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I am in agreement with Jim O’Donnell who wrote in suggesting the sidewalks be cleared off. I am a business owner in the town of Taos and we shovel the snow off the sidewalk each … more
On Jan. 21, millions of people from around the globe rallied for women’s rights, civil rights, the environment, and a host of other issues.  Here in New Mexico, thousands attended … more
Taos doesn’t have enough bike lanes downtown. Currently downtown bike lanes are incomplete, unmarked, and often used for parking. If Taos is looking to increase tourism, it seems to me that we should make the downtown area more bike and … more
I first want to congratulate the town of Taos for the incredible holiday festivities that have taken place in and around the Plaza. I love living in a town that has these types of well-organized and well-run community events. Please let’s keep … more
The Harold Brock Fishing Area in northern Mora County along N.M. Hwy. 434 is a piece of property donated by Harold Brock for fishing and recreation. There was to be no development along the green belt. The property was leased to the [New Mexico … more
As the new administration and Congress prepare to take over in Washington, many citizens in Taos County, and millions of Americans are asking: “What happens next?” Most believe the new Congress will waste no time in attempting to make radical … more
In a letter Nov. 21, 1864, to Col. William F. Elkins, Abraham Lincoln wrote, "I see in the future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the future of my country. ... Corporations have been enthroned, an era of corruption … more
Very many Americans are wailing, "How could the country go for Trump?!" It didn't! Hillary Clinton garnered almost 3 million more votes than Trump. But the Electoral College installed Trump anyway. Of those nations that have elections, this … more
Many New Mexicans may not be aware of an incident in Albuquerque in late November that was only briefly reported about a presumably Muslim woman. The woman, wearing a hijab (scarf) in a Smith’s grocery store, was verbally assaulted by a … more
Dear Taos High School science department,Taos Soil and Water Conservation District, LMNOC Broadcasting and the readers of The Taos News: Thanks to these fine organizations for supporting the Ranchos Elementary School science club and the Ranchos … more
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