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Lately, I have noticed a few Pearce for Governor signs around in Northern New Mexico. Since I have always felt that no one should vote for anyone on the ballot unless you really … more
Hey, I like bright LEDs and short-attention-span images as much as the next person, but there was a big problem with this year’s Paseo, namely, the … more
Great care at Holy CrossSaturday, Sept. 1, I received great care in the emergency room of our Taos Holy Cross Hospital for what turned out to be a minor health matter. The attention and care that I … more
Plumb grateful to plumberDear Editor:Recently, amid health concerns, automobile problems and imminent visitation by out-of-state relatives not seen for many years, our hot water system decided to add … more
Dear Holy Cross Director: I am writing to express my gratitude to your hospital for the excellent care I received when I went to the hospital emergency room on Saturday, … more
Taos, I've been dwelling among your parts for the better part of two years, and I'd like to chip in with some words. There are quite of few internationally minded folk in this … more
 Very late on an August night, a neighbor came to our somewhat isolated home crying out for help to deal with a dangerous situation that clearly required a 911 call. I was told by dispatch … more
At the request of the Taos Mountain Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Gov. Susana Martinez proclaimed the week of Monday (Sept. … more
Thank you, Dr. Linda Lynch and crew. Thank you, Loren and helicopter crew for saving my life. more
The article, "Taos County School Grades Released" by Jesse Moya on Taos schools and particularly on Questa, was one of the worst pieces of news reporting... more
On August 9, my family and I were hiking on Gavilan Trail in the Taos Ski Valley area when I slipped on a rock and sustained a serious injury (broken left fibula). more
Now I understand. Thank you, Holy CrossWhen I broke my ankle in 2017, and the ambulance took me to Holy Cross, I couldn't understand why things slowed to a crawl thereafter and why it was necessary … more
When thinking of all the responsibilities of a teacher, it becomes overwhelming. Teachers teach, motivate students to develop their ability to learn, manage students … more
At the last town council meeting, there was high praise all around for the Taos Vortex Event at Kit Carson Park organized by the special events department with Meow Wolf and AMP Productions. However, … more
I am a Muslim from Indiana and I would like to comment about the compound found in Taos County, New Mexico. more
Aug. 6 and 9 was the 73rd anniversary of the USA bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Mayor Matsui of Hiroshima said, "Certain countries are blatantly proclaiming … more
With regard to your editorial today regarding Judge Backus' decision to release the Amalia suspects: The state provided no evidence of conspiracy to commit acts of terror. more
Someone might buy District Judge Sarah C. Backus a television set to follow the local news reports on the activities that took place in Amalia. more
Backus in the rightWith regard to your editorial today regarding Judge Backus' decision to release the Amalia suspects:The state provided no evidence of conspiracy to commit acts of terror. Owning … more
Thanks to KCECSome private tree trimmers dropped a heavy branch on a Kit Carson electric line near my home today, causing a loss of electrical service in my area. I used Kit Carson's automated outage … more
To the Clients and Community of TCCS: The current staff, management, and Board of Directors ("Board") of Tri-County Community Services ("TCCS") have worked tirelessly to provide quality care to … more
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 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 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
Well, 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
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