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New Mexico is at a turning point. Under the direction of a new governor, the state is about to try shifting both its energy sources and its economy away from dependence on fossil fuels and toward renewable energy. more
A sweeping public lands conservation package that passed the U.S. Senate on Tuesday with overwhelming support from both parties would establish 13 new wilderness areas in New Mexico, the largest land designation in a single year since 1980. more
New Mexico Land Commissioner Stephanie García Richard will be part of the panel discussion. more
Drivers passing over the Río Grande Gorge Bridge on Thursday (Jan. 31) might have thought it strange when Curly O’Connor, founder of the Gorge Bridge Safety Network, extended a thumbs-up … more
The mail in election for the continuance of the two mill levy vote passed in two of the three Taos County districts. more
Brent Jaramillo, the deputy county manager, will be assuming the top administrative job at Taos County on March 1.  The current manager, Leandro Cordova, announced his resignation at the end … more
Monday (Feb. 4) — Cannabis discussion. Taos United will be hosting a discussion about the pros and cons of legalizing recreational cannabis Monday (Feb. 4) from 5:30 to 7 p.m. State … more
Congressman Ben Ray Luján made his way to Taos Friday (Feb. 1) to visit various groups around town and to discuss needs and concerns of the communities. Starting off at Taos Pueblo, Lujan and his … more
The House Education Committee on Monday (Jan. 28) unanimously approved four bills aimed at helping the state's at-risk students - including those in Taos County - … more
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