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We are being violated. We, the indigenous — both Native Americans (who have no voice in town government) — and Mestizos. I cannot speak for all Natives. However, in speaking with friends and in-laws from the Pueblo, they too are also not … more
Piping 3,500 feet of La Acequia Madre Cañon de Llano San Juan Nepomuceno is the best option and the right thing to do. We must do this to improve reliability, efficiency, and health and safety conditions of our main source of water. Our acequia … more
La Acequia Madre de San Juan Nepomuceño Del Llano is a serene, beautiful stream that teems with trout and transports water from the Rio Santa Barbara near Peñasco to the bountiful farms and ranches of Llano de San Juan. Beyond agriculture, it … more
The view toward the mountains is soon to be altered as you drive along Hwy. 522 just north of the old Gorman estate. In addition to the rolling sage, scattering of houses and grazing cows, you will be looking at a vast solar array encompassing 7.7 … more
I’ll never forget the date — Sunday, Oct. 10, 1999, the date of the “Taos Living Treasures” program. The community honored four deserving elders who contributed to their community during a lifetime of volunteer service at the Taos … more
On behalf of the “Protect the Pecos” coalition, we want to take time to provide facts about the ongoing Pecos conservation proposal and why it is important to Taos County, which has a long history of supporting and protecting wilderness areas … more
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