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Opinion: Town Manager Bellis is misunderstood?

In her declared effort at "setting the record straight" concerning Taos Town Manager Rick Bellis ("Rick Bellis: Setting the record straight," The Taos News, April 26, 2018), Tina Hahn does nothing of … more

Opinion: New Mexico needs to support Southwest Chief, buy rails

On May 9, Colorado approved $2.5 million to establish the Southwest Chief and Front Range Rail Commission for planning and startup costs of extending the Southwest Chief passenger train service from … more

Opinion: Hogrefe asks for voter support in upcoming election

I'm Jerry Hogrefe and I'm asking for your support for re-election as County Sheriff, so together we can continue to make a positive difference in our community. By the time this letter makes it to … more

Without Reservations

Opinion: Hogrefe – Right man for the job

It is the purpose of this missive to give the readership of The Taos News some personal insight into their incumbent sheriff, Jerry Hogrefe, who is running for re-election.I have known Jerry for 24 … more

Opinion: Conservation economy creates jobs in Taos

Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! In our community, it is always good to see well-paying jobs become available. Conservation work generates jobs. Right now, the Taos Land Trust is hiring youth crews to restore the … more

Opinion: Cordova – Bilingual, trained, best candidate for sheriff

The time is upon us once again. The selection of sheriff for Taos County is one of great importance and one candidate continues to stand out as the best choice.Jake Cordova has served as a deputy … more

Opinion: Learning to farm and garden in drought conditions

Some parcientes in Taos are lucky and have received water from their acequias this year. I haven't and it's unlikely that I will."There's no water coming down from the mountain," said Steve Montoya, … more

Opinion: Education needed about acequia associations, water rights

In recent weeks The Taos News has featured articles, an editorial, anuncios and two cartoons about Taos area acequias. Careful, accurate, informed coverage about acequia-related events, issues, news … more

Opinion: Israel's troubled 70th anniversary

Author Thomas Friedman once noted that "When it comes to discussing the Middle East, people go temporarily insane." Nowhere is that insanity more prevalent than the Gordian knot of the … more
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