We are alive today because Vasili Archipov said “nyet.”
Jim Cardasis is a family medicine physician working part-time in addiction medicine for Holy Cross Hospital and at Ultimed, an urgent care center in Santa Fe. He resides in Ranchos de Taos.
We applaud the governor for recognizing the importance of clean energy and energy efficiency, but the thrust of her plan is a stale hodgepodge of actions that props up the fossil fuel industry.
Fifty years ago a far-sighted, bipartisan group in Congress established the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which taps a fraction of the nation’s offshore oil and gas revenues to give all Americans a lifetime of outdoor recreational opportunity.
Happy National Hispanic Heritage Month my beloved Town of Taos. Enjoy your inability to respect the culture who built this community Taos News.
A diverse grassroots coalition of conservation minded forest professionals, business owners, non profit organizations, State and Tribal elected officials and New Mexicans from all walks of life, are hard at work to advocate for the designation of 120,000 acres of The Pecos Wilderness as Federal Wilderness or Special Management Area.
America is tough and Americans are exceptional people. The frequency and violence of gun deaths would bother a lot of people but not us.
I would like to thank each and every employee of Taos Health Systems for their part in responding to the recent hazmat situation at Holy Cross Hospital.
This little, rural community hospital that has been under scrutiny for past management controversies, that struggles daily with the financial pains of a chaotic cumbersome health care system, still has remarkable individuals that provide this lovely community with passionate care anytime of day or night.
Many say presidential candidate Donald Trump, who called Mexican immigrants rapists and drug runners is a racist. But then, what can be said that today he leads all 16 of the Republican presidential contenders?
Life is too short to be consumed with hate, judgment, arrogance of thought and exclusionary practices. Instead, let us move forward, as individuals and as a society, with acceptance, understanding, love and equality for all.
Why does the U.S. have the lowest rate of voter participation of any world democracy? Jim Crow has flown out of Dixie and into every state. The South, indeed, has risen again.
The sheltering of animals isn’t just about the welfare of domesticated pets. It has at least as much to do with the health and welfare of the community.
I am not angry, nor would I seek any kind of revenge or press charges if I knew who you were. I am just really, really sad and shocked that my summer in this beautiful town is ending like this.
While you are making a list of things to do before your administration “kicks the bucket,” please consider requiring improvements in the outdated, destructive grazing policies of the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management.
Animal Welfare is a social issue and is no different than the issues facing our homeless, domestic violence victims, our elders, youth, substance abuse, and the hospital.
As a father of a dual diagnosed student, I have seen a special education program that is often hampered by misunderstandings relative to critical needs.
On July 21, the Chrysalis Alternative School — a flagship of historical importance for alternative education in Taos and beyond — was destroyed in its current form in broad daylight in front of 100 local supporters ...
We’re about to be blasted by the insulting wind of 15 Republican candidates for president who believe that the nation’s ills are caused by the defective values, morals, abilities and attitudes of working-class people.
On May 13, the Taos County Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously voted to deny a variance to a Colorado firm trying to erect a 60-foot cell tower in a field adjacent to local Pilar residents. They declared that the company did not meet two out of the three criteria critical to warrant approval.
We don’t want this beautiful very old agricultural community to be sold out to those who will come in their private jets to compete for the land that we want to keep and even buy for growing food to sustain our families.
Light and land have inspired generations of artists and writers, and thousands of years of civilization and community in this stunning Northern New Mexico landscape.
This recent lawsuit is one more action in a long line of dirty water efforts by the Martinez Administration to reduce clean water protections across the state.