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Balloons over Angel Fire launches June 15

Do something special for Father's Day weekend June 15-17 by visiting the free Balloons Over Angel Fire event.More than 40 hot-air balloons lift off into the mountain skies over Angel Fire in the … more

Incumbents take near sweep in Taos County primary

In Tuesday's primary election, Taos County incumbents largely came away unscathed, even in hotly contested races. With all 36 precincts reporting, Jerry Hogrefe retained his seat as sheriff while … more

2018 Primary election unofficial results - Taos County - as of 9:30 p.m. June 5

All 36 precincts reporting; all but federal provisional ballots: more

2018 Primary Election Results

Taos County has several contentious races that could be close as results roll in from the Secretary of State's office. Aside from statewide positions for Governor, Lt. Governor, Auditor and Land … more

Taos County polls fill up for lunch

Taos County voters took time out of their lunch breaks to stop by the various polls and cast their votes for the 2018 primary elections. From Costilla to Peñasco, voters earned their … more

Voters head to the polls in Taos County

Polls opened at 7 a.m. for the primary election Tuesday (June 5). Bernice Valerio, and her co-helpers in Precinct 19 arrived at 6 a.m. to take up their positions at the table in the Ranchos … more

Comcast internet service restored in Taos after five day outage

June 5, 7:00 a.m. update – After five days, Comcast service was restored in Taos Tuesday (June 5). more

Primary election 2018 - List of precinct sites with addresses

June 5 update  -Taos County Bureau of Elections provided this updated list. Any questions, please call them at (575) 737-6400.   more

June 1 Cimarron village councilor Matthew Gonzales Facebook Livestream update

Via Facebook Livestream on Friday, June 1 at 1:04 p.m., village councilor Matthew Gonzales gave an update. more

Rain helps dampen 36,000 acre Ute Park Fire

12:50 p.m. update - Cimarron residents are being allowed to return home today (June 4) with the threat from the Ute Park blaze abated. Ute Park residents are still under a mandatory evacuation order. Cimarron residents are being allowed to return home in phases, with the first group allowed to return at noon, according to fire officials on NMfireinfo.com. Fire managers still consider the fire only 23 percent contained … more
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