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It is easy to make a difference. This is a rare opportunity to speak up on bills in the state Legislature. Read and get informed at RetakeOurDemocracy.org. Sign up for their daily newsletter and the … more
It takes a village to feed a village. The Shared Table Food Pantry kicked off its 25th year of sharing love, groceries, school supplies and personal health care items with a celebration made possible … more
It is with love and respect that I comment publicly on the retirement of a fixture of the Taos County health care and education community - Judy Lockwood, family nurse practitioner (FNP). After more … more
Taos High School is refusing to issue new parking permits to students despite all of the open parking space at school. I was recently told by the administration that parking is a … more
I chuckled at Baron's last cartoon (Feb. 7), "The Three Seasons of Taos - Snow, Mud, Dust." But indeed, there is a fourth season if one lives long enough to see and survives the first three. Its name … more
Let's consider the positive changes stated in John Miller's article ("Speed Limit Lowered at Gorge Bridge," Feb. 7). Yes, 35 miles per hour is a thumb's-up. But what about the pedestrian safety to … more
I pedaled fast past two of those dogs, but one dog caught me on a slight hill. He was running alongside me for 40 or 50 yards trying to bite my leg. more
I want to thank the mayor and town council for supporting the airport expansion and Taos Air service to Austin\Dallas Texas. Visiting Taos in my youth in the early 1970s, I was moved by the wonderful … more
Are we rapidly becoming a banana republic? A third world country? more
The Second Bill of Rights was proposed by President Franklin Roosevelt in his State of the Union address in January 1944. He called them an “economic bill of rights,” which included … more
On Jan. 29, my son had a wellness check with his pediatrician at Taos Clinic for Children and Youth. The appointment was scheduled for 3:20 pm. When we arrived, at least four to five other children … more
Our goal is to protect our cultural values, cultural sites, tribal lands and animals. more
Remember our dedication to local flavor and quality when you are choosing where to eat breakfast. more
The cold temperatures are too much for dogs and cats to handle so be a responsible pet owner and bring them inside. Many dogs have thick fur but not one breed is safe from freezing and below-freezing … more
The prescribers of opioids are partially responsible for the current opioid crisis. We are remiss in explaining to the patient when it is time to stop any opioid, he or she will have withdrawal … more
On the 9th of December my program, The Taos H.O.P.E. Project, and volunteers with Common Ground went out to the bridge for the monks’ ceremony and we brought hundreds of little notes of … more
This letter is in reference to Chevron Corporation's reclamation project at the Questa (Molycorp) Mine site. The work done by Chevron Corporation is to comply with the Questa Mine site being … more
Thank you for the lights on the Plaza; they are lovely. We would like to express our gratitude for the choice of the warm hue LED lights and creative lighting design in the … more
Gov. Susana Martinez, unable to cripple an incoming Democratic administration à la Wisconsin and Michigan due to the lack of a compliant Republican legislature, still … more
It would be nice to reward those residents who generate less waste. more
I am writing this today in pride. What I have seen over the past few years is a significant cultural change, a significant shift in the support for The Taos Tigers across all sports platforms. In … more
Dr. Geilan Ismail is retiring from her cardiology practice in Taos this month. I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank her for many years of hard work in this community. Her … more
With voter repression increasing in our political landscape, aren't we moving towards the Josef Stalin school of elections? more
Thank you for the article on Coach Torres. While growing up in Taos my mother Lydia worked full time, and my brothers David, Floyd and I spent a substantial amount of time with Mr. Torres' … more
I am sorry, but we are surrounded by sore losers: Gary Johnson, and lazy winners, Jacqueline Medina and Jerry Hogrefe. Please take down your signs. Enough is enough... more
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