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"What are those poor rafters going to do?" is a question I've already heard in this drought season now descending upon us. The short answer is that we, your local outfitters, are rafting, and will continue to do so for the full-length of the summer tourist season.
By Steve Miller |
5/3/18 03:07 PM
=Over the last few years, the public and I have had the opportunity to observe the Taos County Sheriff's Department under the direction of Sheriff Hogrefe.
By Elaine Graves |
5/3/18 05:29 PM
I support and endorse Ernie Ortega for (Rio Arriba County) Magistrate Judge, Division 1.
By Erminio Martinez |
5/3/18 05:17 PM
Banding together to protect homeWhile Ms. Reyna's article on "Surviving Columbus" is quite relevant, I have conducted readings for several years and have identified three Las Vegas, New Mexico, …
By Lloyd Rivera |
5/3/18 05:22 PM
"Immigrants are taking the jobs!"
This cry is heard throughout the land, has been a throat-choking craw in the election, and is an issue that's going to keep on keeping on for the foreseeable future.
We seldom, if ever, hear: "The boss …
By Joanne Forman, Talpa |
11/10/16 06:29 AM
Friday, (June 23), my car stalled on me at the intersection of Roy and Paseo as I was taking it to Metric Motors. While many cars honked at me or gave me the finger, three helpers arrived. A woman in …
By Suzanne D. Schutze |
6/29/17 02:11 PM
I am sickened by the political decline of Israel, a country I was taught to nurture as an American Jew. It has continued to morally debase itself and become destructive, digging a hole so …
By Justin Friedman, Lama |
5/24/18 04:43 PM
I met Tony Reyna 15 years ago at his shop at Taos Pueblo. I stopped in to look at the jewelry not knowing the story of this incredible man.
Several years later I took my best friend from college home on leave from the Philippines over to his shop …
By David Siff, Peñasco |
12/18/16 11:33 PM
Taos Democrats need to wake up!
When I went to vote, I was very disappointed to see that all county and state offices only had one candidate — an incumbent Democrat. This is not a choice and does not offer multiple solutions for public …
By Ed Forde, Valdez |
11/18/16 02:55 AM
Don't vote for just anyoneIf you do not take the time to find out about a particular candidate, don't vote for him or her. You are not required to vote for every office on the ballot, so if you do …
By Eric E. Patterson, Valdez |
5/25/18 10:01 AM