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Former LANL director discusses N. Korea south nuclear agenda

One of the world's foremost nuclear weapons experts spoke to dozens of people in Los Alamos on Sunday evening (Jan. 28) about North Korea's development of a nuclear … more

Hearing reveals car crash defendant may have been shot at, chased before fatal collision

A California man charged with killing two people and gravely injuring another during a September car crash in Taos County may have been shot at and chased by another vehicle just before the fatal collision … more

The Docket

The following is a selected overview of case activity in the Taos County court system. All dates and times are subject to change. Trials April 9 Requildo Cárdenas, jury trial – … more

Police blotter Jan. 24-29

The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from Jan. 24-29. more

Running out of cash, Holy Cross officials to seek approval to tap mill levy funds

As Holy Cross Hospital slides perilously close to running out of cash and not meeting payroll, it plans to ask the county for permission to use mill levy revenues for payroll if … more

Wired Café closes for winter season – and maybe for good

Twenty years ago, a handful of customers arrived at the door of an old house tucked among the trees on La Posta Road in Taos. The first came for counseling and mediation services provided by local … more

Taos town candidates field questions, layout platforms

Candidates for the 2018 Taos Municipal elections gathered Thursday (Feb. 1) at the Bataan Hall at University of New Mexico - Taos for a public forum where they answered questions ranging from how … more

Taos enjoys rare lunar show

Mother nature came through and gave us mostly clear skies to view this once in a lifetime event: a "full super snow blue blood moon" on Tuesday (Jan. 30).A supermoon, … more

While they still can, locals speak out on drilling issues

It's unclear what power the council will be able to exercise going forward, but community advocates in Farmington are ready to use whatever venues for public involvement are left. more

Pipeline update: Feb. 1-7, 2018

The end is in sight, figuratively speaking anyway. Crews realigning a natural gas pipeline in the Río Grande Gorge "have about 1 mile remaining to reach the south end of the project area, … more
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