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Almost 60 million voters are exhausted and feel demoralized. Another 60 million or so more — while also exhausted — are pleased with the results of the presidential election that seemed to have no end. And the end was likely as shocking to the … more
Any suicide that takes place at the Río Grande Gorge Bridge affects Taoseños. The latest incident Oct. 21 hit even closer to home — as the man who jumped was a Taos resident and someone who was well-known in the veteran community. There have … more
There’s a light at the end of the tunnel as Nov. 8 approaches quickly. The presidential election has seemed to drag on and on and become more and more a tabloid affair. It’s been an election that has polarized so many and stifled debate on … more
Editor's note: The following is a previously published endorsement list from October. On Nov. 8, Taos County voters will choose winners in the general election. There are also several candidates on the ballot that are unopposed. On the ballot … more
It’s been the session before the session. The partisan bickering before more partisan bickering. If you haven’t gotten enough of the week-long-and-counting special session, you need only wait until Jan. 18 for two month’s worth. Meanwhile, the … more
Support for physical changes at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge to prevent suicides has come from a growing list of individuals, groups and at events. Taos youth took the lead during the Regeneration Festival earlier this month. This weekend the Black … more
Murdered police officers and murdered children are a tough backdrop in which to argue against the death penalty. But a return to it, after former Gov. Bill Richardson successfully oversaw its abolishment, would be a step in the wrong direction … more
Taos’ neighbor about 25 miles north — the mountain village of Questa — celebrated a big accomplishment last weekend. Months and months of effort described as formidable and heroic coalesced at the rededication of the 170-year-old historic … more
Stories about people struggling with drug addiction are constant. It’s a national problem, a New Mexico problem and a Taos County and town of Taos problem. In recent weeks, we’ve reported on overdose incidents and potential overdose incidents … more
It’s safe to say a fair number of Taoseños probably haven’t been glued to their TVs lately — at least in terms of watching the train wreck that was the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Cleveland. Or even, although admittedly much … more
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