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While Taos is an exceptionally welcoming community, we have our quirks. As the late Tony Hillerman said when describing resident's modest reaction to a man in high heels, pancake makeup and nylons, … more
In response to “Think About It, Taoseños,” I would like to say that I respect Dr. Ed Kollar’s right to express his opinion about the signage that is often seen along the main … more
Just want to tell you how much I like Larry Torres' column "Spamglish." I look forward to coming to Taos just to read that. His writing is so funny, and in good taste. He combines language, culture … more
As another ice skating season comes to a close, I would like to thank all the volunteer coaches who generously gave up their Saturday mornings to work with the students on our U.S. Figure Skating … more
I read, with sadness, Dr. Ed Kollar's letter in The Taos News (Feb. 23, 2017) in which he noted a disparity of a cohesive "community" in Taos. He is right in the way he means it, but wrong … more
My family and I visited your beautiful city from Central Texas. Our plan was to escape the toxic environment of a big city for a week, ski and chill in one of your historic bed and breakfasts, and … more
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In the midst of the daily, almost hourly, hate, ignorance and vitriol being spewed by the current inhabitant of the Oval Office, I find it hard to not been drawn in: look, a new "shiny thing" over … more
It's been three weeks since I came back home from the rehab. Recovering from major surgery is not only a time of pain and general misery, but also a time for reflection.  It took me longer … more
We would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Arcenio J. Trujillo for promoting and honoring the Central Catholic Falcons on the 50th anniversary of winning the state basketball championship. The halftime … more
Your editorial cartoon in the 2/17/17 edition of The Taos News implying that patients were going to be discharged inappropriately after a 96-hour stay was inflammatory and displays a poor … more
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