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Over the past few years the PERA Board (Public Employees Retirement Association) has spun out of control and neglected its fiduciary duties. Various news outlets have documented the inability of the … more
I am glad to see Congress working on legislation to end surprise billing, which I experienced firsthand. No one should go through what I did--being bounced around the health care system only to find … more
At the Unitarian Congregation's service on the day before Labor Day, Reverend Gary Kowalski spoke about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s belief that labor rights were civil rights - and civil rights, … more
This is to express concern about the Taos Vortex event in Kit Carson Park. I reside 4 miles away near Eototo and Blueberry Hill roads. On Saturday (Aug. 17), distorted, amplified sounds could be … more
Sept. 1 marked 80 years since Hitler invaded Poland and started World War II. Three years later, he launched the Holocaust that murdered six million European Jews.A key question facing historians is … more
We no longer recycle plastic in Taos, due to the expense. Across the country plastic is piling up. A movement is emerging-- concerned citizens are recycling plastic locally and creating functional … more
Two Roads ...Two roads diverged in our nation,And sorry I could not find much unity or purposeAnd being just one person, long I stoodAnd pondered our country's predicament as long as I could,All the … more
In the middle of winter, in the middle of a snowstorm, I sit in Santa Fe in my car, which will not run. I am 73 years old and while I sit stranded, the chemotherapy pump pumps in the agents which … more
I am a 79-year-old straight lady, lived here 50 years. It gives me great pride in the Taos community and in our newspaper, which for two weeks had lots of LGBTQ news and photos. Thank you.I love our … more
So, lets get this right: Taos Council can't afford to recycle glass and plastic but it can afford to build a huge concert stage and hire expensive bands. Entertainment beats saving the planet? Only … more
The current population of the United States is about 327 million people.Our homeless population is around 554,000 or somewhat over a half-million.The United States is the richest nation on earth. We … more
I've lived in my neighborhood near Taos Plaza for most of my life, with extended family members and neighbors of all ages and varied health conditions. During the Taos town/Meow Wolf co-sponsored … more
In reference to the recent turmoil surrounding the recycling center: Taoseños - "can't" is not an option. We Northern New Mexicans claim to be environmentally conscious, yet we do not seem to be … more
Regarding the recent spate of letters complaining about the condition and usage of Kit Carson Park, I wish to offer a different perspective. I walk my dog through the park frequently, and over the … more
Thank you to all who attended our recent special multiple sclerosis question-and-answer session at the Taos County Economic Development Corporation with Dr. Ted. A great turn out. We have a new … more
There has been construction work going on at the east end of the East/West Taos Regional Airport runway and I have two concerns: 1. What the heck are they doing; and 2. Someone should tell the … more
Today I got a spam that was from amazonprime15507@gmail.com showing that I had ordered $6,000 worth of merchandise. It appeared legitimate and had a 1-800 number to call if I suspected this was a … more
Thank you for the excellent article on grooming our trees ("How do you cut your trees?" Aug. 1). It reminded me of a topic that disturbs me: the removal by the new owner of the Kachina Lodge of all … more
Your scripted speech about the mass shootings and acts of white terrorism was obviously not written by you nor did it reflect your racist and hateful rhetoric so … more
A fellow, nearly as old as I, named himself as "Joseph Leon" when he stopped to chat as I hauled water for my garden. He wore a U.S. Forest Service cap and a BLM shirt (but no gun in sight) as he … more
The electric car is not a panacea.Very few seem to question the unspoken assumption that every person on the planet should have 3,000 of metal, plastic, etc. in which to transport (usually) one body. … more
Concerning the letter of the Taos Pride Board sent to Taos News on July 31 regarding the Arroyo Seco Fourth of July parade, I apologize if any were offended. Offense was neither meant nor desired. … more
Many thanks for the continuing coverage on the fate of the Taos Recycling Center. Jesse Moya reported on a June meeting of the Regional Landfill Board in an update in the July 25 issue ("Town … more
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's priorities are improving education and giving New Mexican citizens a living wage. Her conservative opponents' priorities are guns and limiting women's rights. I'm … more
We agree that Michelle Lujan Grisham is a "risk-taker." Her willingness to bring a risk-tolerant attitude to state government means she will have to deal with adversity. In our experience … more
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