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Missing Taos woman's spouse takes polygraph, PI fields questions

The rumors have continued to swirl since Holly Alcott White, 50, a Taos resident who was the former Taos Center for the Arts general manager, was reported missing May 6. Theories posited to explain White's disappearance have ranged from a … more

BLM sets meeting on national monument

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Taos Field Office will hold an inventory review meeting Tuesday (Jan. 24) on a travel and transportation evaluation process to assess public access needs within the Río Grande del Norte National Monument, also … more

Jan. 26 hearing set for defendant in attempted officer shooting case

Juan David Gonzalez, 30, who was arraigned Dec. 6 on misdemeanor and felony charges for the alleged attempted shooting of two New Mexico State Police officers, is set to appear for a preliminary hearing Jan. 26 in Taos County Magistrate … more

NM lawmakers move swiftly on solvency bills

For the third time in just over a year, New Mexico lawmakers have to find a way to balance the state's checkbook and pay outstanding bills before moving ahead with new initiatives. The state Senate and House of Representatives got started on that … more

Dems call for automatic voter registration

All eligible voters in New Mexico should be registered, and the government should do it for them automatically, three Democratic lawmakers said Wednesday in announcing a proposal to enshrine new election law in the state constitution. The … more

Legislative roundup, Jan. 19

Days remaining in session: 58 Video on demand: The New Mexico House of Representatives and Senate for years have webcast their proceedings live online. But the lawmaking bodies have not archived the videos, meaning viewers have not been able to … more

Know Your Neighbor: Russell to depart Super Save after long run as manager

Patrons of Super Save grocery store have become very accustomed to the familiar face of its manager, Rusty Russell. However, the familiarity will start to fade Jan. 27 when store ownership changes to Lowe's Market of Littlefield, Texas. “I've … more

Legislative roundup, Jan. 18

Days remaining in session: 59 Ban the box: Two lawmakers have introduced a bill that would prohibit private businesses from asking about an applicant's criminal record on an initial job application. Senate Bill 78 by Sen. Bill O'Neill, … more

Rep. Bobby Gonzales keeps chairmanship under new House leader

Brian Egolf, on his first night as speaker of the New Mexico House of Representatives, selected nine committee chairmen and chairwomen who will be in leadership jobs for the first time. Egolf, D-Santa Fe, on Tuesday also expanded the number of … more

Learning Curve: Know these tips to leverage financial aid options for school

Applying to college or vocational school is a process with lots of moving parts, and one is how to pay for your schooling. The good news is that financial aid from the U.S. Department of Education can help. The first step is to complete the Free … more
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