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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
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
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
Time to change New Mexico's flag color from yellow/red to turquoise/yellow. Turquoise is New Mexico's true color. more
The current administration's energy policy as investigated by revealnews.org, "Behind Trump's Energy Dominance," is alarming. Leaked e-mails by the Trump administration … more
Editor's note: This letter is in reference to a jacket Melania Trump wore to the U.S.-Mexico border in June inscribed with the saying "I really don't care. Do U?" more
Last week thousands protested our current president's egregious policies and behavior in the streets of London. Just when we thought things couldn't possibly get worse, our friends on the 'other side … more
Dear people of the great state of New Mexico,This past February, my third-grade students wrote letters to small-town newspapers around our country. The letters asked people in each state to send … more
Dear editor, I am not a grandmother, but we need a "Grandmothers for Choice." more
About the protests over illegal immigration: The country has immigration processes and laws in place that must be enforced. On 9/11, 2,976 American citizens were murdered, and 6,000 were injured by … more
Letter: An open letter to the owner of the Taos Ski Valley on behalf of the wildlife that is forced to retreat from every new development:When, if ever, will the … more
I recently noted that an ad for the chile tasting said, "public welcome." How is that? When I first arrived in Taos the fee to attend this traditional event was … more
I am troubled by the attack on public prayer and the notion that sin has nothing to do with cancer. First, let us refer to the Greek translation of sin in the New … more
Dear Mayor, Councilmen, and other Taos officials: I've lived in Taos for nearly 40 years and have seen what happens when a "little" fire goes wild.  I'm pretty concerned about the … more
Not voting is not an act of rebellion. It is an act of surrender. Remember when people said they didn’t vote because there is no difference between Hillary and Trump? As we see the … more
To Cancer Support For the Health of It Participants, I want to say thank you to everyone for your support at this year’s event!  We had good participation with over 170 walkers, over 30 … more
 It is midnight. The wind is howling and the Sardinas Canyon fire is raging. My home smells of smoke... more
As federal budgets are continually reduced and federal employees are expected to take on additional responsibilities (typically) without additional … more
After the election, I am reminded that I am an advocate for a short list for such New Mexico cabinet positions as Secretary of Energy, Minerals and Natural … more
Just a point of clarification regarding Ana Klenicki's column in the June 7 edition of The Taos News: I agree with the author's point that if we agree that one must be consistent in the defense … more
You recently ran two editorials opposing wind power and advocating "tax reform" written by officials of the Rio Grande Foundation that describes itself as "independent and nonpartisan." Readers … more
New Mexico lawmakers included $40 million for improving school safety in this year’s state budget to pay for security features, such as metal detectors, surveillance cameras and bulletproof … more
On a recent visit to Taos after a several-year absence, I was struck (or re-struck, I should say) by the beauty of the place I called home for nearly a decade. Everything … more
In the mail I received a notice about the Kit Carson Electric Cooperative annual meeting at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, June 9 at Taos High School.One of the amendments to be discussed is a statement that … more
Thank you to Luis Reyes, CEO of Kit Carson Electrical Cooperative, and Bill Brown of Renewable Taos for speaking about solar energy with University of New Mexico-Taos students … more
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