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“We are all human,” said Taos Pueblo War Chief Curtis Sandoval, speaking to a crowd gathered on Veteran’s Day at the dedication of a memorial in honor of those from the pueblo who served. more
When 18 students in Taos recently earned their biliteracy seals in Spanish and English, they not only gained an official recognition of their skills in two languages, but they'll also now have a leg up on their peers when it comes to college and job … more
 Thursday (Jan. 17) was a beautiful, bluebird day at Taos Ski Valley. The sun was shining. It was warm. The skiing conditions were soft and powdery. Locals and tourists alike were riding the … more
Like most years, 2018 had its share of triumphs and tragedies. more
On Tuesday (Nov. 6), millions of Americans, including New Mexicans, will make their voices heard through their vote. more
We’ve listed 19 people, places and unfolding situations we think will impact Taos and Taos County.  more
Kudos to the estimated 200 people who packed the conference room at the Sagebrush Inn on Monday to provide comments and thoughts about the future of downtown Taos. They took the time out of their busy schedules, gave up their favorite evening … more
It’s difficult to go long in Taos without at least one visit to Holy Cross Hospital. But as the rural medical facility plans to draw on additional tax support from the Taos community in the … more
More than once in the last few decades, someone has tried to start commercial flights out of the airport. more
This could be the Year of Cannabis. First, the federal government has given the green light to hemp, pot’s incredibly useful cousin, paving the way for local farmers to explore growing this … more
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