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This week, thousands of people will make their way on foot to the Santuario de Chimayó. You will see them walking along roads and highways around the region. They are on the annual pilgrimage to … more
Fans of the decades-old Taos Pueblo Powwow were dismayed when the organizers... more
The Abeyta Water Rights settlement was years in the making, but 2019 looks to be the year that some ideas written into the massive court negotiation are finally tested in the real world. Most … more
When it was announced in May of 2018 that the Couse Foundation of Taos had been given a $600,000 grant to create an archive and research center in the Mission Gallery building on Kit Carson Road, … more
A so-called war among funeral home companies in Northern New Mexico will reach a new phase in 2019 with the opening of at least one new facility in Taos. more
While the number of people who take their lives by jumping off the bridge represents a small percent of the total suicides in Taos County (most people use guns)... more
Winning the election in 2018 may have been the easy part. Now, Lujan Grisham begins the tough job of actually governing New Mexico. more
Another year, another superintendent for the Questa Independent Schools District. Board chair Daryl Ortega delivered the decision to terminate the contract of Superintendent LeAnne Salazar … more
Strong at Heart and Taos MainStreet Accelerator have taken aim at downtown Taos to try and revitalize the area to what might fit the community best. more
The Taos County Adult Detention Center underwent significant upheaval in 2018 after evidence emerged to suggest some of its staff members were helping operate a drug trafficking network within the … more
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