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In Native-led fight, Taos stands out

Steely gray clouds clung to the densely forested crevasses of Taos Mountain on a morning in early November. The day promised sheets of bone-chilling rain and the first snowfall of the season. As more than 200 people gathered near the río flowing at … more

Dollar General hit by armed robbers; suspects still at large

Three masked men brandishing handguns robbed the Dollar General store on the south end of Taos on the evening of Dec. 20. A local resident notified law enforcement after witnessing three men enter the store wearing masks and dark clothing. The … more

A big thank you to our 2016 ‘Favor y Contra’ contributors

A A. Hart Allex, A.K. Stillman, Abe Martin, Adele E. Zimmermann, Alan H. Maestas, Alan Macrae, Albert Gene Hunsaker III, Albert Spungen, Alex Limkin, Alexis Rykken, Alfred Trujillo, Alma Lones, Amanda Bent, Ana R. Klenicki, Anita Rodriguez, … more

Officials urge New Mexicans to prepare for winter storm ‘Helena’

A winter storm moving into northern and central New Mexico over the next two days has caught the attention of state officials.New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez has activated the New Mexico emergency operations center (EOC) in preparation for winter … more

Taos Burger King closes

If you get a hankering for a Whopper, you'll have to drive a little further now. Taos' only Burger King, located at 710 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, appears to have closed its doors for good. The Burger King is located in the busy shopping center … more

Taos under winter storm warning; strong winds at TSV

Colder temperatures, winds and the potential for several inches of snow is coming to the Taos area. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for much of Northern New Mexico, saying rain and snow are likely. The temperature is … more

Court rejects shorter jail term for Velarde man in $1.3M fraud case

An accountant from Velarde sentenced to federal prison for stealing Social Security numbers and other personal information to claim more than $1.3 million in unemployment benefits has lost his appeal for a reduced sentence. The defendant, Jasonn … more

Questa water crisis ebbs as village eyes long-term fixes

Paula Trujillo prayed every night for the resolve to deal with a water outage in Questa that left her home and family without running water for more than a month. “Lord, just give me more patience,” Trujillo said in an interview Jan. 3. “I … more

Year included forest thinning momentum; development ire; and a still struggling job market

Maybe it was the devastation wrought by recent forest fires elsewhere in New Mexico. Or maybe it’s the fear that climate change is going to wreak even more havoc in decades to come. But forest and watershed restoration efforts in Northern New … more

Year in review: Behavioral health gets attention, but services grow more scarce

It was late November 2015 when the detox facility in Taos unexpectedly closed its doors. More than a year later, Taos is still without a facility. While local elected officials have given more attention to the issue of behavioral health, other … more
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