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Count me as a supporter. [Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham] came on strong and has accomplished a lot in her first six months. And she's not afraid to tackle hot-button issues such as signing legislation … more
Upside down world - fake news, good is bad, bad is good - has arrived in Taos. I read with horror and outrage about the events that occurred on June 25. Three taxpaying, business owning citizens of … more
Every weekend in Taos from spring to fall we have so many choices of events to attend. It is mind-boggling and so many of us support projects that we are passionate about. And that is a good … more
The article in the 7/25 Taos News regarding the Town of Taos budget shortfall is a stark reminder or wake-up call for the importance of shopping locally. It … more
I love political cartoons. Love the humor and the artistic talent. But ... come on, why take a friendly rivalry between neighboring states (Baron's cartoon, July 18, A8) both of which have a lot to … more
I write in response to Robert J. Silver's My Turn ("Town distorting, deflecting, dissembling...," July 11) in regard to how Kit Carson Park is used for concerts. The author says his group has 700 … more
How silly! Who cares what Colorado claims!Why not be grateful that there is an abundance of green chile fields and put good energy to a better use, like getting all New Mexicans fed daily.Sandy … more
Thank you for clearing up three of Roy Covington's many incorrect news facts in his opinion piece, "A supporter makes the case for President Trump's good deeds" (July 11). Allow me to … more
Congratulations to the Town of Taos and AMP Concerts for orchestrating one of the best concerts series we've ever experienced. The acts, venue and sound quality (assisted by local sound engineer and … more
In reference to Trump's Fourth of July speech about the Revolutionary War.As a former Frontier Airlines employee at Denver International Airport who had to deal with maintenance weather and air … more
Any person of conscience should be shocked at the recent revelation of the conditions in holding cells and the treatment of children at the border. The reports of the circumstances under which these … more
Last week I mistakenly reported that there would be a meeting of Taos Immigrant Allies at SOMOS on July 6.TIA's event is being held at SOMOS with ACLU Immigration Attorney Stephanie Corte on Aug. 6 … more
I read with interest the article in June 27's paper on page C3 entitled "Animal shelter hosts open house, festival," being very excited about the tiny sentence in the second paragraph of the tiny … more
Bob Fies' letter to The Taos News ("The Devolution of Kit Carson Park," May 30) is spot on. It should be required reading for the town council. Give us back our park! If someone truly believes that … more
This is a letter of thanks that I never thought I would write. Having been on the receiving end of police abuse several times, I can speak with some authority as to the professionalism exhibited by … more
I would like to comment on the virtual nonexistence of bike paths in Taos County. I have traveled far and wide, and the only place I have seen with fewer bike paths than Taos is Antarctica. It seems … more
Larry Torres' articles in The Taos News ("Habla usted Spam-glish?") are priceless, I looked forward to them every week. Of his many excellent stories I think my favorite was when Grama Cuca caught … more
Dog owners:Every Fourth of July 4 so many dogs run away due to the fireworks. Dogs that have never jumped their fences before manage to do so due to sheer fright.Please, please be proactive and bring … more
With apologies to Emma Lazarus, I have amended the most quoted part of her majestic poem, "The New Colossus," inscribed on the pedestal that holds the Statue of Liberty, the symbol of everything that … more
The "Dames" show at the Stables Gallery this past weekend was the most powerful art show I've seen in a long time. Those fine artists are the real deal. I think it's a shame that the show lasted only … more
Here are Ten Best Reasons for barbecuing veggie burgers and hot dogs this Independence Day, rather than ground-up animal body parts: 1.Focusing on traffic and fireworks safety, rather than food … more
Disagree with 5G coverageJesse Moya's June 14 article entitled "5G? Not in this neck of the woods" was very poor journalism. Journalism is supposed to be objective and unbiased. Moya selectively … more
In response to Lynn Wilbur's letter in The Taos News ("Teaching kids to work for goals," June 13): It is so sad to see that you were so quick to judge these wonderful, respectful, hardworking young adults. more
Adolph Hitler was the ruler of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. Hitler initiated military policies that led to World War II and the deaths of at least 11 million people. He suffered … more
For a while now I have not seen Trish Hernandez's page in The Taos News called "The Taos Bark." Trish would write about happenings concerning animals and their welfare. She would write about happy … more
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