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Not a fan of the signs

My family and I visited your beautiful city from Central Texas. Our plan was to escape the toxic environment of a big city for a week, ski and chill in one of your historic bed and breakfasts, and … more

Memorial seeks to reduce wild horse herds

A Senate Joint Memorial wants the U.S. Department of Interior to better manage a growing wild horse population even if that means euthanasia and unrestricted sales to people who might haul the … more

New barriers installed near Gorge Bridge under cover of darkness

Río Grande Gorge Bridge vendors were shocked at the start of their day Thursday (Sept. 14) as concrete barricades had been installed along the highway shoulder where they normally … more

Racism never went away

Racists aren’t born. They’re made. So the challenge for all of us is how to unmake and stop the kind of racism that reared its ugly head in the most public way possible this week in … more

A fresh perspective: 'Where has common decency gone?'

If you had attended the Governor's forum on Tuesday (April 18) hoping to hear Governor Martinez speak on her series of vetoes, our state budget, and the steps forward, we are sad to say you would have been disappointed. Instead, only inflammatory … more

Update: Taoseños urge politicians to strengthen ‘sanctuary’ status

When President Donald Trump signed an executive order that sought to punish local governments with immigrant “sanctuary” policies, the reaction was swift. While bigger cities like San … more

Opinion: What if we were all vegans?

Some of you reading this this article have a dog or a cat laying on your lap. You love animals: well maybe not all animals. Most of you just finished eating a hamburger or turkey sandwich. How can … more

In 2018, no chairwoman for Taos County

The majority of the Taos County Board of Commissioners voted to block Commissioner Candyce O'Donnell from taking on a leadership role among the board while voting two members into their third terms as chairman and vice-chairman. more

State to rewrite science proposal

In a surprise turnaround, the state secretary of public education announced Tuesday night (Oct. 17) that his department will revise its controversial proposal for new science teaching standards, … more

Owners put down loose bull near Weimer Road in Taos

A bull that had gotten loose on the south end of Taos has been put down due to the danger it posed to the public, according to officials … more
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