My Turn
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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
First off, I would like to personally apologize to the residents of the Village of Questa for the water outage. I understand the hardship that it caused for many of you, and I am willing to be held accountable for my part in it. We, the Village … more
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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I am a member of Taos United, a nonpartisan group here that now has more than 350 members. I also am a PA here in Taos and have been working in this community for over 40 years. And I have volunteered in Mexico and Central America frequently for … 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
I had to get my driver's license renewed, so I went into the Taos office to get instructions because I had heard that requirements had been severely tightened from those of a year ago. The lady at the desk kindly gave me a printed 8"X10" page full … 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
Well, it sure didn't take long for the skeptics' worst fears to be confirmed. Following the launch of the Taos Council's much ballyhooed Strong at Heart initiative, a scant 24-hours had passed when the Council proceeded to break its promises to the … more
6:37 p.m., June 9th, 220 Albright Street: Sunset throws its blood-orange afterglow on the pale, blank, aluminum face of the Taos Men's Shelter. The homeless men are fearful, cagey, and aware of me, … more
Most of the attention on the results of the 2017 Special Session has focused on the dangerously thin margin between revenue and expenditures the Governor's red pencil actions left our State facing for the coming year. Projections at the time were … more
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