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Elections in the time of coronavirus pose a dilemma for us all. How can we safely participate? How can we get to know candidates at a time when social mixing is potentially dangerous? And, what has priority at this moment in time? We will get through this period of chaos and uncertainty, but we don't know exactly what lies at the other side. What we do know is that we will need strong public officials and leaders who will have the best interest of the people in mind and act accordingly. Elections are important and have consequences.

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Betsy Musselman has served the people of Northern New Mexico as a lawyer and Officer of the Court since the early ’80s. Musselman now wants to use her extensive knowledge of the law to serve our community as the District Judge for Division 2 in the 8th Judicial District - Taos, Colfax and Union Counties. Musselman knows how important having a lifetime of legal experience is to making sure people are treated fairly and according to the law.

Stray Hearts Animal Shelter in Taos has received a $6,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to help cover the expenses of preparing animals for adoption."The board and staff at Stray Hearts are …

Last April, I was appointed Division 2 District judge by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham after being recommended by a bipartisan judicial nominating commission. I am running in the 2020 election to keep my seat. For those who do not know me, I would like to introduce myself.

Based on testimony given at a Dec. 19 appeal hearing in Taos, independent hearing officer John Ziegler found that the Public Education Department was justified in suspending the Questa school board's authority from Nov. 12 until Jan. 1.