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Taos HS student detained after verbal threat

A Taos High School student was detained by police Monday (Feb. 26) at the school after allegedly making a threat to "shoot up the school," according to Taos Police Chief David Trujillo. The … more

Lockdown suspect threatened 'mass shooting' at courthouse complex

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

Vandals mark war memorial, Padre Martínez statue on Taos Plaza

Visitors to Taos Plaza Friday morning (Sept. 8) were greeted by the work of vandals, who had marked the Bataan Death March memorial and the statue of the late Padre Antonio José Martínez in the central square ... The sight served as a timely … more

Candidates file for March 6 Taos election

The battleground is set now after Taoseños formally filed their candidacy Tuesday (Jan. 9) for the Taos Municipal election scheduled March 6. Two men … more

Carson's rift

In a community like Carson where plenty of people don't know their addresses or don't have one, change hasn't come quick. When two climbers from Colorado proposed a campground that could double the population, the community organized. Now everyone is trying to figure out their next move. more

Residents question mayor's vote

"In this case, a vote to abstain is a 'no' vote," declared Mayor Dan Barrone during a March 19 vote on appointing Rick Bellis as town of Taos manager. "That's the way I'm going to move today. I do … more

Guards at the gate

Hearing about the government of Atlanta, Georgia grinding to a halt recently because of an attack on its computer system is the kind of thing that … more

Teachers invited to mobile maker workshop

The Spark Truck, a mobile maker space quipped with tools, lights, gadgets and gizmos, will be rolling through Taos this week. Twirl Play and Discovery Space, The School Zone ­Taos and the Lyle … more

Two Peaks murder suspect takes plea deal

Albert Jean Hunsaker III confessed to participating in the murder of 38-year-old Naomi Chaney in the Two Peaks area of Carson more than one year ago. This month, Hunsaker, 32, took a plea deal in … more

Mosquitoes linked to Zika virus found in two more New Mexico counties

Aedes aegypti, a species of mosquito that can transmit Zika virus, has been identified in Otero and Hidalgo counties, according to the state Department of Health and New Mexico State University. There have been no identified human cases of Zika virus in either county to date. more
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