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We applaud the unanimous decision of the Taos County Commission recently to deny a construction permit for a Family Dollar store in Ranchos de Taos. It was the right decision. We say this not … more
The holiday season is a wonderful time full of cheerful lights, farolitos, gift giving, good food and faith traditions.Some people, though, hide the darkness they are experiencing during this time. … more
As we near the end of the 2018 fall prep sports season, we congratulate all the hardworking athletes and their coaches around Taos County and the Moreno Valley. Their dedication to their sports, … more
By now a few of you Taos County prep sports fans have noticed a new face at the sidelines and a new byline on stories. more
On Thanksgiving Day, many of us will sit down to an abundant meal with family and friends, content in the knowledge that when we go to bed, we’ll have a roof over our heads. more
When deep trust is broken, it is gut wrenching, soul crushing, life altering. When the trust is broken by someone not only in a position of power over us, but someone who holds our deepest … more
Tuesday night was the celebratory moment for Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham. She had the time to thank the people who made it possible, a few hours to enjoy the applause. Then, it was off to sleep … more
There’s not much Taoseños can do about national and world problems. But there’s a lot we can do to help one girl. more
On Tuesday (Nov. 6), millions of Americans, including New Mexicans, will make their voices heard through their vote. more
One of the toughest races for Taos County voters to decide Nov. 6 is that of sheriff. The elected office is one of the most important, responsible for the safety of both the community and the … more
Happy election season, everyone! This year, political races are dominated by the contest for the governor's office. The ballot is long. However, it's filled with contests for judges, including the state Supreme Court, and unglamorous but important offices. more
For the 18th year, The Taos News honored a group of volunteers and community leaders who endeavor to make life better for everyone in Taos County. These Unsung Heroes are women and men from … more
Donald Gallegos needs to retire. The 8th Judicial District Attorney is tired. He’s said as much both in words and in actions. more
Trails are good for economic development. A solid network of trails can attract outdoor recreationists, and their money, to spend in nearby communities. more
Recently, the New Mexico Department of Health launched a website called NM Healthcare Compare. It lists nine procedures and compares the price 44 hospitals in the state, including Taos, bill Medicaid … more
Stray Hearts Animal Shelter is charging a fee to people who surrender their pets voluntarily but not to people who bring in strays. more
The man, the warrior, the politician, the statesman was, like all of us, an imperfect human. Yet he remained true to the idea that we are better when we work for a greater good -- something … more
Schools around Taos and Taos County are back in session now. (Yes, parents, we know you are cheering inside.)Some schools started the academic year on a sour note. Their report cards from the state … more
Taos, Colfax and Union counties faced a behavioral health crisis when Tri-County Community Services suddenly announced it would close with barely two weeks notice.Everyone from the state's top … more
Dozens of people turned out Aug. 16 to hear the state's recommendations for preventing suicides at the Río Grande Gorge Bridge. The state Department of Transportation and Federal Highway … more
Our president likes to call the news media the "enemy of the people." He says that printed newspaper pages and the airwaves are full of "fake news." Local community newspapers, such as The Taos News, … more
Judges rule on points of law, not public sentiment or poorly proven claims by investigators or prosecutors. Because of that, in the United States we have rule of law, not rule by … more
How many months of severe drought would it take before Taos simply ran out of water? Six months? A year? Two? This is not some far-fetched, sci-fi question. The hard reality is scientists … more
Taos County needs to get its jail in order. Doing so will be no small task, even if it is a small detention center. The recent arrest of two detention center officers for allegedly selling … more
A story about Holy Cross Hospital in the July 12 edition of The Taos News had... more
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