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My name is Randy Parmer and I formerly served as the chief of police for the town of Taos. Many issues are being discussed in the campaign for mayor of Taos, and I wanted to let the community know … more
In a Taos News  article about who will be on the ballot for the Town of Taos Council, I saw a list of eight people who would like to run for the position, including two who wish to keep … more
I am writing today to clear up some misinformation. For three years, several dedicated animal advocates have been working to develop a funding mechanism for our statewide spay/neuter program. We … more
Dr. Robert Silver’s recent criticism of how our mayor has conducted his official duties over the past four years as non-progressive, dishonest and autocratic is an egregious misportrayal of … more
If you drive Interstate 25 near Glorieta, you may have noticed something different along the median. more
The Carson National Forest is in the process of revising its existing 1986 Forest Plan. This type of forest plan revision is a once-in-a-generation type of thing. more
Every day we make dozens of decisions about how to spend our limited time and energy. For many, voting in local elections is not a high priority. But “think globally, act locally” is more … more
Some people read the Bible as allegory, which means to use fictional figures to express actions and truths about human existence. more
Although many may regard our mayor, Dan Barrone, as likeable and generally well-intended, Taos deserves much more than likability and good intentions. more
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