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Despite last-ditch efforts, NurseAdvice line goes silent

The last call fielded by NurseAdvice New Mexico came just after 11 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. The young man on the line was a familiar patient with a high-risk medical history who was vomiting blood. Patty Walker, the nurse who answered his call, … more

Officials say Cimarrón River spill ‘cleaned,’ but questions remain

On Dec. 27, a tanker truck operated by the Fronk Oil Co. carrying 1,100 gallons of diesel fuel lost control and careened into a popular fishing spot along the Cimarrón River near Eagle Nest. Four days later, authorities said the spill had been … more

In memoriam, 2016

Editor’s note: Many nationally and internationally famous people died in 2016. The world lost some greats, from Muhammad Ali to John Glenn and Leonard Cohen. Northern New Mexico lost some greats, too. Here, we look at some who shaped the culture … more

Holy Cross: ‘Critical access’ would mean more money, few changes

Officials at Taos’ Holy Cross Hospital say they want to make changes that will improve revenue, but won’t “significantly change” the type of care the facility offers. For months, hospital administrators have been selling the idea of … more

First Taos baby of 2017 arrives

Holy Cross Hospital welcomed the first baby of 2017 to the ranks of Taos residents Jan. 2. Alexandra and Oliver Collignon are the parents of newborn boy Leo Wrigley Collignon, born at 3:14 p.m. and weighing in at 8 pounds, 5.1 ounces. Holy … more

Storm brings snow, closures to Taos area

The storm that entered the Taos area Thursday hasn't quite been the "snowpocalypse" that some forecasters predicted. But areas of Taos County have received anywhere from a couple inches of snow to 13 inches at Taos Ski Valley. With the snow and … more

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
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