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Racists aren’t born. They’re made. So the challenge for all of us is how to unmake and stop the kind of racism that reared its ugly head in the most public way possible this week in … more
Holy Cross Hospital is now a federally designated critical access facility, which changes the way Medicare patients will be billed. more
Inside The Taos News this week you will find an 8-page special report about heroin and opioid addiction in Taos County and Northern New Mexico. more
Taos, like many towns, is facing multiple challenges when it comes to jobs. A lot of businesses say they can’t find reliable employees. Workers say it’s tough to find a job that pays a salary they can live on in an expensive town like Taos. more
Archbishop John C. Wester of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe demonstrated great courage and moral determination in releasing a list of clergy accused of sexually abusing children. It is an important step … more
Humans are storytellers, dating back millennia. The long, dark winter nights are a perfect time for telling stories.We want to hear yours - about a funny Christmas, a happy Hanukkah or other winter … more
As we leave 2017 behind and say bienvenidos to 2018, it is worth taking stock of the year and some notable moments.In this week’s edition, we bring you a look back at a lot of them – from … more
A decade ago, this newspaper’s grand cartoonist, Bill Baron, depicted a Taoseño giving thanks for his multiple jobs. Ten years later, little has changed. Holding down multiple … more
New Mexicans, including those of us born in Texas, poke fun at our Texas neighbors and vice versa. We sometimes get mad at our Tejano visitors for perceived slights when they visit our fair town. But … more
The filing deadline for candidates interested in the positions of Taos mayor, two council seats and municipal judge has passed. more
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