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Push for living wage in Taos reaching boiling point - Santa Fe New Mexican

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Push for living wage in Taos reaching boiling point
Santa Fe New Mexican
The minimum wage has increased in certain cities in New Mexico, but employees in Taos find themselves struggling to survive in a town whose minimum wage is the same as the state's, at $7.50 per hour, while a high cost of living refuses to give way to ...

Two killed, one critically injured near Taos - Santa Fe New Mexican

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Two killed, one critically injured near Taos
Santa Fe New Mexican
Juan Espinoza, 21, of Taos, reportedly had alcohol in his system and was speeding at the time of the collision, according to the Taos County Sheriff's Office. He has been charged with two counts of homicide by vehicle, a third-degree felony, according ...

Police name three suspects in carjacking, robbery - Santa Fe New Mexican

Police name three suspects in carjacking, robbery
Santa Fe New Mexican
New Mexico State Police have identified the three suspects believed to have been involved in an armed robbery and carjacking that took place Friday in Pecos. ... Valencia has an arrest record dating back to at least 2006, mostly in the Taos area. Just ...
New Mexico Robbery, Carjacking Suspects Sought by PoliceU.S. News & World Report
Pecos police searching for suspects in armed robberyKOB 4
New Mexico State Police Seek Assistance In Armed Robbery/Carjacking InvestigationLos Alamos Daily Post

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Christie Anne McInnis, 1984-2017 - taosnews

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Christie Anne McInnis, 1984-2017
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Our beautiful Christie passed away suddenly on October 6th. Her Vitality for life with all her worldly Adventures were felt by all who knew her. She is survived by her father Kent McInnis of Taos, New Mexico and her mother Debra McInnis of Sarasota ...

Big names throw cash into New Mexico gubernatorial race - taosnews

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Big names throw cash into New Mexico gubernatorial race
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Campaign finance reports filed Monday (Oct. 9) with the Secretary of State's Office show both members of Congress have each taken in more than $1 million for their bids to win their party's nomination for governor of New Mexico in the June primary ...

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