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Opinion: Small school can’t withstand further cuts

On September 19th, one-fourth of Taos County public schools will learn whether they will need to cut funding to educational programs such as physical education, Spanish language instruction, tutoring … more

Opinion: Taos County residents, You have a choice for Taos County Sheriff

Taos County residents, please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jani Dean Davis and I am running for Taos County Sheriff. There will be two sheriff candidates on the ballot this November 6th . … more

Opinion: Improving our National Forests is a kid's job

New Mexico's beautiful mountains, mesas, forests and streams inspire all of us who live, work and play here. Fortunately, all Americans are blessed with access to these landscapes through our network … more

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Opinion: Who says bonds are boring?

The upcoming local, state and national election on Nov. 6 is an important one no matter what your party affiliation. But on the back of the ballot, where it is very easy to overlook, a small item is … more

Opinion: Nurse turned ER patient thankful for Holy Cross Hospital

Letter to Bill Patten, CEO of Holy Cross Hospital: After experiencing the service in your emergency room, I had to write to tell you of the exceptional employees you have. more

Opinion: We all want Holy Cross Hospital to succeed

There is no question that everyone, including me, in Taos County wants our hospital to not only survive but thrive. To insinuate otherwise is just wrong. However, we need to find solutions as to why … more

Opinion – A grateful hiker: ‘Taos must be heaven’

I was forwarded an online copy of your Aug. 18 issue, which featured an article entitled, “Man Suffers Heart Attack on Devisadero Trail.” It was of particular interest to me as I am that … more

Opinion: Disappearing care for mothers and infants

This month the New York Times printed an article entitled, “It’s 4:00 AM. The Baby’s coming, but the Hospital is 100 Miles Away.” It told the harrowing story of a … more

Opinion: What has become of Kit Carson Park?

Has Kit Carson Park become the city’s commercial enterprise? And when is a public park not public? more
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