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Many readers were no doubt pleased to see in a recent Taos News that the Taos Ski Valley (TSV) has planned to increase the minimum wage for its workers to $15 per hour beginning in October. The community takes great pride in TSV for the many improvements its new owner and staff have made to the slopes and services in recent years, and especially for its commitment to the environment. The wage increase for low-skilled workers is one more reason to be proud of this employer.

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The Taos News has committed to implement a weekly column to help educate our community about emotional healing through grief. People may write…

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The COVID-19 case rate (cases per 100,000 people per week) increased by 48 percent across New Mexico between July 7-12, according to the town of Taos, which referenced data from the New Mexico Department of Health and Johns Hopkins University.

The case rate increase in Taos County from the previous week was nearly three-fold, jumping from 34 to 92. The county case rate had peaked in November 2020 at 627 cases per 100,000 people per week.

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It looks like the new year may start a little brighter for some New Mexicans as the minimum wage increase goes into effect on January 1. The i…