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If you had attended the Governor's forum on Tuesday (April 18) hoping to hear Governor Martinez speak on her series of vetoes, our state budget, and the steps forward, we are sad to say you would have been disappointed. Instead, only inflammatory … more
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Some of you reading this this article have a dog or a cat laying on your lap. You love animals: well maybe not all animals. Most of you just finished eating a hamburger or turkey sandwich. How can … more
Many of you may not realize that the Town of Taos is in the process of passing its budget for the next fiscal year, and once again, we are projecting "zero growth." That means that overall, the tax base that supports our roads, public safety, and … more
Elder financial abuse has the potential to impact all of us on some level. Whether you are protecting a loved one from becoming a victim or actively taking precautions to protect your personal estate, fraud and exploitation is a risk that grows as people age. It is important for individuals to understand the magnitude of this crime, identify ways to both actively prevent and stop abuse, as well as understand how to escalate if it is suspected. more
In the age of social media, drama travels fast. Parents of pre-teens and teens whose doctors recommend they receive the cancer-preventing Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine might find plenty of unsubstantiated reasons on the internet to not get the vaccine: it's easy for stories -- true or not -- to be uploaded to a chat room and read across the globe in a matter of hours. more
For 14 years, I have been an outdoor landscape painter in Taos. Those of us who live in Taos, and love to visit Taos, do so because it is not like anywhere else. What a relief to escape the … more
Around four years ago a non-profit called Renewable Taos was founded with the mission to transition Taos and our surrounding region to 100 percent renewable energy that is locally produced by facilities that are locally owned. This original mission … more
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
Open Letter from Community of Not Forgotten: Not Forgotten Outreach is – always has been – and has proven itself as an organization that is here for the community. more
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