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Cross doesn’t offend atheist

I was disappointed to hear that The Freedom from Religion Foundation has asked for the removal of the cross on the Veteran’s memorial downtown. As a Taos resident and atheist, I am sensitive to … more

Colorado neighbor urges Taos to nix tall hotels

I’m sorry, but I’m not surprised to see the push from Holiday Inn Express and its architect to put up a big-box type of hotel in Taos. These days, when mega-corporations rule the world, … more

TSV, town need a 'ski bus'

Taos Ski Valley's move to sustainability claims they have taken "drastic action" to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Great! However, by not supporting a consistent, continuous, circulating shuttle service between town and valley, the biggest … more

School budget cuts bad for students, state’s future

It is my opinion that the proposed budget cuts to New Mexico public and higher education are ill-advised. more

Letter: Good things are happening in Taos

Currently, negative occurrences dominate the news. This is unfortunate, because good things are also occurring. We must recognize and offer thanks for these events. more

Think about it, part two

In response to “Think About It, Taoseños,” I would like to say that I respect Dr. Ed Kollar’s right to express his opinion about the signage that is often seen along the main … more

Fan of Spanish column

Just want to tell you how much I like Larry Torres' column "Spamglish." I look forward to coming to Taos just to read that. His writing is so funny, and in good taste. He combines language, culture … more

Letter: Thank you to Questa voters

Dear Citizens of the Village of Questa: I want to thank all my supporters and the citizens of the Village of Questa for their support over the last couple of months. While I didn’t get the … more

Letter – Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe: Let's set the record straight

 Jerry Hogrefe has been too busy patting himself on the back with continual fabricated, untrue information. He is totally misinformed about the legacy of our county sheriff department. more

‘White’ hostility causes regret

How long does a white, middle-aged, single man have to dwell amongst the hostility of the “real locals” before the phrase, “You’re white” has run its course? Not only making me feel like a minority for once in my white privileged life, but … more
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