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I read the May 13th article about the Taos sheriff's "round-up" team arresting 16 people on old warrants and serving up new ones if they tried to flee or were found with certain items, such as a marijuana pipe or a .22 rifle. The article states that there was "zero use of force." I guess that means they didn't pull the trigger or apply lethal chokeholds, although they certainly brandished their military-style assault-rifles at people.

I know this because a well-armed fright-force showed up at my daughter's door, banging and demanding some unknown individual give himself up. Instead, my daughter and 3-year-old granddaughter came to the door and talked them down, managing to convince them they had the wrong address. As the article stated, these were state police and didn't know one end of town from the other. They declined her offer to come in for tea.

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Thank you again for your journalistic efforts to make the Taos Environmental Film Festival a success. I really appreciated the articles and the design work of the Taos News!

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Dear Taos News team,

Thank you again for your journalistic efforts to make the Taos Environmental Film Festival a success. I really appreciated the articles and the design work of the Taos News...

It does seem ironic that the front page of the Taos News has lead articles about the coronavirus and the hospital, yet all five of you [county commissioners] have at least one hand on your faces, at …

I learned so much in this week's paper (Leyendas, Sept. 19-25). Pillar stones - wow. What a mystery. Smokey Bear's tie-in with the Taos Pueblo and Greek George. A fine article on La Pocha Nostra …

I read with interest the article in June 27's paper on page C3 entitled "Animal shelter hosts open house, festival," being very excited about the tiny sentence in the second paragraph of the tiny …

Larry Torres' articles in The Taos News ("Habla usted Spam-glish?") are priceless, I looked forward to them every week. Of his many excellent stories I think my favorite was when Grama Cuca caught …

Although no one wants news like this, I thought the detail of John Miller's article "After the Jump" (The Taos News, May 2) truly served the public. We take much for granted. This story helped many …