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Taoseños turned out in droves Tuesday (June 27) at a town council meeting to voice their opinions about a proposed four-story Holiday Inn Express.Some people supported the project. Many did not.But almost all of them acknowledged Taos needs … more
What to say when unexplainable, unimaginable nightmares unfold in a community?It is not that Northern New Mexico is a stranger to violence. People are murdered every year in Taos and Río Arriba counties, where last Thursday's shootings … more
Kudos to the estimated 200 people who packed the conference room at the Sagebrush Inn on Monday to provide comments and thoughts about the future of downtown Taos. They took the time out of their busy schedules, gave up their favorite evening … more
Taos faces many challenges, as do all the rural towns in the county:• Home prices continue rising in the valley.• Living costs outpace Taos salaries.• Jobs that pay a living wage are scarce.• Agricultural lands continue to … more
In Taos County, we say we want to protect our children.We have a lot of good people trying to do so.Among them are the stalwart volunteers from businesses, nonprofits, libraries, schools and fire stations who've stepped up to take training and offer … more
“War is simple, direct and ruthless,” said Gen. George S. Patton Jr., a man who saw firsthand the ruthlessness as a leader in World War I and World War II. So, too, the men and women … more
There isn’t much point to asking for public input if a decision is preordained by elected officials and government administrators. Town of Taos Manager Rick Bellis made it plain in … more
Teenagers watch and learn more from adult actions than from their words.   Take two situations that have recently developed in New Mexico. In Taos, adults are squabbling over who owns the … more
President Donald Trump and his administration need to back off of their move to review and potentially undo protections for national monuments designated after 1996, including the Río Grande del Norte.The president, as outlined in the executive … more
When 18 students in Taos recently earned their biliteracy seals in Spanish and English, they not only gained an official recognition of their skills in two languages, but they'll also now have a leg up on their peers when it comes to college and job … more
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