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When we walk, we have a slower pace and have more time to absorb our surroundings. There was a large number of mini alcohol bottles.
By Crystal Muzik |
4/19/18 03:32 PM
Recently, I have learned again that bee populations around Taos are diminishing at an alarming rate. And, I see that the shelves in Taos hardware stores are fully stocked with Roundup and other toxic …
By Katherine Bensusen |
4/12/18 04:25 PM
As curator of the Mix & Match: Fools for Poetry event held April 1 as part of the SOMOS celebration of National Poetry Month, I was quite surprised and shocked to see a stage prop gun used by one …
By Ariana Kramer
2018 SOMOS National Poetry Month Curator |
4/12/18 04:22 PM
I was appalled at the uncalled for, senseless, shocking and utterly inappropriate menacing display of a very real-appearing large black pistol...
By Bill Nevins |
4/5/18 03:14 PM
This is the first of what will be many letters about Steve Pearce’s run for governor of New Mexico.
By Adele Zimmerman |
4/5/18 03:11 PM
I saw a bumper sticker the other day that said; “I love your Christ. I love your Christianity. It’s your Christians that I find...
By Robert Barry |
4/5/18 03:09 PM
Both of the most recent “My Turn” letters have included half-truths and misinformation.
By Scott Draney |
4/5/18 03:06 PM
While I appreciate the love of bighorn sheep...
By Jim Ludden |
4/5/18 03:01 PM
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 …
By Michael Sayre |
3/29/18 06:00 PM
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 …
By Eugenia Hauber |
3/29/18 05:59 PM