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Opinion: Who is better qualified to be mayor?

I had to chuckle when I read Darien Fernandez’ letter in the January 18-24, 2018, issue of The Taos News, “Facts are, we need a change.” We will bring government into the 21st … more

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Opinion: Time to revisit the horrors of nuclear war

I chose not to listen to Donald Trump’s recent State of the Union address. My attitudes towards him are based more on personal values than political ideology. But over the following week, I … more

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New Mexico’s behavioral health crisis demands solutions

A terrible tragedy that affects thousands of vulnerable children and adults in need of often lifesaving mental health and substance abuse treatment continues to play out in slow motion in New Mexico. … more

Taos’ strength to share is its abundance of community and social capital

My work takes me to many places around the globe including developed and developing parts of the world. Yet it is Taos that has captured my heart and is a place that I joyfully return to … more

Opinion: Reflections on a Taos high-rise horror

Thursday evening’s (May 18) Planning and Zoning Commission meeting was an event which will go down in our memory-books as an embarrassment to all who participated. It began with the … more

Opinion: Energy goes where appreciation flows

Open Letter from Community of Not Forgotten: Not Forgotten Outreach is – always has been – and has proven itself as an organization that is here for the community. more

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Women marchers: Where do we go from here?

Activism can be fun. Getting involved doesn’t have to become a suffer-fest. That’s one of my important take-aways from going to D.C. to participate in the Women’s March on … more
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