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"How's it going?" broke my meditative trance as I strolled down a neighborhood street, last Saturday. I glanced over to the left side of the asphalt road. In the front yard of a shaded, yellow adobe house, I saw … more
I, Orlando Ortiz, am very surprised by the way Judi Cantu is treated. Wow, here's a young lady fighting for all of us and all we do is ignore all of what she is saying. more
May was National Chamber Music Month and also the last month of concerts of the Taos Chamber Music Group's 24th season. It is hard to believe it has been nearly a quarter century since our … more
Fix - don't slash - health care systemI am listening these days to my body, my family and friends, about the choices I make and the consequences to my 80-year-old body. Recovering now after three days in the Intensive Care Unit at Holy Cross … more
Some once-common attitudes now the exceptionDo you remember...When common sense and common courtesy really were common?When high quality goods and services were the norm, rather than the exception?When knowing and interacting with your neighbors was … more
A big thanks to some unsung heroes. Taos can be unforgiving. Precipitous weather changes, bad roads, mud or snow, remote locations, huge distances, sporadic cell service; I could go on. Save for the people here, people I have learned to trust and … more
Americans stand behind monument designationsThe "public" in public lands is the most important part. Sure, our public lands protect our water, wildlife, and air, but they also give all Americans a place to recreate and unwind. They tell the human … more
Thanks to dedicated teachers To all our teachers and educational staff, Thank You, for your dedication in educating and understanding our children under the most difficult circumstances. We have … more
Taos has angels but they are undercover and their wings don't show until someone needs help. more
Kudos to Taoseño youth for speaking out Kudos and honorable respect to our three Taoseño youth, Roberto Martinez, Gilbert Valerio and James Valerio, who attended the Governor's Forum in Taos on Tuesday, April 18. Due to concurrent Acequia … more
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