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Opinion: What happened to morality and ethics in politics?

Morality and ethics in politics? Is this such an oxymoron that they can't be fused? Confused at best. more

Opinion: Thanks to those protecting the Río Grande

I arrived in Taos last year after graduating from the University of New Mexico and have been working as an Americorps VISTA volunteer for a local nonprofit, Rivers & Birds. more

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Opinion: A council divided, a community divided

A divided council is representative of a divided community, and this division cannot come at a worse time.To address the needs of Taoseños and prepare for the uncertainty of the future, we must … more

Opinion: Strong At Heart continues to weaken

The recent Strong at Heart event at Bataan Hall was lightly attended and provided scant new information about the progress towards meeting the original goals of "identifying solutions and defining … more

Opinion: Automatic public doors help us all

Hello, everyone, I'm Ted Harmon from Ranchos de Taos. I have cerebral palsy and spastic arthritic muscles along with carpal tunnel, arthritis and bursitis. I tell people I'm trying to get all the fun at once. more

Opinion: Protecting watersheds takes a community

Watersheds are the lifeblood of our planet. They carry nutrients and oxygen from their headwaters to their outflows. Every aspect of our society and ecosystem depends on water as every organ in our … more

Opinion: Yeargin has right qualities to be county commissioner

How do we choose the best county commissioner? An important question in light of today's political environment. How do we choose the best, right individual to represent and work toward shared … more

Opinion: Young people speak their minds

On March 24, I joined thousands of others in Santa Fe for the "March For Our Lives" to protest the epidemic of gun violence in America. more

Opinion: Recent scandal at LANL coalition creates opportunity

A recent scandal surrounding some of the Regional Coalition of Los Alamos National Laboratory Communities Board members has been getting a lot of media attention in recent weeks. more
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