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My family and I visited your beautiful city from Central Texas. Our plan was to escape the toxic environment of a big city for a week, ski and chill in one of your historic bed and breakfasts, and …
By Jose Diaz, San Antonio, Texas |
3/2/17 11:55 AM
I want to alert readers about a dangerous experience I had on my bike on Sunday, July 1.
On a steep descent down the Taos Ski Valley Road, a full-sized newer model pickup pulled up alongside me. …
By Anne-Marie Hillings |
7/6/17 01:09 PM
Although Taos is screaming about what a success this concert was, I’d like to give my opinion about how we thought this town handled the concert. We bought tickets over a month in advance yet had to wait in line with folks who didn’t have tickets. We waited for almost three hours. How about separate lines for ticket holders?
By Susan Kendrick
8/3/17 08:00 AM
For the millions of environmentalists and scientists in the U.S. and abroad up in arms over the Trump administration's withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, I have one simple question, "have …
By Dick Stokes |
7/6/17 01:07 PM
I feel compelled to respond to Ms. Ferguson’s recent “Give President Trump a chance” letter to The Taos News.
While I agree our children should not be exposed to the sick hatred …
By Jean Lipman-Troxel, Ranchos de Taos |
2/2/17 11:33 AM
I just read your article “It’s all good Greek to her, but thumbs-down on the retsina” and want to thank you for writing about Greek wine.
By Tassos Nikoleris of Thessaloniki, Greece |
9/15/17 10:43 AM
The outsider doesn't want to divide our community?
When an outsider, in this case the hotelier, Mr. Batra, doesn't want to divide Taoseños, and the mayor lauds him, there is something …
By Paul Christie |
6/29/17 03:46 PM
I enjoy biscocitos just as much as all New Mexicans. However promoting lard and sugar in your headlines (is) very unhealthy. Many Taoseños are already facing diabetes and high …
By Toni Trujillo |
12/14/17 02:23 PM
Remember when Taos looks clean and inviting? Remember when tourism flourished? Few of us do, and for many of us those days seem behind us, mostly due to a weak economy as well as the reality that some business owners fail to maintain properties while at the same time jacking up rents.
By Jeremy Landau |
8/3/17 04:25 PM
I am a commercial pilot that has resided for some 45 years in Taos. I have owned three airplanes over the years operating from the Taos Regional Airport, including a charter air service years ago …
By Raymond Lutz |
9/1/17 01:28 PM