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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
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
“War is simple, direct and ruthless,” said Gen. George S. Patton Jr., a man who saw firsthand the ruthlessness as a leader in World War I and World War II. So, too, the men and women … more
Taos faces many challenges, as do all the rural towns in the county:• Home prices continue rising in the valley.• Living costs outpace Taos salaries.• Jobs that pay a living wage are scarce.• Agricultural lands continue to … more
In Taos County, we say we want to protect our children.We have a lot of good people trying to do so.Among them are the stalwart volunteers from businesses, nonprofits, libraries, schools and fire stations who've stepped up to take training and offer … more
Hey, Taoseños, we need your help. We really need your photos, stories, drawings, songs and videos. Two events are coming up that we think merit extra attention, and we’d like everyone around … more
What to say when unexplainable, unimaginable nightmares unfold in a community?It is not that Northern New Mexico is a stranger to violence. People are murdered every year in Taos and Río Arriba counties, where last Thursday's shootings … more
Kudos to the estimated 200 people who packed the conference room at the Sagebrush Inn on Monday to provide comments and thoughts about the future of downtown Taos. They took the time out of their busy schedules, gave up their favorite evening … 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
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