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The impact of tourism on the Taos community has always been a complex issue and invokes a curious love-hate relationship. Having once lived in…

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I am 78 years old. I never knew my beautiful grandmother, Loretta. She died in the Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918. That epidemic inspired people…

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Something incredibly important is on the horizon. On June 8, the Town of Taos Council will have a public hearing to gather public input before…

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The central theme to my previous two My Turn essays has been the political division of the country into two camps: those promoting a democracy…

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Since 1998, I have often written to the Forest Service and the Taos News about the serious losses of water quality and quantity I have witness…

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For the past 10 years Taos Town and County elected officials have employed our tax dollars to lobby the U.S. Congress for production of pluton…

 

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An oligarchy is a form of government in which the ruling power belongs to an elite minority. The wealthy elite in the U.S. are able to have un…

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We're at a critical juncture in the town of Taos. The core issue is the loss of our young people because we lack good paying job diversity. Ho…

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I cringe from news of destruction and suffering around the world from growing climate disasters – Texans freezing in flooded homes, California…

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The political season has come early in Taos. We are less than one year away from an election to decide who will fill two Town of Taos Council …

 
 
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