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'We're the first ones to get justice'

Donna Motsinger was shopping at Smith's grocery store in Taos on Thursday (April 26) when she got the call she said put to rest decades of fear, shame and frustration she and so many other women had … more

More than a dozen abusive clergy served local parishes

At least a dozen priests identified by the Archdiocese of Santa Fe as sexual abusers served in parishes in Questa, Taos and Peñasco from the 1950s to 1990s, a Taos News investigation found. more

Crime spree suspects captured in Albuquerque

Updated April 12 at 10 p.m. Multiple law enforcement agencies are searching for a wanted suspect believed to be "armed and dangerous" in the Velarde area south of Taos along State Road 68 … more

Patten not backing off ‘critical access’

 The future of health care became a little more uncertain last week when President Donald Trump took an executive action that is the first step in an uncharted process of repealing the … more

Taos town candidates field questions, layout platforms

Candidates for the 2018 Taos Municipal elections gathered Thursday (Feb. 1) at the Bataan Hall at University of New Mexico - Taos for a public forum where they answered questions ranging from how … more

Sheriff: Abducted Peñasco teen has been found; Amber Alert cancelled

An amber alert has been issued for 15-year-old Angelica Valdez of Penasco, who was allegedly abducted at gunpoint last night (Feb. 25) from her grandparent's Penasco home. Law enforcement has said … more

Taos housing shortage a ‘circle of what-ifs’

Affordable housing for low-income and working-class people has been a topic in Taos for years, surfacing as a high priority but predictably receding from view. These demonstrators don't want people to forget. more

New Don Fernando managers promise comeback

Behind a construction fence and red gate, the Hotel Don Fernando de Taos waits for its doors to be opened once again.After several months of renovation and … more

Judge: Vetoed bills will become law

Ten bills that a judge says Gov. Susana Martinez vetoed illegally during this year's legislative session, including a high-profile measure legalizing research on hemp, will become law after all. more

Truck knocks down stop light at Kit Carson Road

Grace Jones was near the Taos Plaza when she heard a loud crash and went to see what happened. She snapped pictures of this semi-truck that had a hard time turning onto Kit Carson Road and took out … more
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