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Letter: What is wrong with this hospital??

I have worked as a provider for 41 years in the health care system. I am a nurse practitioner who moved to Taos from Albuquerque about a year ago. In that year, I … more

Burglaries on rise, be vigilant

Burglaries on rise, be vigilantBurglaries have been epidemic in the Lower Las Colonias area in the past month. Many have occurred during the day. Some have involved a person or persons on foot or on … more

Shout out to Katie of Moxie

Shout out to Katie of MoxieWe have been frequent visitors to Taos over the last 30 years. We are always awed by the beautiful landscape, blue skies, regional food and all the things much written … more

Traffic slow? Try a quebrada

Traffic slow? Try a quebradaWell, it is summertime in Taos and the traffic shows it. I know we are all in a hurry to get to the next place we are going. It shows on your faces as the line of cars in … more

Respect the woods

Respect the woodsThis is a letter to the editor with an attached photo that prompted the letter.I was on Italianos (Canyon) trail in the Ski Valley today, and I ran into a group of youths that was on … more

A job well done

The situation that unfolded in an isolated compound north of Taos near the Colorado border over the last few days sent ripples across the nation.Five adults were arrested, and due to the choices they … more

Letter: Promote on-demand bus service

I am writing to let people know that there is now an on-demand bus service in Taos, provided by the North Central Regional Transit District... more

Letter: No art degree in Taos

I have lived in Taos for 15 years. I came here in 2003 thinking that I could learn from the best of the progeny of "the new school of American art." more

Letter: MS meeting thank you

Thank you to all who helped organize and attended the special MS meeting with Dr. Theod Phillips at the Taos County Economic Development Center. We had a very informative question and answer session … more

Letter: Replace flags, stop warmongering

Time to change New Mexico's flag color from yellow/red to turquoise/yellow. Turquoise is New Mexico's true color. more
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