Editorial
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Editorial: High hopes for Holy Cross changes

Holy Cross Hospital is now a federally designated critical access facility, which changes the way Medicare patients will be billed. more

Editorial: List is a good start for healing

Archbishop John C. Wester of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe demonstrated great courage and moral determination in releasing a list of clergy accused of sexually abusing children. It is an important step … more

Editorial: Congress: Step up now to help ‘Dreamers’

President Donald Trump has left to Congress the fate of hundreds of thousands of “Dreamers,” as they are frequently called – people brought to the United States as children without … more

Texas neighbors underwater, need help

New Mexicans, including those of us born in Texas, poke fun at our Texas neighbors and vice versa. We sometimes get mad at our Tejano visitors for perceived slights when they visit our fair town. But … more

Editorial: Set the education bar high; believe in abilities

Teaching has always been a tough, if rewarding, profession. It just keeps getting tougher. As Taos County area schools start into a new year, we want to acknowledge the many challenges educators and students face - and to say we believe firmly in their abilities to succeed. more

Racism never went away

Racists aren’t born. They’re made. So the challenge for all of us is how to unmake and stop the kind of racism that reared its ugly head in the most public way possible this week in … more

Editorial: Stray Hearts, other nonprofits need to put business matters first

Stray Hearts Animal Shelter is an example of the many valiant Taos nonprofits that constantly struggle for funds. In part, that’s due to the apparent lack of a solid business plan or a … more

Editorial: A sense of community

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world,” cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead once said. Sometimes people don’t set out to change … more

Editorial: Push dollar stores to engage communities, contribute

It would be easy to argue that dollar stores represent the worst of the United States – cheap, throw-away goods and trinkets that all too soon end up in landfills or tossed in an … more

Editorial: Taoseños: Use words that inspire, not harm

This year's Independence Day, marking the founding of the country, occurred during perhaps the most fractious period in our nation's history since the 1960s, when the battle for civil rights and debate over involvement in the Vietnam War split … more
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