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On the 9th of December my program, The Taos H.O.P.E. Project, and volunteers with Common Ground went out to the bridge for the monks’ ceremony and we brought hundreds of little notes of … more
This letter is in reference to Chevron Corporation's reclamation project at the Questa (Molycorp) Mine site. The work done by Chevron Corporation is to comply with the Questa Mine site being … more
Thank you for the lights on the Plaza; they are lovely. We would like to express our gratitude for the choice of the warm hue LED lights and creative lighting design in the … more
Gov. Susana Martinez, unable to cripple an incoming Democratic administration à la Wisconsin and Michigan due to the lack of a compliant Republican legislature, still … more
It would be nice to reward those residents who generate less waste. more
I am writing this today in pride. What I have seen over the past few years is a significant cultural change, a significant shift in the support for The Taos Tigers across all sports platforms. In … more
Dr. Geilan Ismail is retiring from her cardiology practice in Taos this month. I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank her for many years of hard work in this community. Her … more
With voter repression increasing in our political landscape, aren't we moving towards the Josef Stalin school of elections? more
Thank you for the article on Coach Torres. While growing up in Taos my mother Lydia worked full time, and my brothers David, Floyd and I spent a substantial amount of time with Mr. Torres' … more
I am sorry, but we are surrounded by sore losers: Gary Johnson, and lazy winners, Jacqueline Medina and Jerry Hogrefe. Please take down your signs. Enough is enough... more
While President Trump is pardoning two turkeys for Thanksgiving, every one of us can exercise that same presidential power by choosing a nonviolent … more
I want to thank so many great people for their support of Taos Municipal School students who are homeless and living in poverty. Specifically, the Friday Men’s League and Sunday … more
Thank you for your wonderful article about the Plein Air exhibit at the Fechin House. The story had great things to say about the plein air painting movement in New Mexico. I would like to add that … more
Today, a Taos News post-election headline breezily included a gun metaphor: “Taos, reliably blue, sticks to its guns.” Fellow citizens: … more
Thank you so much for the incredible article last month and the pics for my students at Taos Academy (“School of Rock,” Tempo, Oct. 25). They will hang on my music room’s wall … more
I would like to wholeheartedly thank all of the awesome folks who dropped by my art opening at Taos Studio Works this past Friday. I am a Vermont artist and to be so lovingly accepted into the Taos … more
My praise for Holy Cross Hospital! Over the past two years or so, I have been admitted to the emergency room four times and subsequently admitted to the hospital as an inpatient for approximately six … more
Hate crimes are rising and roughly half target Jews. The 11 murdered at a synagogue last weekend come on the heels of a pipe bomb mailed to Holocaust survivor George Soros from a Floridian known for … more
“Johnson best choice for New Mexico governor,” read a headline last week in The Taos News. Wow. That was a very rare black swan moment. The Taos News was right … and wrong … … more
Trump's failure to condemn the right-wing white supremacists in Virginia and a similar group in Arizona is, in my opinion, a trickle down effect on all … more
Right now to try a Tesla, you have to drive to a suburb of Denver. We are one of the few states that do not allow Tesla to have a showroom. I can see why. Once you try a Tesla, you will … more
Public transportation for some is the only option for getting around. For others, it is more efficient than using a vehicle, especially considering factors like commute time, … more
We have never endorsed candidates for public office. Any claim that we have is mistaken. more
The “Blue Bus” is so much more than a means of transportation to many folks in our community. It means freedom and independence for the elderly and aging population to get to and from … more
As a former city councilman and a former representative on the North Central Regional Transit District Board, I am familiar with public transit and the needs of people in our community. Many … more
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