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Give President Trump a chance

I am shocked and dismayed at the length people have stooped to in reaction to the President elect. The green neon signs displayed everywhere in the heart of our town are disgraceful, sexist, anti-God. Our children do not need to be exposed to this … more

Opinion: Taos Land Trust working toward community conservation, park creation

The Taos Land Trust (TLT) has embarked on a new, expanded version of its mission and is working to serve the community more directly by responding to public priorities through various planning projects. Among our new initiatives is … more

Without Reservations

Hosting an Earth Day 'power out party'

Earth Day is upon us (April 22) and it is a great time to remember that we need to be mindful of our actions as they can either help us contribute to the care or destruction of our planet. A great way for us to celebrate Earth Day is to show our … more

‘NewMexit’ — the case for New Mexico independence

Secession might have originally been a mental game and a threat against deportation, but with the cabinet picks by President-elect Trump, it is becoming an increasingly viable option. The following independence referendum is about the right to … more

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Opinion: Governor violating state constitution with budget actions

Is the governor violating the state constitution with budget actions? It sure looks like Governor Martinez is headed in that direction. Let's take a look at it.With an insistence on balancing the state budget for the last few years by … more

Opinion – Twisted logic: Why do we think killing bighorns will save them?

Two hundred years ago the bighorn sheep population in the U.S., Canada and northern Mexico was estimated at more than 2 million.By the 1920s, they had been killed off in six Western states. … more

Piping La Acequia Madre Cañon not a threat, but a viable option

Piping 3,500 feet of La Acequia Madre Cañon de Llano San Juan Nepomuceno is the best option and the right thing to do. We must do this to improve reliability, efficiency, and health and safety conditions of our main source of water. Our acequia … more

Opinion: RGDN Monument good for New Mexico; leave it alone

On March 25, New Mexicans celebrated the fifth anniversary of Río Grande del Norte National Monument. Designated by President Obama in 2013, the national monument came after years of community … more
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