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A fresh perspective: 'Where has common decency gone?'

If you had attended the Governor's forum on Tuesday (April 18) hoping to hear Governor Martinez speak on her series of vetoes, our state budget, and the steps forward, we are sad to say you would have been disappointed. Instead, only inflammatory … more

Opinion: What if we were all vegans?

Some of you reading this this article have a dog or a cat laying on your lap. You love animals: well maybe not all animals. Most of you just finished eating a hamburger or turkey sandwich. How can … more

Opinion: Gun control in a free society

To this retired infantry soldier the commercial sale of military small arms to the general population borders more on insanity than just gross negligence. more

Opinion: Holiday Inn debate sends wrong message about our community

Many of you may not realize that the Town of Taos is in the process of passing its budget for the next fiscal year, and once again, we are projecting "zero growth." That means that overall, the tax base that supports our roads, public safety, and … more

Time to wake up, America, and ‘demand the ouster of ... corrupt regime’

Herr Trump and his fascist administration are moving quickly toward realizing the nightmare that many Americans knew would take place once his regime ensconced itself in our nation’s capital … more

Opinion: Elder financial abuse: The silent crime

Elder financial abuse has the potential to impact all of us on some level. Whether you are protecting a loved one from becoming a victim or actively taking precautions to protect your personal estate, fraud and exploitation is a risk that grows as people age. It is important for individuals to understand the magnitude of this crime, identify ways to both actively prevent and stop abuse, as well as understand how to escalate if it is suspected. more

Opinion: The real news for parents about HPV vaccine

In the age of social media, drama travels fast. Parents of pre-teens and teens whose doctors recommend they receive the cancer-preventing Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine might find plenty of unsubstantiated reasons on the internet to not get the vaccine: it's easy for stories -- true or not -- to be uploaded to a chat room and read across the globe in a matter of hours. more

Hospital needs community to weigh in on services, payments

Holy Cross Hospital is among the majority of rural healthcare facilities in the United States that are struggling financially.Due to such struggles, more than 80 rural hospitals have closed since … more

Progressives will not cut and run — struggle not only about economics

One consequence of Donald Trump’s victory could be the end of the age of federal government and the beginning of the preeminence of states’ rights and state rule. And, inevitably, of … more

Letter: Gracias y adios Taos

I arrived as a young doctor in a snowstorm in January 1991 and am now returning back East during a drought in the spring of 2018. The past 27 years in Taos has been a good ride for me. As many others … more
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