Tucked away on page A4 of last week's Taos News was an article that deserves considerable attention of Taos residents.
The City Manager/Council arrangement is a form of local government.This is what we have in Taos.
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Like a lot of small businesses a year ago, the Arroyo Seco jewelry studio Golden Anderson Studios had a website, but no way to sell its products online.
TAOS — The trial for a Questa man accused of multiple counts of child sexual abuse was cut short Thursday after his defense attorney filed a motion requesting a directed verdict, or a ruling that there was not sufficient evidence for the jury to reach a conclusion.
TAOS — A 19-year-old man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after police say he accidentally shot and killed his grandfather Monday while they were driving to a shooting range.
The New Mexico Public Education Department faced fierce backlash in recent weeks after announcing its decision to pair in-person school learning with participation in high school sports.
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TAOS, N.M. (KRQE) – A 20-year-old National Guardsman went missing on February 21, 2021, at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge in Taos.The bridge is a known spot for suicide, but a body has yet to turn up, two weeks later.
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SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Lawmakers are considering a bill that would give veterans and gold star military family members access to state parks for free.
Realtor Robbie Puskarich arrived in Taos as do so many of our most passionate citizens: by chance, or perhaps by destiny.After bouncing between Texas and Florida, his partner, artist Chris Sullivan, went out west to find them a new home.
TAOS, N.M. (KRQE) – The COVID-19 closures that began last spring dramatically affected small businesses, especially in towns like Taos where tourism is a major part of the local economy.
Taos preschool children and their families will get a chance to meet kindergarten teachers across the community at the annual Kindergarten Night on Thursday (March 4).
When Farrell was pulled over by New Mexico State Police for speeding along State Road 518, she attempted to leave the scene before receiving a citation.When she was pulled over again, an argument ensued and her son intervened.
LANL Foundation Publishes Research Findings And Recommendations To Strengthen College And Career Readiness In Northern New Mexico
LANL Foundation News: ESPAÑOLA — The Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Foundation has released its year-long research study on the condition of college and career supports and career pathways for students in Northern New Mexico.
Taos Center for the Arts, Town of Taos Community Events, and Taos Ski Valley present an exhibition for student art (grades 6-12) at the Encore Gallery
Tuesday, March 2, 2021 Guidelines / Downloadable PDF of Guidelines – WHO: This exhibition will feature the work of Taos students (grades 6-12) – WHEN: March 26 – April 30, 2021 – WHERE: Encore Gallery and virtual at www.tcataos.org – WHAT: artwork no smaller than 8×10 inches. 3D work and
At the beginning of the pandemic in New Mexico last spring, roughly 40 to 50 percent of local merchants in Taos lacked e-commerce capabilities, leading to the creation of Taos MainStreet's Business Alive program, according to a news release.
In November 2020, the New Mexico Public Education Department made a startling announcement - more than 12,000 students were unaccounted for in the public school system, meaning they were enrolled in the spring but not this last fall semester.
This week, the town planning and zoning committee discuss two new subdivisions in town.The Taos County Commissioners will discuss the next step in the jail accreditation, and Peñasco holds a school board meeting.