglarizing a … more

Groups issue call to support youth in distress

While several grassroots organizations are building upon what is widely deemed to be an inadequate support system for at-risk youth in Taos County, mental health services continue to exit the area, … more

Taos News sneak peek

Here's a taste of what to expect in the next edition of The Taos News, on stands and street corners Thursday – Dr. Loretta Ortiz y Pino is remembered as a leader in the Taos health care … more

Taos News sneak peek

Here's a taste of what to expect in the next Taos News — immigrants rights, a kidnapper is in custody, opposition to hotel ordinance, along with sports, arts news, entertainment previews and weather. more

Eighth defendant enters guilty plea in drug ring case

According to a press release from Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney Elizabeth M. Martinez, the eighth of nine defendants charged in connection to a Taos County-based heroin drug ring has entered a … more

What’s your fire IQ?

If fire was a big deal when Firewise was created over 30 years ago, today that concern is magnified by multitudes. And regardless of the debate about building homes in fire-prone forests, the vast majority of development in states like New Mexico in the coming decades is expected to happen in the wildland-urban interface. more

Alleged shooter charged with murder

When it was announced Feb. 7 in Taos County Magistrate Court that Destiny Valdez, 23, had died of a gunshot wound sustained the night of Feb. 3, it became clear that suspect Brandon Lopez would pick … more
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