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Thursday evening’s (May 18) Planning and Zoning Commission meeting was an event which will go down in our memory-books as an embarrassment to all who participated. It began with the … more
For many generations, acequias have been the literal and figurative lifeblood of our community. Not only have they delivered precious water for agricultural purposes, but they have also brought … more
I am thrilled to see The Taos News cover the appointment of Ms. Rebeca Romero Rainey to be the new head of the ICBA in Washington D.C. and I am sure they will want to follow up with a more … more
An oligarchy is a government in which a small group exercises control, especially for corrupt and selfish purposes. In 2016 there were 525 billionaires in the U.S. Most, but perhaps not all … more
When I started as a radio personality in 1981 I was so excited and thrilled to be given a chance to have a career in broadcasting. I started in overnights 12 a.m. to 6 a.m. After … more
Speaking as someone who loves language and the deep Hispanic-Indio roots of this area, I found it very gratifying to see three articles in last week’s paper regarding bilingual programs in … more
A recent Taos News My Turn column (“A fresh perspective: ‘Where has common decency gone?’”) characterized a Taos visit by our governor as the scene of a … more
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