Most of us are cooking at home these days thanks to self-quarantine. And like everyone else who has been to the grocery store lately, I am having a hard time finding some of the foods I usually like to cook. Although grocery stores are scrambling to safely restock and replenish their shelves, these shortages are a reminder to get creative and not to waste a thing.
During his 27 years in business, financial adviser Billy Knight has weathered Black Monday [Oct. 19] in 1987, the invasion of Kuwait in 1990, the Asian financial crisis of 1997, the bursting of the dot-com bubble in 2000 and the recession of 2008-09.
The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from March 26-29
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New Mexico State Police issued a press release Saturday morning (March 28) stating that El Prado resident and local musician Gloria Jaime Mandala has been "located," but did not indicate whether the …
El Prado resident Gloria Jaime Mandala is missing and may be in danger, according to a press release from New Mexico State Police.
Taos attorney Sara Blankenhorn has been appointed as the new judge in Taos Magistrate Court, the Office of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham confirmed on Monday (March 16).
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An open letter to Governor Michelle Lujan-Grisham and House Speaker Brian Egolf.
The state Republican Party filed a lawsuit Tuesday in the New Mexico Supreme Court that aims to block an effort by more than two dozen county clerks to conduct the June primary election by mail.The lawsuit contends a mail-in primary election offers no ballot security and could lead to voter fraud.
A key New Mexico lawmaker on budgetary matters said state revenue could fall short of projections by $1.5 billion to $2 billion amid the COVID-19 pandemic and low oil prices - a bigger hole than legislators anticipated just two weeks ago.
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For hundreds of years, Taoseños have embraced the annual tradition of cleaning the acequias for the spring.
The runoff from melting winter snowpacks in the mountains brings the water needed to grow countless crops across the county, which people use to feed both themselves and the community. This year, concerns and mandates over the COVID-19 pandemic could hinder that process and change the tradition for the time being.
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New Mexico's five national forests including the Carson National Forest, will begin closing developed recreation sites as early as Monday (March 23), to align with state and local steps already taken to contain the outbreak of the COVID-19 illness.
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As the state braces for a potential COVID-19 medical crisis, New Mexico's rural hospitals have taken a severe financial blow and are worried about their futures under federal guidelines and a state order to forgo elective medical treatments, a primary source of their revenue.Most of New Mexico's hospitals already were suspending elective treatments with the aim of creating more bed space in intensive care units and shifting personnel to emergency teams to battle the pandemic.
Taos Ski Valley Mayor Christof Brownell is discouraging visitors from coming to the village of Taos Ski Valley to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
In an executive order signed Friday (March 27), the village is asking visitors not to enter the valley until the end of the emergency. In addition, Brownell has ordered all nonmedical businesses to close for the time being.
MVD to waive late fees Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham issued an order Monday (March 30) waiving most late fees and other penalties assessed by the Motor Vehicle Division since March 11, when she first …
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