My Turn
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If Taos can act quickly, it can join 30 cities and counties, plus seven states, that have already recognized the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples Day. That is the day that has been … more
This is who I am: a teacher. It is a profession that has absorbed me for a quarter-century. Like most New Mexico teachers, I have days when the stars are in alignment and I think that I could teach … more
Thank you to everyone for their prayers and well wishes for my sweetheart James (Jimbo), when he suffered a near fatal accident on June 12. He is on a slow-mend back to recovery. His accident threw a monkey wrench in our entire summer delaying me from submitting letters to “My Turn.” more
Dear Taoseños, near and far: One of the highlights of the Fall Arts season in Northern New Mexico is the Taos Artist Organization Labor Day Studio Tour. Now entering its 10th season, TAO … more
Tucked between the mid-western plains and the western prairies lie some of our nation’s most iconic forests. These lands comprise an incredibly diverse ecosystem, support local economies, and … more
New Mexico is the land of enchantment. Our state is blessed with breathtaking natural vistas and a rich multicultural history. more
It is difficult to believe that just over a month ago, the United States was on the verge of a nuclear war with North Korea. For those of us who grew up during the Cold War, the development triggered … more
When a dozen members of our community, known for organic farming, were sickened by “routine” herbicide spraying along State Road 68 between Española and Rinconada (Taos County … more
Gerontophobia is a commonly recognized phenomenon. It is generally defined as an anxiety disorder characterized by an abnormal, irrational and intense fear of the elderly, of becoming old or both. It … more
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