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Remembering Joe Garduño

Most days of the week for the past decade, Joesph Garduño could be counted on to be standing in the corner of the post office in Arroyo Hondo next to … more

Broadband providers, lawmakers discuss obstacles to expanding internet service

When John Brown’s internet company in Albuquerque learned that one of his competitors was digging a trench to install cable downtown, he asked to share the cost. Brown’s CityLink Telecommunications is planning a 20-mile fiber-optic loop from … more

New coffee shop on Taos’ south side creates buzz

For Pablo Flores and Lydia McHaley, a cup of coffee is more than just ... a cup of coffee. It’s an experience. And despite the ubiquity of the widely consumed beverage and the many places that serve it, where you have that experience matters, they … more

Back in control, state Dems plan to reorganize legislative committees

When Republicans took control of the state House of Representatives in 2015 for the first time in more than 60 years, the GOP set up the Safety and Civil Affairs Committee and named a former cop as chairman. The duties of the committee included … more

Wrangling continues on raising New Mexico minimum wage

A proposal to raise New Mexico’s minimum wage drew opposition from business organizations and workers’ rights groups alike Feb. 20. Co-sponsored by House Speaker Brian Egolf, D-Santa … more

Taos Alive Coalition encourages safe celebrations for prom

It is officially prom season in Taos. Almost every Saturday in April and May, at least one high school in Taos County will host its prom, with Taos High School celebrating in style this Saturday (April 22)."These events will hopefully create … more

Prescribed burn, wildland fire training comes to Peñasco in October

More than 500 acres of ponderosa pine and piñón-juniper forests west of Peñasco will see a prescribed burn throughout October thanks to a collaboration between nonprofits and government agencies to train young wildland firefighters. more

Santa Paws raises funds for Stray Hearts shelter

Santa Paws has been an annual event for more than 30 years. It was created in the mid-1980s by Art Bachrach... more

Pilgrims making way to El Santuario de Chimayó

Crews with the New Mexico Department of Transportation have been working around the clock this week to prepare safe walking areas along the route to El Santuario de Chimayó in preparation for … more

Dry spring forces Carson forest into first-level fire restrictions

By Cody Hookschooks@taosnews.comThe Taos NewsFire restrictions on public lands around Taos have been topics of conversation in recent weeks as the bone-dry forests have seen little moisture or relief … more
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