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Dear Taos News,

Victor is no longer with us to have a voice and provide his side of the story but that doesn't mean that he should be made to sound like the abuser. Especially considering that there were two children involved as the silent victims in this story. My point being is, it is not a one-sided open-and-closed story...

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Less than three weeks ago, a judge ordered New Mexico to provide computers and high-speed internet to at-risk students for remote learning.

On Tuesday, he issued another mandate.

Hurry it up, he said.

First Judicial District Judge Matthew J. Wilson ruled the state must immediately determine which public education students and teachers do not have digital devices and then get them some.

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Voters have until 7 p.m. on Nov. 3 to cast ballots in the 2020 general election.

Most of the Taos County races are uncontested. For political candidates in contested races, Taos News recommends voting Democrat down the ballot: