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It is with great pleasure that I am announcing my intent to run for the position of Mayor for the Village of Questa. I will bring an honest, transparent, and forward looking approach to the position. … more
Commissioners & Staff: I will be looking forward to future discussions on Necessary, & Affordable, concerning provided showers at the Ag Center - if we have pocket change to blow, I'd rather like to see Leandro & Richard's estimated costs against roads & Ancianos requests - & super thanks to flying the POW/MIA flag. more
Our very special thanks to the following: Kathy Cordova-Consultant; Persons who nominated; Honorees for accepting nomination; Speakers; Entertainment; Ricky's Restaurant; Razor Sharp Productions-Ruben Hernandez-DVDs; Committee Members: Jan Enright, Jackie Vincent, Effie Romero, Neysa Claytor-Reception Assistance; Sheryl Romero-donating "TLT" cake; Taos Pueblo Gov. Romero's family-donation of deserts; Picuris Pueblo's Mr. Martinez's family-giveaways. more
Taos County, why wend out trucks to butcher and slash the foliage and flowers along our county roads.  The Valdez Rim and Arroyo Hondo for two.  There are few real pleasures in Taos by … more
No vaccine in the history of vaccines has ever been proven completely safe or effective. To the contrary, many contain known carcinogens, heavy metal toxins, other animal’s blood, genetically … more
It’s been approximately three months since Lucky Corridor held a presentation about their proposal for a wind farm and transmission lines that would proceed through Taos and onto Farmington. In … more
Dear friends:As my wife and I ready to leave the East Coast and move into our new home in Taos... more
In response to letter from Mr. Yeargin in The Taos News: I believe this is the second time I've read articles on the subject of the alleged destruction of the watershed on the Upper Río Fernando by livestock. My family and other ranchers in the Taos area have used this God-given right to graze our livestock for a number of centuries. more
I wish to respond to Rosemary Suazo’s “My Turn” letter to Taos News Nov. 2 issue. more
Administrator Scott Pruitt: As a resident of New Mexico, I am extending to you a cheerful and hearty welcome to come and live and work in the middle of the Permian Basin or in the town of Farmington, New Mexico. Since you do not think there is a problem with leaking methane, and want to delay the implementation of the Leak Detection and Repair part of the Methane Rule, you should come here and experience it, first hand. more
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