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NM solar industry says tariff will kill jobs

Executives at solar energy companies in New Mexico say this week’s decision by President Donald Trump to impose a tariff on imported solar cells will slow the installation of new systems and kill … more

Veterans, active-duty personnel to be honored by state Legislature

Military veterans and active-duty personnel will be honored at the State Capitol in Santa Fe Jan. 31 at noon during Military and Veterans Day at the 2018 Legislature. more

2018 New Mexico Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

January 23, 2018: The Taos News brings you a live stream of the forum for the Democratic contenders for the party's nomination for governor. more

Taos News sneak peek

Here's what we have cooking for this week's paper — Democratic governor candidates duke it out, the cost of recycling, a deputy shoots a pit bull, plus sports, arts, weather and a little astrology. more

A lobbyist for everyone?

Only 328 people live in Red River, but even they have a lobbyist. more

Senator calls for education chief to resign

State Sen. Linda Lopez is calling for the head of the New Mexico Public Education Department to resign over comments... more

Legislative roundup

Days remaining in session: 23 Against the wall: In her State of the State address last week, Gov. Susana Martinez called for building more infrastructure on the border. "Relax Mr. Speaker," the … more

Commission on Disability: free training in Taos

The New Mexico Governor's Commission on Disability is hosting two days of free training in Taos. Presented by The Taos County Chamber of Commerce, the training is for all who serve the public and … more

Congress agrees to short-term funding fix

Update: Jan. 23, 7 a.m. Congress agreed to a three-week spending bill late Monday (Jan. 22), allowing the government to temporarily reopen today. A second federal shutdown could occur Feb. 8 unless a long-term spending bill is reached.
While lawmakers in Washington, D.C. wrangled Monday morning (Jan. 22) for a solution to reopen the federal government, local offices of national agencies were still trying to officially close their … more

Weekend storm dumps more than foot of snow in ski areas

The far northern part of the county was the most impacted by the winter storm, followed by all three Taos County ski areas. more
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