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Primary 2018: Paloma G. Romo

Paloma Romo of Taos is running unopposed this year for Taos County Probate Judge.In 2014, Romo, 36, ran against Republican Michael Tórrez to replace former probate judge Andres Vargas, who had … more

Primary 2018: Sarah Montoya

Sarah Montoya, a graduate of University of Arizona College of Law, but a native of Colfax County, hopes to "restore organization" to Colfax County Magistrate Court if elected judge this June.Since … more

Primary 2018: Royal Quint

Royal Quint, a 34-year resident of Colfax County originally from western Kansas, does not have a law degree, but plans to serve as an effective probate judge through his extensive experience in the … more

Jury hung in Questa coach rape trial

John Rael, a former coach with Questa School District who was accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in 2016, walked away a free man this week after a Taos district court jury failed to come to a … more

Taos jury finds Ranchos man guilty of first-degree murder

A Taos district court jury found Brandon Lopez guilty of first-degree murder Friday (May 18). After a two-day trial followed by more than a day of deliberating, the jury found the 25-year-old … more

Deliberations begin in rape trial against former Questa coach

A Taos district court jury began deliberations Thursday afternoon (May 17) after hearing evidence presented over the course of a two-day trial in a case filed against John Rael, a former coach with … more

N.M. expands teacher training to battle abuse

State prosecutors and law enforcement officials are working together to expand training to combat child abuse and human trafficking for schoolteachers and … more

Indian Health Service employees in Taos win national awards

In early May, Yvette Lopez-Chacon and Sarah Pak, employees of the U.S. Public Health Service Taos-Picuris Indian Health Center, were recognized by the Indian Health Service National Directors for … more

State police ID fallen hiker

State police have identified a man they say died of an apparent fall on May 16 at the Wild Rivers Recreation area. 72 year old Owen O'Keefe died after falling nearly 200 feet while hiking with … more

Taos County firefighters respond to a dozen suspicious fires in El Prado, Seco and Ranchos

 Updated May 18 at 1 p.m.. Firefighters from Taos and Hondo Seco fire departments extinguished a brush fire near the Millicent Rogers Museum in El Prado around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday night (May 16), according to Taos … more
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