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#MeToo. The phrase spread rapidly across social media in the last few days with one aim – to show the magnitude of sexual assault. The challenge to women was simple, an explanation shared … more
We asked readers leading up to the new year what their No. 1 hope was for Taos in 2017. The online poll is unscientific, but if there’s a thread of truth to it, it’s about the economy. About 40 percent of you said you hoped the Taos economy will … more
Taos faces many challenges, as do all the rural towns in the county:• Home prices continue rising in the valley.• Living costs outpace Taos salaries.• Jobs that pay a living wage are scarce.• Agricultural lands continue to … more
Fall is definitely in the air. The aspen groves are turning gold. Snow blanketed Wheeler Peak and other high points in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains Wednesday (Sept. 27). The mountains around … more
Teenagers watch and learn more from adult actions than from their words.   Take two situations that have recently developed in New Mexico. In Taos, adults are squabbling over who owns the … more
Speaking of doing the right thing, Taos Ski Valley needs to stand by its original advertising. In mid-March, the resort announced an extended ski season with much fanfare. The season was extended … more
Talk is cheap when it comes to preserving Taos Valley acequias. Town of Taos officials put out a call for help cleaning out the Acequia Madre del Río Pueblo, which runs through the heart of the … more
An apparent house fire in the Peñasco area Wednesday reminded us about challenges that emerge this time of year. It’s challenging for many to stay warm and safe as temperatures drop into single digits (and even below-zero digits). And while … more
President Donald Trump and his administration need to back off of their move to review and potentially undo protections for national monuments designated after 1996, including the Río Grande del Norte.The president, as outlined in the executive … more
A picture may be worth a 1,000 words, but poetry can paint a picture. Poetry is art, where words evoke mental images for the reader or listener—of seas and mountains, of giants and … more
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