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Editorial: Broken trust, decades to heal

When deep trust is broken, it is gut wrenching, soul crushing, life altering. When the trust is broken by someone not only in a position of power over us, but someone who holds our deepest …

Editorial: Race won. Time to get to work.

Tuesday night was the celebratory moment for Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham. She had the time to thank the people who made it possible, a few hours to enjoy the applause. Then, it was off to sleep …
Ashley Quintanilla

Editorial: A call to help 

There’s not much Taoseños can do about national and world problems. But there’s a lot we can do to help one girl.

Editorial: Why vote?

On Tuesday (Nov. 6), millions of Americans, including New Mexicans, will make their voices heard through their vote.

Editorial – Our pick for sheriff: Hogrefe

One of the toughest races for Taos County voters to decide Nov. 6 is that of sheriff. The elected office is one of the most important, responsible for the safety of both the community and the …

Letter: Special thanks to Valle Escondido Home Association Golf Club

I want to thank so many great people for their support of Taos Municipal School students who are homeless and living in poverty. Specifically, the Friday Men’s League and Sunday …

Letter: Great plein air story

Thank you for your wonderful article about the Plein Air exhibit at the Fechin House. The story had great things to say about the plein air painting movement in New Mexico. I would like to add that …

Letter: Resist gun culture

Today, a Taos News post-election headline breezily included a gun metaphor: “Taos, reliably blue, sticks to its guns.” Fellow citizens: …

Letter:  Many thanks

Thank you so much for the incredible article last month and the pics for my students at Taos Academy (“School of Rock,” Tempo, Oct. 25). They will hang on my music room’s wall …

Letter: Thanks for visiting art opening

I would like to wholeheartedly thank all of the awesome folks who dropped by my art opening at Taos Studio Works this past Friday. I am a Vermont artist and to be so lovingly accepted into the Taos …
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Opinion: Hilcorp seeks to double oil and gas wells in Four Corners

Rio Arriba and San Juan Counties in New Mexico are home to more than 40,000 oil and gas wells. A methane cloud the size of Delaware floats above this section of New Mexico and adjoining states. This …
My Turn

Opinion: What you need to know about ‘smart’ meters and Kit Carson Electric Coop

It used to be that your utility company would send out a meter reader to your house to read your meter each month and record and report your usage. That was in the good old days of analog meters. …
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Opinion: Public education’s relationship to democracy

Knowledge provides power to learn, understand, discern and assimilate information. One of the goals of an effective public education is to promote the development of those traits and enable critical …

My Turn: Thank you to voters from Taos County Sheriff

Hello, Taos County voters. First and foremost, I’d like to thank you for your support and your confidence in me during the election last week.

Without Reservations

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