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I recently spent a month at the Standing Rock Reservation in support of the water protectors. While I was there, I was amazed and honored to be a part of your community as the Taos presence was very much a part of that experience. Not only did I … more
Republicans agree that it was fine when the 2000 election was thrown to Bush when the Supreme Court (oops) forgot their Federalism, to empower he who started the war in Iraq, he who prints pictures … more
A bit of research will explain that the primary reason most folks take the extra effort to recycle is because they care about the environment. Recycling … more
Reading this week’s “My Turn” by Jerry Yeargin reminded me that I had wanted to respond to a letter published in The Taos News by Mr. Yeargin earlier this year where he blamed high bacteria levels in the Rio Fernando in Taos on the cattle … more
Many thanks for the love, hard work and time given for our family during Dale [Romero’s] battle with cancer. The donations and fundraising have helped us with medical bills and household expenses. Special thanks to Jose Rodriguez and Felipe … more
The Town Council will vote next week on a zone change that would radically alter the appearance of our valley. One hundred seventy five acres, on both sides of Paseo del Pueblo Sur and on Paseo del Canon, are proposed for rezoning to allow tall … more
Dear Mayor Barrone and Councilmembers: Attached is my critique of the proposed Holiday Inn Express. My primary concern is the design. This is the first time the Council has been called on to … more
A colleague asked me what the worst thing about teaching is, and without hesitation I replied, “professional development.” I’ve been teaching 39 years, and in every district I’ve taught in, the administration has been forced to spend … more
Grateful for help from TaoseñosI'm not sure how that letter from my husband, Jim Gilroy, ended up in The Taos News last week, given that it was a private email sent to some of his friends and colleagues who live in Taos. While we were both … more
Dear Community Members, Help Outreach Taos (H.O.T) has been formed to bring awareness to and help reduce and prevent suicides in the Taos community. We are in the process of creating a 24/7 phone … more
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