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The Taos Bark always endeavors to keep you updated on the laws that can affect us in Taos County.Hark and behold. House Bill 64 is waiting for our governor to sign and make it a reality. Here is the … more
After long debate and questions and biased dialogue, I felt compelled to write on various issues. For one, we were once a vibrant, diverse community. We did not rely on tourism. We relied on each … more
Here we are in the last leg of the town’s mayoral election. I love this community. I know my husband Dan loves it just as much. I have watched him his last four years as mayor. He loves to … more
As the 2018 Winter Olympic Games are upon us, I’d like to congratulate Taos-born Danelle Umstead, a Paralympic alpine skier and all of the other athletes that have worked extremely hard to get … more
Life is like the ditch. Life begins in the ditch, life ends in the ditch And in between you spend your life working on the ditch… I have a song in my heart for our future … more
On the afternoon of Feb. 24, registered Democrats from Taos County will gather at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership for its pre-primary county convention. They will sign in at the door and find out … more
Many important decisions have been made during Dan Barrone’s tenure as mayor. Three stand out as having been made in an undemocratic manner: more
A bit of research will explain that the primary reason most folks take the extra effort to recycle is because they care about the environment. Recycling … more
Carson National Forest supervisor (James) Duran has proposed the Pontil Creek timber sale on the Carson National Forest. The proposed logging is quite close to the Shuree fishing area, McCrystal … more
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