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Warmer weather brings Northern New Mexicans sun, rain, grilling, camping and fun. Unfortunately, it can also bring in undesirable elements that periodically pass through this part of the state to … more
To the People of Taos and other concerned citizens: The Río Grande has been listed as one of the 10 most endangered rivers on the planet. One of the first Wild and Scenic rivers in the world to … more
I recently posted on Facebook: "You know you're from Burbank... California"--Los Angeles County.This is where I was raised. I asked whether you felt safe growing up in Burbank. We had, in the 1950s … more
In the late 1930s, my parents, Earl and Edith Harrod, along with assorted family members, left Oklahoma for better work opportunities, mostly logging and ranch work, in Colorado and New Mexico. more
About 20 years ago I was told by a Taos medical provider that Medicaid was going to cover chiropractic services.I contacted Consultec, the subcontractor in charge of credentialing providers under … more
The Farmington River was right down the hill from the family house in Connecticut when I was a child. I read Mark Twain's stories of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer on the Mississippi River and dreamed of a … more
Yesterday (Sept. 4), the Taos County Commissioners held a public hearing on proposed Land Use Planning Regulations. Article 7 and Article 9 of these new rules would restrict all public testimony to … more
As deductibles and out-of-pocket costs for health care increase, New Mexico families face a conundrum: they are expected to shop around for the most affordable nonemergency care, yet they have no way … more
On September 19th, one-fourth of Taos County public schools will learn whether they will need to cut funding to educational programs such as physical education, Spanish language instruction, tutoring … more
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