Taos News Sneak Peek – March 7

By Cody Hooks
Posted 3/6/19

On the SPORTS beat: The Peñasco Lady Panthers are District 5-2A basketball champions and the Taos Tigers are District 2-4A basketball champions.

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Taos News Sneak Peek – March 7


Hello hello to our fabulous readers in Taos, Penasco, Questa, Red River, Angel Fire and elsewhere around the region. You know me, Cody Hooks, senior reporter and assistant editor at The Taos News. This is what we’re working on for the March 7 edition of your community newspaper. 

On the SPORTS beat, Sheila Miller has this big news: The Peñasco Lady Panthers are District 5-2A basketball champions and the Taos Tigers are District 2-4A basketball champions. As always, a big hats off to the student athletes of this county. 

This week in TEMPO, our cover story is on “Native Visions,” a three-day exhibit and sale at the Millicent Rogers Museum featuring a variety of artists from Taos Pueblo, including Jacqueline Gala, Debbie Lujan, Ryan Suazo, Cisco Concha and Patricia Michaels. We’ve also got coverage of some music coming to Ennui Gallery, a costume and performance retrospective at the TCA and the birthday celebration of ski valley founder Ernie Blake. 

In the COURTS, a District Judge decided to keep Carl Gage, an accused serial burglar, in jail until his trial. Several business owners whose stores and shops were broken into last year were there for the hearing. We’ll have more on this case in Thursday’s paper.

In GOVERNMENT news, the Taos County Board of Commissioners voted 3-2 to pass a resolution that is meant to send a message to lawmakers that county residents oppose certain new gun control laws progressing at the Roundhouse this year. People spoke out on both sides of the matter, sparking disagreement among certain commissioners and the resolution’s sponsor, Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe.  

In BUSINESS, the Taos Cow is closing its current location. We tell you what we know on Thursday. 

In our LIFESTYLES section, it’s time to get into the kitchen. Our beloved guest writer Lucy Herrman takes us on a delectable tour of a Brazilain feast, while our other food columnist gives us a real history of St. Patty’s favorites. 

As for the WEATHER, it’s feeling springy, which here in Taos means plenty of wind. There ought to be some more showers and maybe a little snow moving through in the next few days. As always, weather’s at the top of our website

And in the ASTROLOGY, Tuesday was the new moon in Pisces. New moons are just so lovely and as a person with some Pisces energy, I can say I actually really love having a nice sweeping out of emotional clutter in that area of life. 

That’ll do it for this edition of The Taos News. Thank you everyone for supporting a free and independent press right here in Northern New Mexico. Bueno bye.  


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