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In my opinion, I think the mayor and town council have their priorities backward. A The Taos News' March 15 article ("Taos Commits $650,000 to Extend Air Service Through Summer") tells how the town … more
What needs to happen to change things? While women certainly need to keep up the fight it needs to be men, like you, that really make it happen. more
Dear People of the Great State of New Mexico,Hello! I am a fourth-grade student in North Carolina. In fourth grade, we research a state for our state fair and I have chosen your state. more
William Barr, if you withhold the Mueller Report, you are an enemy to our nation and our democracy. more
I'm proud to see groundbreaking gun violence prevention legislation advancing through the process at the Roundhouse. more
In the confusion that has reigned in our nation's capital over the last two years, perhaps some of it could be cleared up with new signage. more
As we celebrate a new year we should all take this opportunity to make a resolution to become a self-sustaining people. more
Your coverage of "death with dignity" ("A Remarkable Life, a Chosen Death," Feb. 21) is coverage that is necessary, but seldom ever discussed. You have brought Avis Vermilye's choice to the table in … more
Repair these God awful potholes! more
Silly me ... I thought I was voting for Sheriff Hogrefe, you know, to enforce the law. Turns out my vote went to Sheriff Hogrefe to do an end run around my elected state legislators to "un-write" any … more
About the ongoing gun debate. I attended the March for Our Lives in Denver last year when over 100,000 concerned citizens turned out to a. support gun safety legislation, and b. oppose Senator Cory … more
Just want to voice my dismay at the resolution brought by Sheriff Hogrefe and passed by the Taos County Commission condemning Senate Bill 8. SB 8 is a sensible bill, which closes a long-standing … more
Santa Fe is abuzz with the Legislature working to improve our state. But what if our representatives are making laws that aren't enforced? Unfortunately, this is what is happening at the Oil … more
A recent article in the Albuquerque Journal on the so-called "Energy Transition Act” (“New Mexico Energy Transition Proposed,” March 2) didn’t address how elected officials … more
In 2017, the U. S. government spent $610 billion of our tax dollars on the military. And, that’s as much as the world’s next seven largest militaries spent combined – a total of … more
Thanks so much for the amazing issue last week (Feb. 21) with the deep and beautiful treatment of Avis. How timely and sensitive and to have all that print space was a treasure! The photos were … more
Your editorial cartoon about a few potholes in city streets a few weeks ago is almost laughable. more
Just picked up The Taos News (Feb. 28) and checked out your special “24 Hours: A Day in the Life of Taos.” Great job, Scott Gerdes! The entire booklet is well put together … more
In relation to the My Turn article by Terry Surguine in the Feb. 28 issue (”Say No to the Zombie Food Tax in New Mexico”), I wish to start the conversation about food tax by asking the … more
Regarding the issue of Feb. 21 and the story “A Remarkable Life, a Chosen Death” about dying with dignity. Thank you for opening this conversation in our community. Avis is the third … more
If you want to make a difference and be part of the movement to change the direction of our government regarding climate change, we need you now. Everyone agrees that youth are the most effective … more
What a movingly wonderful piece of journalism was Cody Hooks' narration of Avis' journey to death. Thank you so much!James CrowTaos more
I was amazed and delighted to see the great coverage you provided to the reasoning, choices and fulfillment of that decision made by Avis for her departure from this life. I hope you don't get too … more
I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart. What a precious story about Avis. There are moments in your article that are like a poem - thus giving it that special power of words. Had a hard time … more
I don't have Facebook so I can't post a public comment. I want to tell you I can't thank you enough for publishing this beautifully detailed, exquisitely loving article about a woman and group of … more
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