Letters
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Letter: Drought or no, plenty of rafting available

"What are those poor rafters going to do?" is a question I've already heard in this drought season now descending upon us. The short answer is that we, your local outfitters, are rafting, and will continue to do so for the full-length of the summer tourist season. more

Letter: Applauding clergy who speak out

Where in the Gospels does Christ command us to be silent on the most pressing public safety issues of our time? more

Letter: Who will lead on environment?

Twenty years of farming has made me aware of the importance of water, not only for Northern New Mexico, but also for all of our state. Unlike generations before me, I can … more

Letter: Sending love down the river

The drive to and from my home carries me along the Río Grande. I love this river and the canyon, the dance of the flowing waters, towering trees, soaring eagles, and … more

Letter: RCLC meeting worth attending

On Thursday, April 5, The Taos News published a “My Turn” informing its readers about an important public meeting that was scheduled for the following morning, April 6, by the Regional … more

Letter: Help the planet, give up meat

April 22 marks the 50th observance of Earth Day. Each of us can celebrate by reducing our use of cars, use of electric energy, and consumption of animals. That’s right. Last Fall Oxford … more

Letter: Moving forward after incident

I wish to thank my esteemed colleague, SOMOS Poetry Month Curator Ariana Kramer, for her courteous and thoughtful letter of explanation and regret concerning the unfortunate prop gun display by an … more

Letter: Cultural activism begins here

When we walk, we have a slower pace and have more time to absorb our surroundings. There was a large number of mini alcohol bottles. more

Letter: Pesticides harmful to dogs, other animals

Recently, I have learned again that bee populations around Taos are diminishing at an alarming rate. And, I see that the shelves in Taos hardware stores are fully stocked with Roundup and other toxic … more

Letter: Exploration in art deserves forethought

As curator of the Mix & Match: Fools for Poetry event held April 1 as part of the SOMOS celebration of National Poetry Month, I was quite surprised and shocked to see a stage prop gun used by one … more
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