Taos News

July 26, 2022
Taos Police arrest suspect in Ammann Gallery armed robbery

Taos Police arrest suspect in Ammann Gallery armed robbery

Taos Police arrested a suspect charged with the armed robbery of Ammann Gallery late Thursday afternoon (Feb. 2).

Car rolls over near turnoff to UNM Klauer Campus

Car rolls over near turnoff to UNM Klauer Campus

First responders were at the scene of a single-vehicle rollover Thursday morning (Feb. 2) just before 9 a.m. at the intersection of NM-68 and County Road 110, which leads to

Taos Police Blotter: Jan. 27

The following is a condensed list of reports made to Taos Central Dispatch within the town of Taos from Jan. 18-22.Jan. 2711:48 a.m. Criminal Damage, Carson National Forest — Caller

Bills aim to overhaul Game and Fish management

Two bills to make big changes to wildlife management in New Mexico got their first hearing in a House committee Saturday.House Bill 183, which would abolish the Game and Fish

Talpa trails group brings stakeholders to table

Talpa trails group brings stakeholders to table

Some of the "resident of proximate communities" members of the Talpa Foothills Working Group were skeptical when they saw the maps, one of which depicted dozens of miles of trails

Taos Ski Valley talks new fire station, clinic

Taos Ski Valley talks new fire station, clinic

No one doubts the need for a new firehouse in the Village of Taos Ski Valley, but some residents and officials have raised questions about aspects of the ski corporation's

Taos avalanche season off to slow start

Taos avalanche season off to slow start

It's been four years since an avalanche killed two skiers who were descending the K3 chute on Taos Ski Valley's Kachina Peak, marking the only recorded avalanche deaths in the

Taos County awards $686K to local nonprofits

Taos County announced the first-round recipients of its American Rescue Plan Act community funding awards last week and distributed a total of $686,000 to organizations across Taos County.Taos County …

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Taos mayor releases home rule candidate list

Taos mayor releases home rule candidate list

Taos Mayor Pascualito Maestas took to Facebook last Thursday (Jan. 26) to publish his list of candidates for the town's Home Rule Charter Commission, introducing a previously-lacking degree of …

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss to play Kit Carson Park

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss to play Kit Carson Park

Former Led Zeppelin lead singer and lyricist Robert Plant and American bluegrass-country singer-songwriter Alison Krauss will play in Kit Carson Park in Taos this June, according to an announcement …

Taos Java changes hands

Taos Java changes hands

Usual customers of the longstanding coffee shop Taos Java, located a block south of Walmart, might be happy to hear the location reopened in mid-August of 2022 under new ownership.Groovy

Taos Plaza U.S. Bank branch set to close

Taos Plaza U.S. Bank branch set to close

After 12 years, the U.S. Bank location in the southwest corner of Taos Plaza will be closing on Feb. 16, possibly ending a 100-year history of banking services in the

Longtime Taos recovery executive, advocate awarded Behavioral Health Star

Longtime Taos recovery executive, advocate awarded Behavioral Health Star

Lawrence Medina, executive director of Rio Grande Alcoholism Treatment Program (ATP), was recently honored with the prestigious Behavioral Health Star Award, given annually by the New Mexico …

Building the restoration workforce

Building the restoration workforce

Working in the woods doesn’t come naturally to everyone, but for many who were born and raised in Taos County, the idea of a job in the forest comes naturally.For

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss to play Kit Carson Park in Taos this June

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss to play Kit Carson Park in Taos this June

Plant and Krauss, who started collaborating in the mid-2000s for the Platinum-selling album "Raising Sand," are scheduled to play in the heart of Taos ...

Carson National Forest to resume prescribed fire operations

Carson National Forest to resume prescribed fire operations

Carson National Forest fire crews are preparing to resume prescribed fire operations this winter, with the first controlled burn in nearly a year set to take place west of Tres

Former inmates lobby for bill to restore voting rights

Former inmates lobby for bill to restore voting rights

Adam John Griego is dreaming of the day he can vote again.

Pre-trial risk-assessment tool: Crutch or crystal ball?

Pre-trial risk-assessment tool: Crutch or crystal ball?

The Legislature’s debate over crime is beginning to take form, centering on two key issues: whether suspects accused of serious offenses should be detained in jail as a matter of

Scrase to retire as HSD secretary

Scrase to retire as HSD secretary

Dr. David Scrase, whose near-weekly briefings during the heart of the pandemic often served as a barometer of the state’s desperate fight against the coronavirus, announced he will retire from

Sen. Heinrich staff to hold mobile office hours in Taos

Sen. Heinrich staff to hold mobile office hours in Taos

Taos countians have an opportunity to communicate with the longest-serving member of New Mexico's congressional delegation on Tuesday (Jan. 31) at 9 a.m. at the Taos County Administrative Complex, 105

Amid criticism, Taos mayor releases home rule candidate list

Amid criticism, Taos mayor releases home rule candidate list

Taos Mayor Pascual Maestas took to Facebook Thursday evening (Jan. 26) to publish his list of candidates for the town's Home Rule Charter Commission, introducing a previously-lacking degree of transparency

Amid backlash, Taos mayor releases home rule candidate list

Amid backlash, Taos mayor releases home rule candidate list

Taos Mayor Pascual Maestas took to Facebook Thursday evening (Jan. 26) to publish his list of candidates for the town's Home Rule Charter Commission, introducing a previously-lacking degree of transparency

Despite home rule discord, Taos Council reaches accord on other items

Although split votes and bickering over home rule was the primary feature of the Town of Taos Council's regular meeting on Tuesday evening (Jan. 24), officials also found concord on

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