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Ethics attorney to speak about big money

Bruce Berlin, a social change activist and former public sector ethics attorney, will discuss the U.S. Supreme Court decision known as Citizen's United, which ruled corporations have some of the same rights as individuals. The free event will occur … more

Sheriff's office inducts new deputy

Kelly Romero, a 21-year-old Questa native, always dreamed of following in the footsteps of his father, former Taos County Sheriff Miguel Romero. This week, he took another step toward reaching his goal … more

Mora County joins lawsuit against opioid makers

Mora County, claiming its taxpayers are unfairly bearing treatment costs of addicts, has become the first local government in the state to join a lawsuit seeking to collect money from the companies … more

N.M. health exchange premiums set to rise up to 20%

The typical New Mexico consumer who buys individual health insurance on the Affordable Care Act portal for the coming year will see a rate increase between 17 percent and 20 percent, the state superintendent of insurance said Thursday.   more

Know before you go: San Geronimo Feast Day

Taos Pueblo's annual celebration of the feast day of San Geronimo is happening this Saturday (Sept. 30). The Taos News spoke with Ilona Spruce, director of Taos Pueblo Tourism, about basic … more

Analysis: New Mexico can't handle another recession

New Mexico's cash-strapped government is not ready for another recession, according to a recent analysis highlighting the state's shrunken financial reserves. more

Primary 2018: Roberto "Bobby" Gonzales

Roberto "Bobby" Gonzales, a long-serving legislator for Taos and the surrounding areas, is running for his 13th term in the New Mexico House of Representatives. In the 24 years Gonzales has taken the … more

Sheriff, District 5 Commission candidates speak to voters in Peñasco

Dozens of Peñasco residents gathered Thursday evening (May 24) at the Peñasco Schools cafeteria to hear from candidates running for Taos County Sheriff and District V Commissioner at … more

Udall’s new post could help tribal concerns

Come next year, Sen. Tom Udall, D-NM, will be the top Democrat in the Senate committee that works on issues in Native American communities. And amid ongoing resistance to an oil pipeline in North Dakota and growing concerns about future fracking … more

I saw the sign(s): Sign maintenance a safety, access issue for forest visitors

If you have ever been out on a trail in the wilderness and thought — “this would be a good place for a trail sign” — you can now help make that happen. This summer, community volunteers joined members of the Carson National Forest (CNF) … more
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