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Taos Milagro Rotary Club to issue six $1,000 community grants

The Taos Milagro Rotary Club “Community Grants Program” will make six $1,000 grants in mid-February. Organizers said the grants are responsive to the needs of the local community. “We seek to impact Taos County by increasing … more

New Year's Day fire destroys mobile home

An early morning fire in a mobile home on New Year's Day, Jan. 1, brought Taos Emergency Services to fight the flames and determine if there were any injuries. Law enforcement at the scene stated the person who was in the home apparently escaped … more

Questa officials say progress made on water outages

Village of Questa officials say they are making strides to resolve the ongoing water outages that have affected a majority of the village for weeks."Overnight there were substantial gains in water storage, all pressures held and were checked every … more

New year of hope comes for more New Mexico chimps

After years of work by advocates to stop the breeding and alleged abuse of chimpanzees in invasive research laboratories, good news has come for chimps held in New Mexico. Officials with Animal Protection of New Mexico (APNM) have shared photos … more

Taos man’s disappearance stumps family, authorities

Frankie Martin seemed bound to turn up someplace. After all, Taos is a small town. But in the eight months since Martin, 26, walked out the door of a corner store near Taos, no one has reported seeing or hearing from him. The disappearance of … more

Carson National Forest to host workshop on forest restoration project grants

Carson National Forest officials will host a workshop about grant writing to assist individuals and organizations interested in submitting grant proposals for the “Collaborative Forest Restoration Program,” or CFRP. The CFRP was signed into … more

Couple wants to spur future Aggies from Taos

Anthony and Kristin Chavez have established a New Mexico State University scholarship for students from Taos and surrounding counties. The scholarship is officially named the “Anthony and Kristin Graham Chavez Endowed Scholarship.” Anthony … more

Consider these 10 financial resolutions for the new year

The first of the year brings both the promise of new beginnings and the burden of self-improvement. Fueled by the nostalgia of the holidays and armed with a year’s worth of regrets, some 45 percent of Americans decide to make New Year’s … more

Chaco concern spurs Taos gathering

Beata Tsosie-Pena of Tewa Women United, took questions after speaking about controversial fracking technology and its impact on the San Juan Basin in the northwestern portion of New Mexico. Specifically, a group gathered to discuss various issues … more

Republican sponsors bill to require audit of governor’s annual fund

The governor’s contingency fund — the only state government fund not subject to audit — would become more transparent under a bill filed for consideration during the upcoming session of the New Mexico Legislature. Senate Bill 27, sponsored … more
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