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By Lindsey Lozen I believe that the La Pocha Nostra exhibit did exactly what it was supposed to do as good art should always do; impassion, incense, provoke and cause discussion as well as make us … more
As you know, many Taoseños from around the county are pleased that the town adopted Resolution 19-22 last May. Many more will sign on in support as they learn … more
Whether you’re passionate about pursuing Rio Grande cutthroat trout, an annual deer or elk hunt with family and friends, or you just care about the health of our forests and watersheds, you … more
Dear Taos News, Thank you for the short piece updating the public on our progresses in Arroyo Seco and the Anglada building in Cañon ("Taos Cow to be resurrected in historic Anglada's dance hall," … more
It is not unusual to read another headline about the irrefutable climate crisis of our planet. If awareness about the burning Amazon did not fluster your daily routines and shake up your muscles … more
As a benefit navigation program coordinator at Holy Cross Medical Center, I am very passionate about ensuring that the people in my community know their options when it comes to health insurance. I … more
Money to a politician is like crack cocaine to a drug addict and they will do anything to get it, even pimping out a public park to a private corporation for a commercial event and without … more
I suppose we should thank Donald Trump for something unprecedented. He has ripped the mask of genteel racism off the face of the Republican Party. Ever since Nixon's infamous 1968 "Southern … more
September is suicide awareness month and with suicide being a major concern in Taos County, I felt I should write a letter to help bring awareness to the issue.Approximately 47,000 Americans … more
Legalities aside regarding the lawful use of Kit Carson Park as a mega-event site, this author can say without a doubt that this event broke the back of the Taos Watercolor Society.This art … more
Tsunamis of noise emanating from Kit Carson Park hammered Taos for three days, last weekend (Aug. 16-18). Some of what was heard during the Meow Wolf Taos Vortex event was recognizable as music, the … more
I am seeking a 14th term as State Representative, Taos County, District #42, for 2020. I am currently vice-chairman of the New Mexico House of Representatives Appropriations Committee and a member of … more
At our Landfill Board meeting last week (Aug. 15) the following decisions were made:- The Landfill Board voted unanimously to temporarily take over recycling operations effective Sept. 1, 2019.- The … more
To all my friends, neighbors and constituents,First and foremost let me remind you of the extraordinary work I've been able to accomplish over the course of the last 34 years. I was able to secure … more
The struggle for saving our planet sometimes seems like a war. Rather than resignation to defeat, we can restore the tradition of victory gardens from previous wars. These began as vegetable, fruit … more
Blessed silence, how sweet the non-sound! I can hear … I can think … I can relax. Over the past three days, my eardrums reverberated, my brain ricocheted off the walls of my skull, my jaw stayed … more
By Lynn FitzGeraldIf you love to walk in Kit Carson Park, be sure to walk outside the park and see that most of the surrounding properties are residential. There is only a small strip of property … more
Could it really be that difficult to comprehend? Friends of Kit Carson Park do indeed oppose the transformation of this cherished Taos community asset to a rock concert venue. It's … more
Shma Yisrael, Hear O Israel, the sacred proclamation especially in the face of imminent death, the Lord is our God, the Lord is One - uttered the last breath of six million European … more
Labor Day weekend will be celebrated by many Americans as an occasion for picnics and end-of-summer cookouts. But who invented the weekend, or the vacation, for that matter? Before … more
If one explores the evolution of white supremacy several dynamics will be revealed.First, there is the element of an actual sense of superiority. That perspective usually is derived from … more
As an educator heading back to school for the fall semester, I've been thinking a lot about the efforts underway in New Mexico to address emissions from oil and gas production … more
Here we go again, this time with a price of 29 deaths. Let's trot out the old "background check" mantra, a process that can be bypassed in so many ways. Psychiatric studies show that people with … more
Dear Taxpayers of Taos: Do you know what you pay just to cover the interest on the national debt?You have heard that the national debt is huge - it's over $22 trillion now - and rising. The federal … more
So this happened ...Monday (Aug. 6) started as a normal day for me. I attended my 8 a.m. meeting at First Presbyterian with my family of the heart, then I ran a couple of errands and, … more
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