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Steve Terrell's in depth article ["Cabinet members create controversies for Gov. Martinez," Santa Fe New Mexican] is an excellent analysis of New Mexico cabinet matters — a thorough job by one of New Mexico's top three … more
Taos Ski Valley's move to sustainability claims they have taken "drastic action" to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Great! However, by not supporting a consistent, continuous, circulating shuttle service between town and valley, the biggest … more
There is yet another attack on women’s reproductive rights, and it’s a doozy! The Ohio Legislature passed a bill outlawing all abortions beyond six weeks after conception. This runs counter to the Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortions up … more
I want to thank The Taos News for publicizing the Amnesty International “Write For Rights” event held at SOMOS Dec. 10 — International Human Rights Day. About 25 people attended, and we wrote 67 letters of appeal on behalf of victims of … more
I met Tony Reyna 15 years ago at his shop at Taos Pueblo. I stopped in to look at the jewelry not knowing the story of this incredible man. Several years later I took my best friend from college home on leave from the Philippines over to his shop … more
How long does a white, middle-aged, single man have to dwell amongst the hostility of the “real locals” before the phrase, “You’re white” has run its course? Not only making me feel like a minority for once in my white privileged life, but … more
I recently spent a month at the Standing Rock Reservation in support of the water protectors. While I was there, I was amazed and honored to be a part of your community as the Taos presence was very much a part of that experience. Not only did I … more
Reading this week’s “My Turn” by Jerry Yeargin reminded me that I had wanted to respond to a letter published in The Taos News by Mr. Yeargin earlier this year where he blamed high bacteria levels in the Rio Fernando in Taos on the cattle … more
On this day of thanks 2016, I want to express my thanks and gratitude to The Taos News, Judi Cantu, Rick Romancito, Anita Rodríquez and to the Standing Rock Sioux in their effort to protect water and their sacred land. Water is life. The … more
Editor’s note: Students taking the Reading and Writing for Career Pathways class wrote letters to the editor about their learning experiences at the Taos Education & Career Center (formerly the Adult Learning Center @ UNM-Taos). The center will … more
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