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Valle del Sol in Taos set to close at month's end
Employees who spoke on the condition of anonymity said that Valle del Sol, one of the only behavioral health providers remaining in Taos, is set to close at month's end. Employees said news of the closure came during a staff meeting on Thursday (Dec. 13).
Most Blue Buses operating after false bomb threat
TAOS — A bomb threat made on a public Blue Bus traveling near Ranchos de Taos late Thursday morning led authorities to temporarily park buses at transit stations in Santa Fe and Española, according to reports from Taos Central Dispatch. Investigators later determined the threat was not credible.
Jimmy Stadler’s students send love to Quintanilla family through music
Jimmy Stadler’s students from the Taos Academy are performing their live music for a special purpose this Friday, (Dec 14) at the KTAOS Solar Center, at 6 p.m. Admission is free but donations will be accepted at the door, and 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Quintanilla family. Ash
Santa Fe police investigate bomb threats
Santa Fe police are investigating multiple bomb threats across the city, the agency announced in a news release Thursday afternoon. Thus far, the release says, none of the threats were credible.
Taos Feeds Taos continues tradition of giving food baskets
*New Mexico National Guard Armory, Ranchos de Taos. Monday (Dec. 17), 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday (Dec. 18), 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Wednesday (Dec. 19), 10 a.m., Final box preparations until done.
Volunteer opportunities – December 13
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY seeks English-speaking and bilingual volunteers to drive patients to appointments and help with other tasks. Call (575) 751-8927. BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS provides mentoring relationships for boys and girls ages 5-18. Call Oralia González, (575) 779-0003, or Karen Koyote, (57
Success Story: Creative Framing
At Creative Framing, the staff is immersed in art. For more than 30 years, the artists and collectors in Taos have trusted Creative Framing to preserve and frame their paintings and other art.
Video: 2018 Lighting of Ledoux
Each year, the merchants and museums along historic Ledoux Street in Taos, New Mexico USA open their doors for a holiday tradition called "Lighting of Ledoux." So-called because of the numerous farolitos and bonfires illuminating the walkways and patios, the holiday-themed event also features Christ
Mom of New Mexico infant shot in face to appear in court
GALLUP, N.M. (AP) - The teen mother of an 8-month-old girl who police say was shot in the face at a New Mexico motel is scheduled to appear in court next week. Shayanne Nelson is expected to appear Wednesday before a state judge for a preliminary hearing on child abuse charges stemming from the shoo
This Astounding Restaurant Is Located Inside One Of New Mexico’s Oldest Chapels
This jaw dropping restaurant in Taos is straight out of a romance novel, without any of the drama. Prepare to embark on a dining experience unlike any before as you experience world class cuisine, all while dining inside a restored historic chapel that offers an atmosphere that’s second to none. Wit
Photo Gallery: Bonfires on Bent Street
The parking lots were full, the traffic around the Taos Historic District was at times bumper-to-bumper, but there was an infectious spirit in the air that drew Taoseños to the 30th annual holiday-themed event called Bonfires on Bent Street.
Hope Notes to help those who need encouragement
Saturday (Dec. 8) from 4-7 p.m: Write notes at a table set up during Bonfires on Bent Street. Sunday (Dec. 9) at 12:45 p.m: Bring the notes to the Gorge Bridge visitor parking area.
Community brief: Integrative health nonprofit opens Monday
Taos Whole Community Health, a new nonprofit, will celebrates its grand opening Sunday (Dec. 9) from noon - 4 p.m. in a special community-wide healing ceremony at the Taos Center for the Arts.
State football champs parade Friday (Dec. 21)
We will celebrate the State Football Championship on Friday, December 21st at 1pm. We will have a police escort for the Football Team from Taos High School to Taos Plaza for a ceremony on the Plaza. Please help us to get the word out, and join us in celebrating this great accomplishment!
Feel the wintertime heat of great dining in Taos
You’ll will have no trouble finding a restaurant to heat up your winter in the 2019 Taos Dining Out guide. From locally sourced meats at Sabroso and green chile rellenos from the Taos Inn to hand-sliced prime rib at the Sagebrush Inn, or a breakfast burrito smothered in red chile from Michael’s Kitc
Federal grant to fund local transit district’s HQ improvements
The North Central Regional Transit District, which operates the “Blue Buses” on routes in an area from Santa Fe to Taos, has received a $1.29 million U.S. Department of Transportation grant to fund improvements at the district’s Española headquarters, New Mexico’s congressional delegation announced
Recycling bottles is not noisy — Zozobra is
I couldn’t disagree more with The New Mexican article concerning the city recycling center behind Fort Marcy Ballpark (“Recycling drop-off site spurs noise complaints,” Dec. 3). It appears nearby neighbors are complaining about the noise of people recycling their glass refuse. Really? Just how loud
Volunteer track coach accused of raping teen avoids prison time in deal
TAOS, N.M. (KRQE) - A New Mexico volunteer coach accused of raping a girl will not be going to prison after taking a plea deal. In the plea deal, the child rape charge against 58-year-old John Rael was dropped. Instead, Rael was convicted of bribery of a witness and false imprisonment.
Photo Gallery: Lighting of Ledoux
Even with the town in the throes of celebrating the Taos High School State 4A Football Championship, a large crowd of revelers turned out for the annual Lighting of Ledoux Saturday evening (Dec. 1). The event, along the historic thoroughfare a block south of Taos Plaza, featured regular Christmas li
Bloomfield falls short, but proud of accomplishments
A couple of yards was all that kept the Bloomfield High School football team from accomplishing their biggest goal this season. The Bobcats fell short to Taos in the 4A New Mexico high school football state championships 14-7 last Saturday in a defensive tussle. It was the first time the Bobcats mad