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AEP scam continues in our area

27 mins ago - Callers are asking for money and threatening to cut off power. AEP says you should know they do not sell electricity to grid customers.

Bethany House asking community to Sponsor-a-Child

0 mins ago - As Halloween approaches, many people already are planning parties, costumes and which neighborhoods they'll be trick or treating in. But not all children have the same opportunity.

PILLAR hosts anti-bullying event

21 mins ago - A local non profit continues to focus on awareness, education, and prevention of bullying involving students at school, in the class and after school.

Ebola vaccine testing to begin in January

Posted: 12:36 PM - Johnson & Johnson will start safety testing in early January on a vaccine combination that could protect people from a strain of the deadly Ebola virus.

Taos Subdivision entrance closed

Posted: 11:09 AM - Starting at 9:00 am Wednesday, public works crews started constructing a concrete valley gutter at the intersection of San Isidro Parkway and Chimayo Road, at the entrance of the Taos Subdivision.

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