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Past articles by Jesse:

Town of Taos curfew to expire Sept. 8

After four months, the town of Taos will be cancelling its nightly curfew. → Read More

Taos County Commission sets date for subdivision talk

A new subdivision could be opening up in Taos County. → Read More

TiLT preps for open house

Do you know where your recycled plastic goes? → Read More

Questa student Urijah Griego heads to state spelling bee

Urijah is one of the first students from Questa to represent Taos County in the state bee. → Read More

Camino del Medio gets paving facelift, council approves grant

During a Tuesday (Aug. 14) regular council meeting, the Taos town council unanimously passed the consent agenda, and it included some good news for residents on Camino del Medio. → Read More

Taos council accepts federal airport runway funds

During a Monday (July 30) special meeting, the town of Taos Council voted unanimously to accept a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration for the … → Read More

Parse Seco raises $1,200 for DreamTree

Following a monthlong galley showing, Arroyo Seco art gallery Parse Seco raised over $1,200 for Taos' DreamTree Project to help at-risk teens.'Let Them … → Read More

A little off the top

Giving a new take on the traditional barbershop, Michael Timber opened his snipping business with one thing in mind: a more personable experience than only … → Read More

Taos County PARCC scores on the rise

Most schools in Taos County have some celebrating to do now that the state test scores are in.Almost all the public and charter schools in the county saw … → Read More

Vehicle leaks fluids into Rio Fernando

Taos County Sheriff's deputies arrived on scene Friday morning (July 13) at a campground on U.S 64 where a vehicle drove into the Rio Fernando, leaking fluids into the river. → Read More

Taos Fiesta Council readies for storm

With Fiestas de Taos right around the corner, the Taos Fiesta Council is busy preparing for the big day while dealing with some internal conflicts.One … → Read More

Indian Hills inn sits quiet, waiting a new buyer

Residents and tourists often drive by the boarded-up windows and the slow-growing weeds wondering, “What happened to the Indian Hills?” → Read More

Iconic Taos Inn for sale

The Historic Taos Inn on Paseo del Pueblo has been listed for sale on Taos Properties.Often referred to as 'the living room of Taos,' the 44-room, two-acre … → Read More

Crowning a new Reina de la Fiesta

After months of controversy, the Taos Fiesta Council will be announcing their long-awaited Fiesta Queen for the 2018 Fiestas de Taos. → Read More

Incumbents take near sweep in Taos County primary

In Tuesday's primary election, Taos County incumbents largely came away unscathed, even in hotly contested races. With all 36 precincts reporting, Jerry Hogrefe retained his seat as sheriff while … → Read More

Kachina Lodge hits financial wall

Citing a direct hit from the lack of snow this winter, owners of the decades-old Kachina Lodge in Taos have sought protection under Chapter 11 of the … → Read More

Questa students conquer the Spanish Bee, one goes on to state

Courtesy photo Questa Spanish Spelling Bee Sponsor Diane León, left, celebrates with Alyana León, center, and Angelica Lovato, right, for their efforts in recent Spanish spelling bees. Lovato competed in the state competition in Albuquerque after winning the Questa District Bee. → Read More

Town of Taos water pump repairs delayed

Work has been stalled for the installation of new town water pumps, prompting some issues in clearing the recent water crisis. Town pumps in wells No. 4 and 5 are still down due mechanical issues … → Read More

Town dives into water pump repair

After a week in a state of emergency, the town water crisis continues as crews work to replace failed water pumps in wells No. 4 and No. 5. → Read More

Taking sound to new levels

Sound engineer Neal Van Berg is adding a few new decibels to the infamous Taos Hum with his new retail space, Sound Science Audio and Home Theater. His … → Read More