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A New Mexico climate activist with Navajo roots plans to challenge state House Speaker Brian Egolf for his seat in 2020, her campaign said Tuesday. more
In a news conference Tuesday (Dec. 10), House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerrold Nadler and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced two articles of impeachment against President Trump. more
Tuesday (Dec. 10) The town of Taos council will meet for their regular meeting at 4 p.m.  and will hear an overview on the 2019 PASEO event. The event caused a controversy in September when community members began discussing what is and isn't art to be allowed in the event after an edgy performance piece by La Pocha Nostra.  more
Watch C-SPAN 's live stream coverage of the Judiciary Committee impeachment inquiry hearing: more
Notepads were scattered all over reporter Steve Terrell's desk as he foraged through various drawers in anticipation of cleaning them out before his final day in the office. In doing so, he uncovered a slew of hidden treasures. Hearing aid batteries. Plastic packets of ketchup ["Probably 14 years old," he said.] A Donny Osmond button. A copy of his 1981 music CD, Picnic Time for Potatoheads. And empty folders -- lots of empty folders. more
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham this week appointed Taos Magistrate Court Judge Jeff Shannon to fill a vacancy left by former Eighth Judicial District Court Judge Jeff McElroy, who retired from the bench in Taos on Oct. 31. more
A Latina New Mexico anti-abortion advocate and member of the Navajo Nation announced Wednesday that she is running for U.S. Senate as a Republican. more
The regular scheduled Taos historic Preservation Commission meeting has been canceled for this week.  more
The fate of a ballot question the Taos County clerk failed to put on the ballot in two of the county's precincts is still up in the air. more
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham asked four counties for their pick to finish out the District 6 term of the late Sen. Carlos Cisneros, a longtime powerful lawmaker from northern Taos County. The governor has two names now and could end up with a third. more
After a Thursday special meeting, the Río Arriba County Commission chose representative Roberto “Bobby” Gonzales as their choice for the New Mexico District 6 Senate seat.  more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will have at least two names to consider when she decides whom to appoint to replace the late state Sen. Carlos Cisneros. more
After a 3-2 vote by the Taos County commissioners, New Mexico Congressman Roberto “Bobby” Gonzales was selected as the name the commission will send to the governor for the District 6 Senate seat consideration.  more
Angel Fire will have a new mayor with the new year after Jo Mixon defeated incumbent Charles Howe by 50 votes in the Tuesday (Nov. 5) municipal election. more
Questa voters voiced loud and clear dissatisfaction with the governance of their schools yesterday, electing two new members by landslide majorities to replace incumbents Daryl Ortega and Ellis Garcia. more
Update: 9:15 p.m. Questa voters resoundingly said no to two school board incumbents, installing new voices to oversee the troubled school district. With all but the absentee ballots counted, board president Daryl Ortega was defeated 677 to 118 by Juan Cisneros.  more
 Election day is Tuesday (Nov. 5) with polls open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. In Taos County, voters will choose school board members in three districts plus vote on sales taxes in two water and sanitation districts. Angel Fire voters will choose a new mayor and fill three village council positions. more
The Questa Independent Schools Board oversees policies and a $3.1 million budget for a district that has 283 students and 50 staff and teachers. The district has faced a multitude of challenges in the last several years including a revolving door of superintendents and teachers. more
The Questa Independent Schools Board oversees policies and a $3.1 million budget for a district that has 283 students and 50 staff and teachers. The district has faced a multitude of challenges in the last several years including a revolving door of superintendents and teachers. more
The Taos School Board creates policies and oversees a budget of approximately $19.1 million for a district that has 2,138 students and 444 teachers and staff. Board members serve four-year terms. All of the candidates are running unopposed this year. more
The Peñasco School Board oversees policies and a budget of $4.5 million for a district that has 362 students and 71 staff and teachers. more
The Peñasco School Board oversees policies and a budget of $4.5 million for a district that has 362 students and 71 staff and teachers. The School Board  Position 4 slot is held by  incumbent Dorthy C. Lopez-Sherman, who is running unopposed. more
The municipal judge is elected to a four-year term and handles mostly city cases such as traffic tickets and other petty misdemeanor cases. more
The most contested 2019 race on the ballot for the village of Angel Fire is for the two council seats up for grabs for four-year terms in the village. The top two vote getters out of six candidates will fill the two seats. more
Former Mayor Barbara Cottam resigned from her seat in June, which brought mayor pro tem and village councilor Charles Howe to the seat. After this shuffle on the council, one seat was left vacant, which was filled by Susan Peterson. more
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