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On Friday (Jan 20.), Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. His inauguration certainly will be a reason to celebrate for those who voted for him. But that is unlikely the case for those who didn’t. We would … more
If you think a partial reinstatement of the death penalty in New Mexico should be a priority, at least one GOP lawmaker has a legislative session for you. The highly divisive issue is back on the table, even though its revival during last year’s … 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
New Year’s resolutions are always a tricky affair. The stats, the experts, the pundits tell us that a majority won’t make any. And the majority of those who do won’t succeed in their efforts. It can be a bit dreary to think about. But after … more
Taos is one of the best places anywhere to spend the holiday season. Boutique retailers, art galleries, restaurants and so many others put in time and effort to make Taos sparkle this time of year. All you have to do is stroll in and around the … more
Criticism of law enforcement agencies across the country has been significant in recent years and certainly in 2016. And for good reason. Protests and civil unrest have come to many U.S. cities and towns, often sparked by incidents of excessive … more
New Mexico lost a giant of a man this week. Tony Reyna, 100 years strong, served his Taos Pueblo community, his state and his country — leaving behind a legacy that enriches his people at the pueblo, his friends in town and the many folks who … 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
It seems appropriate after a tortuous campaign season to give some thanks this holiday weekend. After all, Taos has much to be thankful for. We can always give thanks for the natural beauty that surrounds us — a beauty that is unparalleled no … more
‘We have to do something so not to feel totally helpless in this.’ Those are the words of Farah Marshall, one of the many activists who took part in the Dakota Access Pipeline “Day of Action” on Taos Plaza Nov. 15. Those who gathered, … more
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