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Editorials

Editorial: Right decision on Family Dollar store

We applaud the unanimous decision of the Taos County Commission recently to deny a construction permit for a Family Dollar store in Ranchos de Taos. It was the right decision. We say this not …

Editorial: Notes of hope, support

The holiday season is a wonderful time full of cheerful lights, farolitos, gift giving, good food and faith traditions.Some people, though, hide the darkness they are experiencing during this time. …

Editorial: Go, Tigers!

As we near the end of the 2018 fall prep sports season, we congratulate all the hardworking athletes and their coaches around Taos County and the Moreno Valley. Their dedication to their sports, …

Editorial: New sports editor

By now a few of you Taos County prep sports fans have noticed a new face at the sidelines and a new byline on stories.
Guests check the sizes of warm clothing donations under the supervision of shift manager Brian Price on Saturday (Nov. 17) after dinner at the Taos Men's Shelter.

Editorial: Finding home

On Thanksgiving Day, many of us will sit down to an abundant meal with family and friends, content in the knowledge that when we go to bed, we’ll have a roof over our heads.
Letters

Letter: Significant shift in support

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 …

Letter: Thank you, Dr. Ismail

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 …
Letter to the editor

Letter: Stalin school of elections?

With voter repression increasing in our political landscape, aren't we moving towards the Josef Stalin school of elections?
Letter to the editor

Letter: Remembering 'Coach' Torres

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' …
'Gary Johnson for U.S. Senate' sign bolted high on a telephone pole on the corner of Kit Carson Road and Montoya Street, as seen on November 18.
Letter to the editor

Letter: Take down signs, please

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...
My Turn

Without Reservations

My Turn

Opinion: Elect the president by national popular vote

The National Popular Vote bill guarantees the presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes after totaling the votes in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Once passed, the …
My Turn

Opinion: SOMOS almost home; Go Fund Me launched to finish the journey

For decades, the Society of the Muse of the Southwest has inspired creativity in those who love language, worship well-wrought words and celebrate smooth, skillfully sculpted sentences.True to its …

My Turn: Letting go, on my terms

Dec. 1, 2018: I am dying. I hope, with dignity, and in good spirits. We will all die one day. I have simply chosen to die now.
My Turn

Opinion: Geoengineering another reason for concern over sky changes

This is a response to the letter by Norm Ferguson on climate change. Although your letter is very well-written and presents a huge truth in our world today, there is a crucial omission in the case …
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