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New Mexicans, including those from Taos County, have served their country by the thousands over generations. Some of the wars they served in were ill-advised and unnecessary, but whether they … more
Planning for the future of our town, our families and ourselves is hard work. It takes effort and commitment. It takes a willingness to consider other viewpoints, ideas and risky ventures. We … more
Small towns scattered across New Mexico from Farmington to Truth or Consequences and from Taos to Ratón are struggling to boost their economies and help their communities … more
#MeToo. The phrase spread rapidly across social media in the last few days with one aim – to show the magnitude of sexual assault. The challenge to women was simple, an explanation shared … more
A decade ago, this newspaper’s grand cartoonist, Bill Baron, depicted a Taoseño giving thanks for his multiple jobs. Ten years later, little has changed. Holding down multiple … more
Taos, like many towns, is facing multiple challenges when it comes to jobs. A lot of businesses say they can’t find reliable employees. Workers say it’s tough to find a job that pays a salary they can live on in an expensive town like Taos. more
Fall is definitely in the air. The aspen groves are turning gold. Snow blanketed Wheeler Peak and other high points in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains Wednesday (Sept. 27). The mountains around … more
Holy Cross Hospital is now a federally designated critical access facility, which changes the way Medicare patients will be billed. more
Archbishop John C. Wester of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe demonstrated great courage and moral determination in releasing a list of clergy accused of sexually abusing children. It is an important step … more
President Donald Trump has left to Congress the fate of hundreds of thousands of “Dreamers,” as they are frequently called – people brought to the United States as children without … more
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