Enjoy a full-featured replica of The Taos News on your smartphone, tablet or computer!

The Taos News E-Reader is a replica of our traditional printed publication with all the stories, photos, and artwork intact. You can read your favorite newspaper and our magazines anytime and anywhere.

The easy-to-use interface lets you flip leisurely through the pages like a newspaper, or conduct custom searches and share articles. Download the E-Reader and read it anywhere.


Enjoy a full-featured replica of The Taos News on your tablet, smartphone or laptop.

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Our Digital Editions are available to all users, but in order to enhance your reading experience, please register. Registration is quick and easy, and it enables you to take full advantage of our features.

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With The Taos News, you can read it online in its true printed format from anywhere in the world. The Digital Edition is enhanced with the latest digital tools, including RSS feeds, social networking, blogging and much more. See the Quick User Guide below for a list of key features.

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Read stories in your news feed on one device and pick up where you left off on another. Subscribe and authorize your devices with one account.


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About Us

The Taos News is in the business of serving the public. We want to foster a well-informed and prosperous citizenry. We will deliver definitive breaking news and in-depth reports. We will strive to make our community better.

Newspapers have played a significant role in the wealth of history residing in the town of Taos. particularly the lineage of publications leading to the modern-day version of The Taos News.

Recognized as the first newspaper established west of the Mississippi, the publication was first published in the early 1830s by Padre Antonio José Martinéz as a Spanish language journal, El Crepuscúlo de la Libertad.

Today, The Taos News' parent company still bears the name El Crepuscúlo, which means dawn.

The Taos News, a weekly, began in 1959, was founded by Robert McKinney. It is now owned by Robin McKinney Martin and is presently the only paper serving all of Taos County.

Our awards and recognitions to date: Best Weekly Newspaper in the United States 2007, 2008. 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014 and 2016 by the National Newspaper Association of America. Best Weekly Newspaper in the United States 2012, 2013 by the Local Media Association. General Excellence Award for Best Weekly Newspaper in New Mexico, 2001-2006 and 2008-2017 by the New Mexico Press Association. *Circ. 10,000 or more.

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