Formed by the union of: Taoseno (Taos, N.M. : 1939) and Taos Review and the Taos Valley News. Continued by: Taoseno (Taoseno, N.M. : 1948). Includes a Spanish language section entitled: El Taoseno y la revista de Taos.
The Taos Recorder, Thursday November 7, 1912. Front page and back page, which is the Spanish language, "El Bien Publico," reporting on the first presidential election since New Mexico achieved statehood.
Subjects: Mines and mineral resources--New Mexico. Continues: Southwest Sentinel. Absorbed: Grant County Democrat (Silver City, N.M. : 1897). Merged with: Silver City Daily Press to form: Silver City Daily Press and Independent.
Spanish section has title: La cronica del rio colorado. Pub. Nov. 11, 1882- in San Hilario. Hispanic Americans; New Mexico. Merged with: Daily Chronicle (Las Vegas, N.M.) to form: Chronicle (Las Vegas, N.M.).