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Changing a popular TSV trail, building bike paths face torn reactions

Re-routing part of Williams Lake Trail and building 7 miles of new mountain biking trails are small potatoes for the U.S. Forest Service. But about half of the people who weighed in on the idea aren't into it.

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Mysterious force

Michelle Adam wrote her first novel lying on the floor of her living room.She had a musculoskeletal injury that kept her from being able to walk for two years. The novel, she says, …

  • The joy of sax

    By Laura BulkinThe Taos Jazz Bebop Society is 4 years old and busier than ever.Friday (June 22), in …

  • What's happening in Taos?

    Summer's here and the entertainment scene is ramping up in Taos County. Here's a rundown of some events …

  • This is what it's all about

    These days, Dwayne Ortega is busy playing music with his band. He's booked for two or three nights most …

  • Art of words

    Art. It's a small word, only three letters, but powerful in the gradations it lends to our histories, …

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Sports

Best NM shooters to gather at TCC, vying to be "King and Queen of the Rockies"

Archers from all around New Mexico and the Southwest are slated to converge on Taos to participate in the first-ever "King and Queen of the …

Lifestyles

Native Roots courses explore ancient health knowledge

Centuries ago, before the advent of modern medicine, people healed themselves. This summer, Native Roots in Taos wants to share those techniques with you.This summer, Native Roots is …

Business

A little loan to keep biz going

When Nick Harrison couldn't persuade his mom to let him buy her trophy shop in Oregon, he moved with his wife to New Mexico and bought a complementary business in Albuquerque.Harrison purchased The …

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