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Jan. 7, 11:14 p.m. Disturbing the peace, Dolan Street – Caller advised that at the fourth house on the left-hand side, there is a big willow tree and people were fighting. The caller could also … more

Taos County news in brief

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

Update: Text message bank account scam targets '575' area code

Officials at Centinel Bank have released additional information on a fraud alert concerning text messages asking for bank account and personal information. Centinel Bank Marketing Director John Rainey said the fraudulent message is not only … more

Agricultural vision for Taos to be unveiled

Farmers, ranchers, owners of agricultural land and those working with local food, are encouraged to attend a public meeting to discuss a strategic vision for food and agriculture in the community. The meeting is scheduled for Aug. 19 at 5:30 p.m. … more

Ranchos student selected for Senate Youth Program

Sens. Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich recently announced the names of two students who were selected as delegates to the 55th annual United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP). The program takes … more

For Fiestas de Taos, a mix of excitement, caution

This morning (July 21), Taoseños and visitors from throughout the state and region dove into another Las Fiestas de Taos – a time of celebration, feasting and dance for many who flock to … more

Taos County agencies confirm blood testing kits resupplied

One month after an arraignment of a Bakersfield, Calif. man charged with homicide by vehicle for allegedly driving under the influence and causing a two-vehicle car crash exposed a statewide shortage … more

Bonnie Hearne, fixture of New Mexico's folk and country scene, dies at age 71

Bonnie Hearne, a singer and piano player who was half of a celebrated musical couple that entertained New Mexico audiences with their folk and country music for … more

State education race pits two contenders, neither on ballot

If there’s no name on the ballot, does that mean there’s no race? Apparently not. Jeff Carr, the sitting District 10 commissioner for the statewide Public Education Commission (PEC), is leaving his post at the end of his term in December. … more

Taoseño promoted to state police captain

Lt. Isaac Valerio, a Taoseño and commander of the New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau zone three impact office in Albuquerque, has been promoted to captain.  Valerio will … more
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