Why Taos Pueblo passed on offer to avoid controversial water transfer.
Why Taos Pueblo passed on offer to avoid controversial water transfer.
After working for NASA, Medina moved back to Taos, where he dabbled in a few business ventures. He also served on the Taos Municipal School Board, and spent much of his time finding ways he could help others.
The Eighth Judicial District Attorney and his top prosecutor appear likely to be cleared of wrongdoing in a disciplinary case concerning the alleged abuse of subpoena power.
A bill to give farmers and ranchers a tax break in times of drought, and another to spur development in Taos Ski Valley were both signed by Gov. Susana Martínez April 8.
The UNM Board of Regents approved tuition increases, from 4 to 8 percent, at the main campus in Albuquerque and branch campuses in El Rito, Los Alamos, Valencia and Taos.
New Mexico voters will be able to go online to update their addresses and other information on state voter rolls — and eventually even register to vote online — under a bill that was signed into law by Gov. Susana Martinez.
Arthur Pepin, director of the Administrative Office of the Courts, says Gov. Susana Martinez’s veto of supplemental court funding for the current fiscal year could result in furloughs for Magistrate Court employees.
Call them “minis,” “shooters” or “nips” — call them a nuisance, if you like — but they won’t be called “banned” anytime soon.
A man reported missing on the Taos Plateau late Sunday (April 12) emerged from the chamisa unharmed Monday morning (April 13) after an overnight search involving two dozen volunteers from across Northern New Mexico.
Administering standardized tests is a part of a school counselor’s job description. But several Taos counselors say the volume of testing has forced them to give up their primary jobs — addressing the ever-changing emotional, social and behavioral needs of students.
The New Mexico Supreme Court has, for the first time, confirmed that state regulators do have a role in rate disputes between a major power supplier and the rural electric cooperatives it serves in the state.
The transfer could actually mean more wet water in Taos County’s aquifer and Río Grande Gorge.
After a 4-1 vote of the Taos County Board of Commissioners on April 7, county residents will pay an extra $20 a year (starting July 1) for their solid waste punch card — that piece of paper that lets a resident dump their garbage at any of the eight transfer stations in the county.
A 34-year-old man was arrested Thursday morning (April 9) after allegedly brandishing a knife with an eight-inch blade during an affray at a Taos coffee shop.
Four students started a science fair project about antibiotics in drinking water almost two years ago at Taos Middle School. Now, they're working to patent the fruits of their research after attending the White House Science Fair March 23.
The Taos Youth and Family Center as well as Holy Cross Hospital require millions of dollars worth of repairs but will local voters agree to pay higher property taxes to cover the cost?
March precipitation roared in like a lion and left like a thirsty little lamb.
An 18-year-old Albuquerque man was just one of two people saved at the bridge by Taos County Sheriff’s deputies during a single week last month in incidents that, to hear the officers tell it, were all in a day’s work.
Two teams from Taos High's culinary arts program took home top awards at the New Mexico ProStart Competition on April 1. One is advancing to nationals.
As a longtime member of the Taos Health Systems board of directors steps down, there is renewed debate over the importance of geographic diversity among the nonprofit’s decision makers.
Taos High School culinary artists are sharpening their skills for some major competition this spring and summer.
The trial of Oriana Farrell and the media spectacle surrounding it was postponed for several months after a hearing Monday (April 6).
The company's founder says Portal Locks may have promised too much, too soon.
Twirl, PPC Solar, Explora and a host of community partners will celebrate creativity and technology at a Saturday, April 11 Invent Event.
A sport utility vehicle reportedly rolled off Este Es Road near the intersection of Tros Road around 9:30 a.m.
Rio Grande and Bataan Halls are currently owned by the town of Taos. UNM-Taos is set to acquire the buildings for $1 — a symbolic transfer of property that hinges on final approval from the State Board of Finance and Administration.
Family hopes for a home to accommodate son with cancer, cerebral palsy.
Taos Unitarians have reached an agreement with the Bent Masonic Lodge to host Unitarian services on an ongoing basis.
Federal, state and local law enforcement agents burst into the Nighthawk Trail home of Ivan J. Romero shortly before 11 p.m. Thursday (April 2), arresting him on suspicion of drug trafficking and seizing nearly 12 ounces of heroin along with $64,777 in cash.
A former oil company executive's plea deal in a 1984 case concerning the alleged theft of trade secrets is fair game in the legal battle over a failed Taos Ski Valley real estate project, the New Mexico Court of Appeals ruled Thursday (April 2).
The law’s supporters say the river trail commission will have broad representation from tribes, land and river advocates, local, state and federal governments, and other groups.
The village of Questa has agreed to buy up to 58 acre-feet of water rights from Eliu Romero to pay off a massive debt to the state for water the village has pumped but did not have rights to.
A Ranchos de Taos woman is accused of stealing $14,000 from her blind father by forging his signature on two checks.
Valdez was known for the angels she fashioned from tin.
Tri-State Generation and Transmission is nixing a proposal to bring a high-capacity transmission line across the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument.
Can one woman pull Taos out of the economic doldrums?
A long planned habitat improvement project for the Red River began March 24.
A paratransit van sat idle Wednesday (April 1) after vandals slashed its tires for the second time in less than a week.
Carson National Forest officials are urging caution after the National Weather Service issued a Red Flag Warning for much of Northern New Mexico Thursday (April 1).
Forecasters expect April winds to hit New Mexico in full force on Thursday, creating a high fire hazard.
One emerging health risk among young people — vaping — could be undermining gains made in substance abuse prevention. Anecdotal evidence drives this conversation, as reports that specifically delve into youth health trends haven’t caught up with this emerging phenomenon.
The Sonic Drive-In on Paseo del Pueblo Sur could be closed for several days after a fire Monday evening (March 30).
As Kit Carson Electric Cooperative nears completion of its fiber network, its current pricing is above industry standards, even for Podunk, U.S.A.
The Questa Ecocats won first place March 17 at Taos' Envirothon Regionals. Though four teams competed against each other, ensuring everyone learns is among the most important Envirothon ethics.
Santa Fe County and four Indian Pueblos have spent millions to acquire the water rights that made possible harvests at a Costilla farm, and they’d like to use those rights to supply drinking water to thousands of people 80 miles downstream.
The Camino Real Ranger District of the Carson National Forest has planned two prescribed burn projects for spring and summer as conditions permit.
A Valdez man whose license had been revoked for drunk driving crashed his truck off Rim Road March 18 and, after a standoff with Taos County Sheriff’s deputies, was Tasered and charged with his fourth offense of driving under the influence.
Runoff has officially started, but at this point, there’s plenty of snow left in many parts of the high country.
Christoper Sillas, 29, entered a plea of guilty Thursday (March 19) to one count of armed robbery for his part in the April 11, 2013 heist.
Lawmakers failed to agree on what is known as capital outlay when the legislature adjourned at noon Saturday (March 21), leaving in limbo millions of dollars of funding for brick-and-mortar projects around New Mexico.
Total Votes: 271