Editorial
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It’s one thing to stand your ground, and it’s another thing to do so when everything around you is crumbling. Gov. Susana Martinez missed a big opportunity to be a true leader.... more
Talk is cheap when it comes to preserving Taos Valley acequias. Town of Taos officials put out a call for help cleaning out the Acequia Madre del Río Pueblo, which runs through the heart of the … more
Speaking of doing the right thing, Taos Ski Valley needs to stand by its original advertising. In mid-March, the resort announced an extended ski season with much fanfare. The season was extended … more
It’s a week for congratulations and kudos to some Taos County residents. Plus, we introduce a new weekly feature – the cartoon Without Reservations. more
‘We live by symbols,” wrote Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., a U.S. Supreme Court justice, in the late 1800s. We indeed love our symbols, whether they are secular, such as flags, or religious, such … more
‘We live by symbols,” wrote Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., a U.S. Supreme Court justice, in the late 1800s. We indeed love our symbols, whether they are secular, such as flags, or religious, such … more
You usually plan to be at a new job more than a year, but life happens and circumstances change. So as I move on from a year as the editor of The Taos News, I want to offer a few observations and … more
Gov. Susana Martinez should sign House Bill 144 into law, a bill that allows the establishment of research programs for industrial hemp in New Mexico. She should also sign Senate Bill 258, which … more
Televised addresses to Congress and State of the Union speeches are often long on platitudes and short on specifics. It’s too bad, but we’ve come to expect that from … more
The idea that a worker can live on $7.50 an hour is not based in reality. It’s the reason those who work for $7.50 often have two or three jobs and also put a strain on government resources out … more
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