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Letter: Select for key cabinet positions now

After the election, I am reminded that I am an advocate for a short list for such New Mexico cabinet positions as Secretary of Energy, Minerals and Natural … more

Letter to the editor: Thanks to some undercover angels in Taos

Taos has angels but they are undercover and their wings don't show until someone needs help. more

Letter: Network has right to dump Barr

Just a point of clarification regarding Ana Klenicki's column in the June 7 edition of The Taos News: I agree with the author's point that if we agree that one must be consistent in the defense … more

Letter: Koch Brothers behind recent opinion pieces

You recently ran two editorials opposing wind power and advocating "tax reform" written by officials of the Rio Grande Foundation that describes itself as "independent and nonpartisan." Readers … more

Opinion: One Way to reduce school violence: build smaller schools

New Mexico lawmakers included $40 million for improving school safety in this year’s state budget to pay for security features, such as metal detectors, surveillance cameras and bulletproof … more

Letter-writing campaign a success

I want to thank The Taos News for publicizing the Amnesty International “Write For Rights” event held at SOMOS Dec. 10 — International Human Rights Day. About 25 people attended, and we wrote 67 letters of appeal on behalf of victims of … more

Letter: Deep thanks to local police

A friend recently experienced a medical emergency in Taos, and one of the duties that fell to me was to move his vehicle to his home. I want to thank Taos Police … more

Letter: Taos baffled by backing

I read the front-page article in the 3/22 edition about the trials and travails of developer Jay Batra in his renovation of the Hotel Don Fernando. These include liens resulting from unpaid bills and … more

Letter: Always part of her heart

On a recent visit to Taos after a several-year absence, I was struck (or re-struck, I should say) by the beauty of the place I called home for nearly a decade. Everything … more

Letter: SOMOS seeks information about donor

Do you know this woman? SOMOS, the literary society of Taos, wants to know. Her name is Sue Carol Francis. She lived in Fort Collins, Colorado and had a … more
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