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Letter: 13th annual “Paws For The Cause” walkathon raises funds for felines

The Paws For The Cause Walkathon, the annual fundraiser for Taos Feral Feline Friends, was held Oct. 7 and 8 with three volunteers completing the grueling 27-mile course. Veteran walker, Ben … more

Letter: Stop speed bump obsession

Please – it’s time to get real and stop putting yourself in an ethical and procedural corner.  Do I have to re-submit my 500 signature petition to Repeal the Speed Bump … more

Letter: Thanks from the Green Party

The Green Party of Taos Country would like to thank and commend the Taos Town Council for passing A Resolution of the Town of Taos on Environmental Responsibility and Commitment to Action on Aug. 8, … more

Trump would bring needed change

Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton for president? What difference does it make? Arguably, either one of these two presidential candidates will be disappointing to a large segment of the voting public. The question every voter must ask themselves at … more

Think about it, Taoseños

I respect Daniel Brown’s belief about Taos — we are all in this together. Like the Browns, my wife and I moved to Taos from New England — Stowe, Vermont, specifically, 18 years … more

Letter: Stephanie Garcia Richard for State Land Commissioner

Stephanie Garcia Richard for State Land CommissionerI am a life member of the Sierra Club and have been on the executive committee of the Río Grande Chapter and chair of my local Pajarito group. … more

Support for Cantu

In this election cycle, with rampant misogyny and where civil discourse has all but disappeared, Pavel Lukes’ insulting and condescending rebuke of Councilor Judi Cantu’s heartfelt statements (”My Turn,” Oct. 20-26) cannot go without … more

Difference between protest, theft

This letter is addressed to whomever stole the U.S. flag from my flag pole. Yes, I was flying the flag upside down — for a good reason. I feel that the recent election of a xenophobic, … more


It’s time, and more, for New Mexico to join many, many other nations and grow industrial hemp — which is not, not, not marijuana! Hemp is one of the oldest crops in the world, and is … more

Sierra Club plays role in politics

Steve Terrell's in depth article ["Cabinet members create controversies for Gov. Martinez," Santa Fe New Mexican] is an excellent analysis of New Mexico cabinet matters — a thorough job by one of New Mexico's top three … more
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