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When it was announced in May of 2018 that the Couse Foundation of Taos had been given a $600,000 grant to create an archive and research center in the Mission Gallery building on Kit Carson Road, … more
The Abeyta Water Rights settlement was years in the making, but 2019 looks to be the year that some ideas written into the massive court negotiation are finally tested in the real world. Most … more
Fans of the decades-old Taos Pueblo Powwow were dismayed when the organizers... more
As soon as the Taos County Youth jail on Albright Street was closed in June 2018, efforts to reopen the facility as a youth treatment center started to gain steam. more
This could be the Year of Cannabis. First, the federal government has given the green light to hemp, pot’s incredibly useful cousin, paving the way for local farmers to explore growing this … more
More than once in the last few decades, someone has tried to start commercial flights out of the airport. more
We’ve listed 19 people, places and unfolding situations we think will impact Taos and Taos County.  more
It’s difficult to go long in Taos without at least one visit to Holy Cross Hospital. But as the rural medical facility plans to draw on additional tax support from the Taos community in the … more
Congratulations, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, on the beginning of your journey leading the state. We agree with so much of what you talked about in your inaugural speech Jan. 1 as you took the helm of a troubled state. more
Like most years, 2018 had its share of triumphs and tragedies. more
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