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Our very special thanks to the following: Kathy Cordova-Consultant; Persons who nominated; Honorees for accepting nomination; Speakers; Entertainment; Ricky's Restaurant; Razor Sharp Productions-Ruben Hernandez-DVDs; Committee Members: Jan Enright, Jackie Vincent, Effie Romero, Neysa Claytor-Reception Assistance; Sheryl Romero-donating "TLT" cake; Taos Pueblo Gov. Romero's family-donation of deserts; Picuris Pueblo's Mr. Martinez's family-giveaways. more
It is very sad to see the bad condition and lack of care of the entire park and cemetery. What a disrespect to those buried there, their descendants, those who enjoy walking through the park, and all … more
Remember when Taos looks clean and inviting? Remember when tourism flourished? Few of us do, and for many of us those days seem behind us, mostly due to a weak economy as well as the reality that some business owners fail to maintain properties while at the same time jacking up rents. more
The Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area (NRGNHA) Board of Directors cordially invites all to the Saturday (Aug. 5) Grand Opening of the Northern Rio Grande Heritage Center, located in Alcalde, NM at the site formerly named the Oñate Monument Visitor Center. more
I'm writing to share with you and your readers the wonderful work I've seen from the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Like many of you, I have been skeptical of large … more
The Sabinoso Wilderness lies in the plains east of Las Vegas, NM. Unique to the region, the area features sinuous canyons lined with sandstone cliffs. more
Although Taos is screaming about what a success this concert was, I’d like to give my opinion about how we thought this town handled the concert. We bought tickets over a month in advance yet had to wait in line with folks who didn’t have tickets. We waited for almost three hours. How about separate lines for ticket holders? more
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The Sheriff’s Posse Rodeo article of 6/29/2017 was very impressive, however, if the record is to be set straight, “They planted the seed that gave us this event that has truly become a part of Taos.” more
Do you know this woman? SOMOS, the literary society of Taos, wants to know. Her name is Sue Carol Francis. She lived in Fort Collins, Colorado and had a … more
After reading Cody Hooks' article on illegal dumping (The Taos News, June 29-July 5), it occurred to me that one reason for such activities is this state's shortage of convenient channels and facilities for … more
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