Local news
642 results total, viewing 1 - 10
Several Taos-area students took home honors at the Northeastern New Mexico Regional Science Fair held March 11 at New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas. more
The Taos High cheer squad won 4A for the fourth year and the Questa Wildcats won their first A/2A state championship over the weekend in Albuquerque. more
Dr. Patrick L. Valdez, an experienced academic researcher and administrator, will take the helm July 1 as the chief executive officer of the University of New Mexico-Taos Branch Campus. University of … more
By Teresa Dovalpage What do you need to step out into spring? Be it beauty products, new outfits, candles, makeup, essential oils, nutritional supplements or even a family vacation, you are … more
The Freedom From Religion Foundation objects to the cross, saying that no matter the intent as a war memorial, its presence on public land means it is a blatant endorsement of Christianity. But local elected officials are standing behind veterans, vowing to fight tooth and nail to keep the cross on the Plaza. more
Samuel J. Smith III, of Taos Pueblo, has been named a 2017 New Century scholar, placing him among the top 200 community college students in the country. more
The saga over the signs of local gadfly Jeff Northrup seems to have struck a chord in Taos. Here's what some Taos News readers are thinking. more
David Montoya, manager of the Wolf Springs Ranch near the Río Grande Gorge west of Taos, found this owl caught on a fence Thursday morning (March 23). “It is beautiful,” Montoya … more
Josee L. Germond, a 65-year-old Taos resident, was reported missing March 7. A missing person notice was released by Taos County Crime Stoppers this week. It describes Germond as a 150-pound, … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 65 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.