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Last April, Governor Susana Martínez vetoed legislation that could have saved New Mexico millions of dollars a year in prescription drug costs for state agencies and its employees and retirees. more
Cancer Support Services would like to acknowledge the Taos Community for their generous response to October’s fundraising and cancer awareness activities. more
During the candidate’s forum last local election season, I said Taos was at a turning point. more
The Town of Taos’ last Comprehensive Plan, or Master Plan, “Vision 2020,” was written in 1999 and adopted in 2000. As we can all see, Taos has changed a lot in these last 18 years. … more
In 2006, several concerned citizens founded the Taos Coalition to End Homelessness. We received our nonprofit status from the IRS in March of that year. Seed money was primarily raised from citizen … more
As fall hunting season gets underway, I am proud to announce that New Mexico sportsmen will finally be able to access the stunning landscapes in the Sabinoso Wilderness. Located on just over 16,000 … more
Last Sunday’s (Nov. 5) shooting at Sutherland Springs Baptist Church shocked the nation. But it was inevitable, just one more in the list of mass shootings in the United States. There have been … more
Our nation seems to be seized in a current wave of nostalgia but one lacking the innocent quality of previous decades when we all watched “Happy Days” and ate burgers and fries in … more
My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, On Sept. 12, 2017, the Archdiocese of Santa Fe released a list of 74 priests, deacons and religious who have been accused of sexual abuse of children. The … more
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