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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. more
Thank you for the excellent article on grooming our trees ("How do you cut your trees?" Aug. 1). It reminded me of a topic that disturbs me: the removal by the new owner of the Kachina Lodge of all … more
Why allow such trash at a public event? We didn't go this year, but the videos speak for themselves. Why? Trashy! Not classy. more
My siblings and I would like to thank everyone who attended our mom, Shelley Bahr's, Celebration of Life on the plaza on Saturday (May 4). We especially want to thank the town of Taos for recognizing … more
Dear Editor, We at AAA Home Care want to congratulate and thank Mountain Home Health for the years they have served the personal care services consumers of our county. Their skill and love is present … more
Today I got a spam that was from amazonprime15507@gmail.com showing that I had ordered $6,000 worth of merchandise. It appeared legitimate and had a 1-800 number to call if I suspected this was a … more
Thank you to the highway crews for the work on the potholes. I recently broke my arm, and I could feel every road bump in my arm. Fixing potholes is an endless job. Mother Nature always wins. I thank … more
There has been construction work going on at the east end of the East/West Taos Regional Airport runway and I have two concerns: 1. What the heck are they doing; and 2. Someone should tell the … more
Embryo is not gooIn her letter "Women losing personal rights" (Favor y Contra, May 23, A10), Adele Zimmerman has set herself up as an uninformed, arbitrary moral standard. To characterize the human … more
To Ben Ray Luján:I am truly excited that you have chosen to refuse corporate PAC money in this campaign. Your email touched on the terrible harm corporate money has done to the welfare of … 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
Once again, a New Mexico river, the beautiful and beleaguered Gila, tops the list of America's Most Endangered Rivers. It's distressing that, as the 21st century grinds on, a little group of locals … more
Open letter to Mr. Bill Patten, CEO; Holy Cross Hospital Board of Directors and the Taos Community: I am writing in response to Mr. Patten’s invitation for community input to the urgent … more
The current administration's energy policy as investigated by revealnews.org, "Behind Trump's Energy Dominance," is alarming. Leaked e-mails by the Trump administration … 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
If you want to make a difference and be part of the movement to change the direction of our government regarding climate change, we need you now. Everyone agrees that youth are the most effective … more
Taos Middle School would like to invite all fifth , sixth and seventh-grade students from Taos International School to come pre-register, shadow and visit our school on Friday, … more
Regarding the issue of Feb. 21 and the story “A Remarkable Life, a Chosen Death” about dying with dignity. Thank you for opening this conversation in our community. Avis is the third … more
Adding to your Special Olympics recognition article on June 13 ("Everyone is a champion in Special Olympics"), I would like the community to know we have alpine skiing also at Taos Ski Valley. more
Dear Taos Community Friends, Thank you so much for being part of my studio/gallery debut and SallyGators Launch Party Saturday, (April 21). 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
"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. more
Time to change New Mexico's flag color from yellow/red to turquoise/yellow. Turquoise is New Mexico's true color. more
In relation to the My Turn article by Terry Surguine in the Feb. 28 issue (”Say No to the Zombie Food Tax in New Mexico”), I wish to start the conversation about food tax by asking the … more
=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. more
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