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'This past year has been huge for me," Nikesha Breeze says. "Not just with the lockdowns and relative home isolation.
Breeze is the mother of two teenage sons, one of whom just won a national scholarship competition and was awarded a full-ride four-year all-inclusive scholarship to the University of Chicago, but with all the uprisings around the world for Black Lives Matter and social justice, both of which I've been deeply engaged with."
I have a garden just small enough that I'm able to keep watered. Despite its tiny size, once the basil and chard get going, and the arugula, then finally the tomatoes, it's fresh produce through autumn. I also grow some flowers and the catnip, immortal, somehow not only survives, but overtakes space. The zucchini I manage to save from squash bugs are more than plenty. I give food away.
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Julianna Sandoval Class of 2020 Salutatorian: ready and poised for success
The town of Taos Council met for a regular meeting Tuesday (Sept. 24) and discussed a future solar power facility on Los Cordovas Road. Syncarpha Taos has been approved by the town council for the …
Community members gathered at UNM Taos Bataan Hall Thursday for a discussion about the landmark Yazzie/Martinez v. New Mexico case as the deadline for the state respond rapidly approaches. Taos …