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Once again, transparency in town government has taken a hit.At the Tuesday, (May 22) Taos Town Council meeting, a motion to video and audio, i.e., record, the town council's Monday workshop meetings …
By Lawrence Baker |
6/29/18 02:25 PM
First came here 49 years go this summer. Sometime over 50 years ago, maybe much more than that, persons currently unidentified built two chairs on the summit of Devisadero Peak.
By David L. Witt, Taos |
6/28/18 05:05 PM
As Trump proudly boasts to the world that he is God’s answer to all its problems, the reality is that he is nothing but an empty-headed blowhard whose intentions are always self-motivated and …
By Al Spungen, Arroyo Seco |
6/21/18 04:16 PM
I read with interest the article by D. Dowd Muska regarding “big wind” in the June 7 edition of The Taos News.
By Peter Selzer, Ranchos de Taos |
6/21/18 04:12 PM
In January 2015 an estimated 265 million civilian guns were in the U. S. when the population was about 320 million, including small children and those with infirmities. Not surprisingly, we are the …
By Norm Ferguson, Taos |
6/21/18 03:55 PM
I was the only Jew in the elementary school. If there were others, I didn’t find them. I searched my grade and the other grades, the teachers too. I’d talk about Judaism and see who …
By Rabbi Matthew Swaye
Ranchos de Taos and Two Peaks |
6/21/18 03:50 PM
By Ricardo Caté |
6/21/18 03:47 PM
We think of murder in a small town as a loss of innocence, but it isn’t exactly that.
By Shirley Atencio, Dixon |
6/15/18 03:30 PM
In The Taos News June 7-13, 2018 two My Turn submissions appeared. Both were submitted by the same group: the Rio Grande Foundation.
By Ron Hagg, Arroyo Hondo |
6/15/18 03:25 PM
By Ricardo Caté |
6/15/18 03:22 PM