Case dismissed against man accused in Taos crash that killed two

A vehicular homicide case filed against Juan Espinoza, 22, of Bakersfield, California was dismissed this month.
The 8th Judicial District Attorney's Office in Taos has dimissed a case filed against a Bakersfield, California man who was charged in a car crash that killed two people and caused a third a …
Students work to fill boxes of food at the Taos National Guard Armory. About 1,000 food boxes were prepared for those in need in Taos County during Taos Feeds Taos, an event that’s been held for 30 years.
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Taos Feeds Taos seeks volunteers to prep food baskets

The food will be distributed to qualifying families Thursday and Friday, Dec. 20-21 in Taos, Peñasco, Questa, Cerro, Costilla and Amalia.

N.M. among worst in nation for auto crashes that kill children

New Mexico has the fifth-highest rate of traffic crash deaths in the nation and the second-highest rate of child fatalities from crashes...
Morgan TimmsJeff Spicer as George Bailey, left, rehearses with Blair Jackson, as Potter.
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Taos Onstage presents 'It's a Wonderful Life' dinner-theater performance

For the third time since 2013, Taos Onstage presents "It's a Wonderful Life" as a dinner-theater performance.
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Success Story: Creative Framing

At Creative Framing, the staff is immersed in art. For more than 30 years, the artists and collectors in Taos have trusted Creative Framing to preserve and frame their paintings and other art.
Christmas Eve at San Francisco de Asís Church taken by John Collier Jr. in 1942. "I believe Christmas is the most important day of the year. It is a commemoration of the coming of Our Lord."
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Memories of a Christmas Past

In the past, during my parents' early years,  people celebrated Christmas in a very different way than we do today. It was a time for worship, people getting ready for the coming of the Messiah, Christ our King.
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Taos students speak up about global climate change

Vista Grande High School students walked  two miles, supervised by teachers, from their school to the Taos County Administration Complex today (Dec.  14). Despite the chilly 20º …


Video: 2018 Lighting of Ledoux

Each year, the merchants and museums along historic Ledoux Street in Taos, New Mexico USA open their doors for a holiday tradition called "Lighting of Ledoux." So-called because of the numerous farolitos and bonfires ...

Movie review: ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’
The new feature, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” pretty much puts to shame all of the animated super-hero fare in our own …
Lots of people photograph Taos, but Chris Dahl-Bedrine does it from the sky
Local Taos photographer Chris Dahl-Bredine pilots a trike, a powered hang glider where flight control is achieved by weight shifting. …
Two historic art galleries of Taos will be closing Dec. 31
The heart of Taos art is being squeezed a little this year with the closure of Spirit Runner Gallery and Total Arts Gallery as of Dec. …
What's happening in Taos this week?
Old Saint Nick is polishing his boots and checking his sleigh to make sure everything is set to go. Here, in Taos, locals are busily …
'Nutcracker' with a Taos twist
"Until one feels the spirit of Christmas, there is no Christmas. All else is outward display - so much tinsel and decorations. For it …
Robert Mirabal plans annual holiday show
This is a town that cherishes its holiday traditions. Since 1992, one of the most deeply loved of these traditions has been an annual …
¿Habla usted Spam-glish? read by Larry Torres

  • Canutito tended to be un poco 'puchilame'
  • 'El Duendito Juan' had good cleaning habits
  • Grampo went from de malas a peor
  • Canutito hace un Thanksgiving Hunt a la medianoche
  • The Spirit is willing pero la carne es débil
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Taos Tiger wrestler signs with Adam State

In a ceremony at Taos High School on Wednesday (Dec. 5), Tyler Valencia made public his pledge to wrestle as part of the Adams State College team in Alamosa, …

Christmas tree traditions: looking to the past and the future
In addition to lighting the dark nights, decorating the Christmas tree is central to holiday celebrations here. Longtime Taoseños …
'Snap That Plant' contest produces winning photos
Back in the summer, you may have read in this column about the statewide native plant photo contest, "Snap That Plant!" sponsored by …
Is that Christmas holly?
Yerba de la sangre is often mistaken for holly due to the shape of its leaves.
Public invited to participate in 119th annual bird count
Count volunteers follow specified routes, counting every bird they see or hear all day. It's not just a species tally. All birds are …
Recipe: A holiday pork to prepare ahead
I look for an impressive entree that I can prepare ahead: something I can combine with a couple of elegant but easy side dishes and …
Can you dish it? Creative recipes from Taos students
Five Taos students share their creative recipes for side dishes, breads, and cakes.

N.M. officials expect smaller windfall as oil’s volatility lies beneath budget

The budget forecast is certain to stir debate over how much money New Mexico policymakers should set aside in case shock waves rattle the global energy market.

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