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Ominously, these two have much in common. Hitler came to power in Germany in the 1930s and led his nation into World War II, which caused the deaths of millions of military personnel and civilians. … more
Let me make one thing perfectly clear. No person, no organization, no government, has any right to control any part of my body. Invasions of my uterus are more violent and unlawful than kicking down my front door and seizing control of my home. more
The lands in this part of the world show us the bones of our Mother Earth. With her bones exposed, it is often easier and more rapid to suck out her marrow. more
Many thanks to our readers who took the time to send us their opinions in 2019.Keep on writing to us!Lewis AndersonMark AllisonAnthony J. AyalaDan BarroneShadow BeartrackBob BresnahanDaniel A. … more
Adding to your Special Olympics recognition article on June 13 ("Everyone is a champion in Special Olympics"), I would like the community to know we have alpine skiing also at Taos Ski Valley. more
I know Holy Cross Hospital is requesting more mill levy funds from the county. Of course, hospitals always need money and I would not have a problem with my tax money going to them if they follow a fair process when asking for it. more
In these turbulent and divisive political times I've found comfort and truth in Psalm 15 from Stephen Mitchell's "A Book of Psalms, Selected and Adapted from the Hebrew" (ISBN 0-06-092470-50): more
Six-year terms? One of the numerous problems of our era is the insane cost of political campaigns, and the fact that, from the first moment of inauguration, a president has to start planning for and raising money for the second campaign. more
New Mexico has lost a unique public servant in the recent passing of Senator Carlos Cisneros. more
What is more important: money or the environment? It pains me to have to put glass and plastic in the trash, knowing that it will stay in the landfill for hundreds of thousands of years. more
Thanks to Kurt Mayne for his letter, "Leash up loose dogs" (Oct. 31). He's right, of course, that people with dogs should obey park rules and use leashes. But this brings up an important issue - which is the lack of an off-leash dog park in our community. more
My name is Melissa Martinez and my husband, Richard, and I reside in Taos. In October I had a health scare which required my admission to Holy Cross Hospital. It was very unfortunate that the medical episode was life-threatening and I was close to death. Thanks to the great staff of the facility, I am here today to express my gratitude to these individuals for saving my life. more
Save a life and make your own better by giving an older dog or cat a home during national "Adopt a Senior Pet Month" this November. Many senior dogs and cats are waiting in shelters right now, hoping to be part of a family again. more
Natives will never stop speaking for Mother Earth. As in Standing Rock, Taos Water Protectors are saying, "Respect this precious gift from Mother Earth and God. Do not abuse it or overuse it." more
Time is running out, comment periods on the Santa Fe and Carson National Forest plans close November 7th. It is vitally important that Taosenos comment in order that the Forest Services decision makers receive local knowledge and perspectives are considered in the plans. more
I am writing to urge the voters of Taos County, Río Arriba County and Santa Fe County to approve a two-mill levy added to property taxes to support the El Rito Campus reopening. more
A letter to the Taos High principal:I hope the new school year and new school are treating you well. My two kids - Ella Katz and Silas Katz - attend Taos High and I was on one of your hiring … more
I appreciate the thoughtfulness of your commentary on The Paseo 2019. Balanced and fair.Thanks! Janet Webb,Taos more
I read in the Taos News, with some dismay, that the town counselors could not bring themselves to ban plastic bags here because "Taos isn't ready."Who says Taos isn't ready, and how did they make … more
I learned so much in this week's paper (Leyendas, Sept. 19-25). Pillar stones - wow. What a mystery. Smokey Bear's tie-in with the Taos Pueblo and Greek George. A fine article on La Pocha Nostra … more
I was admitted to Holy Cross Hospital on Sept. 8, suffering from an upper respiratory infection. The staff in the Emergency Room didn't seem to mind that it was a Sunday. They knew I was really … more
Please review the video tape of our Sept. 10 Taos Town Council meeting, specifically the council's discussion and direction to staff regarding a plastic bag ordinance.Jesse Moya reported in the Sept. … more
I've told you this before on a previous visit (we live in North Carolina and spend a few months in Taos each year) but you put out an excellent newspaper. But then you know that. How you can sustain … more
Cannabis can cure a lot of ills: Global warming, the climate crisis One Solution: plant hemp cannabis in hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of acres across the globe and reduce carbon emissions. As … more
Why allow such trash at a public event? We didn't go this year, but the videos speak for themselves. Why? Trashy! Not classy. more
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