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While coronavirus shut down most of the U.S. economy, first responders, essential workers and healthcare providers remained on the job, unable to work from home, throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. These Heroes and Heroines of the pandemic in Taos are those with a skill set essential to our survival, who put themselves in harm's way every day by showing up to work.  more
Friday's (June 19) Juneteenth Block Party brought dozens of Taoseños to Revolt Gallery in Taos. The celebration included live music, poetry, dance and art by local Black creatives. All … more
In the absence of a graduation ceremony, the Angel Fire community found a novel way to celebrate Moreno Valley High School's Class of 2020.  The Seniors Parade  more
During the most solemn and significant days of the church year, local churches are implementing "shelter-in-place" worship by livestreaming their services.  more
The spread of the novel coronavirus  throughout New Mexico has altered the daily life of Taoseños and Northern New Mexicans. Schools have close, people are working from home and dozens of … more
Before the pandemic hit the fan last week, the Taos Seed Exchange provided a free community service to gardeners, farmers and seed enthusiasts on Saturday (March 14) at Earthgoods, 120 Bertha Street, Taos. more
As ski resorts close throughout the region to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort continued a long-held tradition Sunday (March 16,) at its 17th annual cardboard derby. As … more
A day to remember [Photo gallery]
The No. 1 Peñasco Lady Panthers and No. 2 Mescalero Apache Chiefs faced off in the Girls 2A state championship on Friday (March 13) at the Pit – and with 0 fans in attendance.  more
To commemorate National Education Association’s Read Across America Day, dozens of Taos organizations came together in a weeklong celebration to promote reading among area youth. The annual nationwide initiative coincides with the birthday of renowned children’s book author Dr. Seuss, creator of classics including ‘The Cat in the Hat’ and ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas!’ more
The sounds of traditional New Mexican string music and rich folk tunes filled Taos Community Auditorium on Saturday (Feb. 29) as community members enjoyed the Living Room Concert featuring Lone Piñon. Taos Center for the Arts launched the Living Room Concerts on Feb. 6 in hopes of highlighting emerging singer-songwriters. more
More than 1,000 miles from Louisiana, Mardi Gras celebrations resounded in the snow-capped mountains of Red River over the weekend (Feb. 22-23), drawing crowds from all over the country. more
On Friday (Feb. 14), Taoseños came together on Taos Plaza to rise up in solidarity for a world free from violence and oppression. Inspired by the statistic that one billion women and children are raped or beaten in their lifetime, the global One Billion Rising movement included a flash-mob dance to the song ‘Break the Chain,’ wellness activity tables, poetry readings and a march through town. more
In celebration of Valentine's Day, V-Day and the power of love, Tempo invited a few women artists in Taos to share some love. more
Decorated local artist and printmaker Sarah Hart celebrated a milestone anniversary over the weekend (Feb. 7-9) with a three-day-long show at Stables Art Gallery. Hart's bold, intricate prints filled the space, with T-shirts and posters lining the walls and cards, accessories and other treasures also on offer. more
Competitors waxed their shovels and took to the slopes at Angel Fire for the 40th, and, according to organizers, the final World Championship Shovel Races on Jan. 30-Feb. 2. more
Taos News reporter Jesse Moya was on the scene at the Arithmetic hip-hop show at the Mothership last Friday (Jan. 31).He caught the vibe and the beats through his lens. more
Here are a few of the weather photos you've shared with us on Facebook: more
Nearly 450 community members crowded in the Taos Youth and Family Center, at 407 Paseo del Cañón East, on Friday (Jan. 24) for an afternoon of fun, education and exploration. more
Ice fishermen and women were on the ice before dawn Saturday (Jan. 25) for the ninth annual  Eagle Nest Lake State Park Ice Fishing Tournment. Despite early-morning temperatures in the single digits, hundreds of competitors travelled from throughout the region  to vie for the cash prizes and awards.  more
As the sun crested the Manzano Mountains in Valencia County, matanzeros were already tending their fires and getting ready for a day full of cooking.  more
About 100 activists gathered on Taos Plaza on Saturday (Jan. 18) to celebrate women and take part in a version of the nationwide Women's March. Now in its fourth year, Taos Women Rising provided a space for women and allies to advocate for equality, climate change justice, reproductive rights and immigration, among various other issues. more
As snow and wind descended on northern New Mexico Thursday and Friday (Jan. 16-17, 2020), locals and visitors alike braved the elements. more
John Denne, a freelance photographer who graciously submits sports photos for the newspaper, and Matthew Narvaiz, the Taos News sports editor, both attended the Northern Río Grande Tournament, which spanned from Thursday (Jan. 2) to Saturday (Jan. 4) at Pojoaque Valley High School's Ben Luján Gymnasium, and shot photos of two Taos County teams in Questa and Peñasco.  more
Despite below-freezing temperatures, friends and loved ones gathered on Taos Plaza  and at Taos Ski Valley  to celebrate  entering a new decade.   more
Some of the year's  best photos, by award-winning Taos News photographer Morgan Timms: more
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