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I enjoy biscocitos just as much as all New Mexicans. However promoting lard and sugar in your headlines (is) very unhealthy. Many Taoseños are already facing diabetes and high … 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
Out of approximately 120 neighbors, only 13 received notice from the New Mexico Environmental Department that the Taos Ski Valley requested a discharge permit application to dump up to 2,500 cubic … more
There are times when I feel ashamed to be an American citizen. Now is one of them. When did a “well-regulated militia” become a heavily armed populace? Yet another mass shooting, bigger … more
I respect Mayor Dan Barrone and wish him well. True loyalty is a rare virtue in this world and, to his credit, Barrone is a loyal man. Unfortunately, his unwavering support for his town manager, Rick … 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
I’d always assumed piles of trash I habitually pick up at various spots along Rio Chiquito Forest Service road No. 437 were from people partying, as beer cans and broken bottles typically … more
Please – it’s time to get real and stop putting yourself in an ethical and procedural corner.  Do I have to re-submit my 500 signature petition to Repeal the Speed Bump … 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
On a visit this spring we (my wife, my daughter and grandchildren) traveled to Taos, my birthplace, to visit the Sierra Vista Cemetery just south of town where my grandparents, the Conrads, as well … more
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