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Taos Retirement Village does it well

It's been three weeks since I came back home from the rehab. Recovering from major surgery is not only a time of pain and general misery, but also a time for reflection.  It took me longer … more

Letter from the coach

We would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Arcenio J. Trujillo for promoting and honoring the Central Catholic Falcons on the 50th anniversary of winning the state basketball championship. The halftime … more

Editorial cartoon was unfair

Your editorial cartoon in the 2/17/17 edition of The Taos News implying that patients were going to be discharged inappropriately after a 96-hour stay was inflammatory and displays a poor … more

Holy Cross cartoon ‘distressing’

It’s distressing to see shallow reporting in The Taos News on institutions that are as critical to our well-being as Holy Cross Hospital.  The editorial cartoon that appeared a couple … more

Cantu quarantine?

I am emailing to testify that the censure of Councilor Judy Cantu contained at least one falsehood to my knowledge. I understand that the censure included wording that Cantu’s problems with her … more

‘Hemp!’

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

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

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

Cantu does the most

Town Councilmember Cantu is doing the most. Very few citizens were there to witness it when she was censured recently by her colleagues who complain that she’s doing too much. This attempt … more

Support media literacy curriculum

Through media exposure, our children view multiple acts of violence each week. They feel pressured to act and look older than they are. The values, behaviors and thinking they discover through TV, … more
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