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The Navajo Code Talkers were not so much the silent warriors of World War II as they were the indecipherable heroes of the Japanese theater of combat.
The Code Talkers, many of whom were from New …
By Robert Nott
The New Mexican |
1/31/18 06:28 AM
It's been a tumultuous first year of President Donald Trump's presidency.
1/30/18 03:57 PM
A meeting of a citizens' council for the the Bureau of Land Management in Northern New Mexico is meeting today (Jan. 30) for the first time since 2016.
The gathering of the Resource Advisory …
By Cody Hooks
1/30/18 01:13 PM
The "Full Super Snow Blue Blood Moon" occurring tonight (Jan 30) is a rare lunar event. The last time it happened was in 1866 so you don't want to miss this. Hope for clear skies and follow this …
By Gary Zientara |
1/30/18 12:39 PM
The Starbucks Coffeeshop opened to the public Monday morning (Jan. 29) inside the Albertsons Market at 710A Paseo del Pueblo Sur.
By Rick Romancito |
1/29/18 08:42 AM
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police Department reports from Jan. 17-22.
7:23 a.m. Animal stray, Pat Woodall Gallery – A brown dog was tied to a tree, and no one …
1/28/18 12:14 PM
The fate of spring sports at Questa High School is in question after reports that the Questa Schools District could scuttle baseball and track.
By Arcenio J. Trujillo, The Taos News |
1/27/18 12:00 PM
For 20 years, recycling efforts in Taos have been directed at saving space and extending the life of the landfill. But the practice of recycling may not be as friendly on the wallets and as effective …
By Jesse Moya
1/26/18 01:43 PM
Perhaps the least rancorous debate of New Mexico's legislative session ended Thursday with a unanimous decision that satisfied no one.
A committee of nine lawmakers from both political parties …
By Milan Simonich
The New Mexican |
1/26/18 01:15 PM