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A recovery team trekked into the West Basin of Taos Ski Valley on Wednesday (May 27) and recovered a set of human remains believed to be those of John McCoy, a 72-year-old skier who disappeared while … more
For the foreseeable future, the Village of Taos Ski Valley has elected to hold its regular meetings via electronic format.  Due to Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s public health order amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the village has decided to move its meetings to an online format with electronic participation from the public.  more
Following the announcement that a man in his 50s had tested positive for COVID-19 at Holy Cross Medical Center on Tuesday (March 17), the Edelweiss Lodge and Spa in Taos Ski Valley posted a notice to its website warning visitors that a guest who was there from March 11-17 had tested positive for the virus. more
Could a proposed overhaul of the federal environmental review process affect public input on land and water projects here in Taos County? With more than 55 percent of land ownership in the county in the hands of federal agencies, local answers range from “profound” effects to “they’re just proposals.” more
The election of Neal King and reelection of Tom Wittman to the Village of Taos Ski Valley Village Council Tuesday (March 3) highlights a long-running conflict of interest for village governance. more
A woman driving to Taos Ski Valley Thursday night (March 5) died after she struck a guardrail on State Road 150, rolled roughly 400 yards down an embankment and was ejected from her vehicle. more
Rhoda Blake (1918-2015), first lady and ski pioneer of Taos Ski Valley, is the star of Founders Day this Saturday (March 7), when her children Mickey, Wendy and Peter Blake gather together to remember this iconic force of nature who practically built the ski valley from the ground up. more
Neal King and Tom Wittman, both veterans, tied with 60 votes each to garner the two open seats on the Village of Taos Ski Valley council in an unofficial tally of ballots cast Tuesday (March 3).   more
New Mexico has a long history of winemaking, especially along the Río Grande, beginning in 1629, when Franciscan friar García de Zúñiga and a Capuchín monk named Antonio de Arteaga planted the first wine grapes in Santa Fe de Nuevo México. more
Taos County Sheriff’s deputies, along with Taos Ski Valley authorities and other agencies, are searching for a man reported last seen on Jan. 2. more
Over the past few years extraordinary efforts have been made to enhance the health of our forests, reduce wildfire risk and protect the source waters throughout New Mexico. The Nature Conservancy of … more
The Borromeo String Quartet is a group of very busy musicians. In addition to their many performing and recording commitments, they pay it forward academically as ensemble-in-residence … more
Taos Ski Valley celebrated the end of a long, snowy season on Sunday (March 7) with its annual Pond Skimming Championships.Dozens of fearless skiers and snowboarders attempted to skim across a pool … more
Get ready to dazzle your home or business with a "steal" from Anee Ward's collection of "renewed" works of art at unbelievable prices. But that's what auctions are all about, unless you square up … more
Taos Ski Valley has the magic of being the creation and the vision of one person: Ernie Blake. more
Quite a bit of activity that goes on at the base of Taos Ski Valley prior to operations surrounds Ski Patrol prep — checking out the snowmobiles, necessary equipment, loading the chairs and a … more
There is flurry of daily activity at Taos Ski Valley prior to the opening of the lifts including shoveling the Magic Carpet.  more
A special meeting has been scheduled for Thursday afternoon (Jan. 31) at the Taos County Commission Chambers to offer resources to people affected by this month's fatal avalanche at Taos Ski Valley … more
Officials have confirmed the identity of the skier killed Thursday (Jan. 17)  in an inbounds avalanche at Taos Ski Valley as Matthew Zonghetti, 26, of Mansfield, Massachusetts. more
One man has died and another remains hospitalized with critical injuries after an avalanche buried them near Kachina Peak on Thursday (Jan. 17) in Taos Ski Valley. more
Its first season was in 1963, making the Taos School of Music is the oldest summer chamber music program in the country and a Taos treasure.The late Chilton Anderson, one of the … more
Once the kids are back in school, it’s time for the adults to come out and play. With wine tastings, gourmet food, outdoor adventures, lectures and live music, the annual Summer Wine Festival at Taos Ski Valley Resort is ... more
The 13th Annual Up and Over organizers could not have picked a better day to have a race at Taos Ski Valley. more
The ultimate summer challenge is here.The 13th Annual Up and Over 10K slated for Saturday (Aug. 4) is ready to welcome trail runners and mountain lovers alike for a sloped jaunt. more
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