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A new publication, Noseeum, jumps into 21st century social justice issues and includes a few tips for do-gooders and homeopaths seeking inexpensive remedies for … everything. You may have seen the Noseeum (no-see-um) zine, waiting for your attention in coffee or tea shops, called by their collective publishers, "an occasional journal, based in Taos …" which publishes stories "that often go unheard."

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Five detainees and now an officer at the Taos County Adult Detention Center have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in less than two weeks.

Taos County public information officer Anissa Arrambide said the officer, who is also the first county employee to be reported positive, received the results on Friday (Oct. 23) and is now in self-quarantine.

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It was the evening of Aug. 25, 2019, and William Berry, a 63-year-old former ski lift operator, had been arrested earlier that day for driving without a license.

He struggled to breathe in his cell at the Taos County Adult Detention Center and repeatedly asked the guards for his asthma medication. His requests were ignored, until finally, at 9 p.m., seven hours after Berry was booked, Sgt. Leroy Vigil told him to step out of his cell if he wanted his medicine, according to Berry.