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Monument to move forward
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 10/5/2017

Grazing, roads unchanged in monument, despite claims in federal review
By Cody Hooks. chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 9/28/2017

Holy Cross changes Medicare model
New ‘critical access hospital’ designation means more money, no loss of services

By Staci Matlock, editor@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 9/21/2017

According to leak, feds call for tribal co-management of national monument
By Cody Hooks; chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 9/21/2017

Editorial
High hopes for Holy Cross changes
The Taos News, 9/21/2017

New airport runway opens, diverts air traffic away from Taos Pueblo
By Jesse Moya, jmoya@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 8/31/2017

Fate of Rio Grande del Norte National Monument unsure
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 8/31/2017

Taos town council approves three-story hotel
Holiday Inn Express developer reduces project from four stories after public outcry

By Jesse Moya, jmoya@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 8/24/2017

Community conversations set stage for future decision-making
Report courtesy Strong at Heart
The Taos News, 8/17/2017

Aamodt meetings spark anger, frustration
By Tripp Stelnicki |
The New Mexican,Aug 17, 2017

More meetings on Aamodt case, roads dispute in northern Santa Fe County
By T. S. Last / Journal Staff Writer
Albuquerque Journal. August 16th, 2017

Post-Aamodt water rights
Fears of being left high and dry

By Tripp Stelnicki |
The New Mexican, Aug 13, 2017

Calls for safety at Rio Grande Gorge Bridge revive old planning debates
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 8/10/2017

Editorial
Long past time to fix Gorge Bridge
The Taos News, 8/10/2017

Threats to our sacred lands and cultural patrimony
A letter to Senator Martin Heinrich, D-N.M.

CarlyJo Chavarr'a and KeShaun Shendo
The Taos News, 8/10/2017

Taos County takes water rights protest to court
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 8/3/2017

Udall drums up more support for national monument
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 7/27/2017

Costilla water rights transfer green-lighted by state
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 7/20/2017

Aamodt case adjourned
By Tripp Stelnicki, The New Mexican
The Taos News, 7/20/2017

My Turn
Rio Fernando watershed needs protection
Jerry Yeargin
The Taos News, 7/20/2017

My Turn
Time is now for Taos, world powered only by renewable energy
Joe Bigley
The Taos News. 7/13/2017

Millionaire’s Arroyo Hondo helipad gets third Taos County approval
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 7/13/2017

Paseo del Pueblo project planned to ease traffic
By Jesse Moya, jmoya@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 7/6/2017

Letter to Editor
Are Taos building design standards feel-good with no teeth?
KEN MANNING, Taos
The Taos News, 7/6/2017

My Turn
Was it really about the hotel?
Della Barrone
The Taos News, 7/6/2017

Batra asks town council for delay on hotel vote
By Jesse Moya, jmoya@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/29/2017

Editorial
Reconsidering four stories
The Taos News, 6/29/2017

My Turn
Holiday Inn debate sends wrong message about our community
Taos Mayor Dan Barrone
The Taos News, 6/29/2017

My Turn
Strong At Heart effort needs inspirational leader
Elemer Magaziner
The Taos News, 6/29/2017

My Turn
Reader doubts town council’s commitment to community collaboration
Robert J. Silver
The Taos News, 6/22/2017

Citizens tackle downtown Taos’ future
By Jesse Moya, jmoya@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/15/2017

National parks campgrounds targeted for privatization
Proposal to turn campsites over to private entities has opponents worried prices could skyrocket, but backers say it would be a cash boost

By Rebecca Moss, The New Mexican
The Taos News, 6/15/2017

Editorial
Taosenos show up, more input needed
The Taos News, 6/15/2017

One story, two story, three story, four
Taos wrestles with allowing taller hotels while other places stick with shorter ones

By Jesse Moya, jmoya@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/8/2017

When ‘fixing the forest’ hits a tax snag
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/8/2017

Editorial
Defining Taos’ future takes public ideas, participation
The Taos News, 6/8/2017

My Turn
Town seeks public comment, ideas, participation for Taos ‘Strong at Heart’ project
Mayor Dan Barrone. Town Councilors Nathaniel Evans, Judi Cantu, Darien Fernandez, Fritz Hahn.
The Taos News, 6/8/2017

Merchants split over Taos Farmers Market
Popular Saturday event closes off parking to the historic downtown Taos Plaza

By Jesse Moya, jmoya@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/1/2017

Four-story hotel moves forward to town council
By Jesse Moya, jmoya@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 5/25/2017

Editorial
Commission avoided questions about new hotel
Cristy Holden, Taos
The Taos News, 5/25/2017

My Turn
Reflections on a Taos high-rise horror
Jeremy Landau
The Taos News, 5/25/2017

BLM calls off public meetings amid Trump’s monument review
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 5/18/2017

Rio Grande del Norte dragged into monument debate
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 5/4/2017

KCEC touts solar arrays
By Staci Matlock, editor@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 5/4/2017

Editorial
Leave the monument designations alone, including the Rio Grande del Norte.
The Taos News, 5/4/2017

My Turn
Defending our Land of Enchantment
Mark Gallegos and Tom Blankenhorn
The Taos News, 5/4/2017

BLM greenlights pipeline reroute through Rio Grande Gorge
By Cody Hooks. chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 5/4/2017

Tensions rise over Abeyta Water Rights Settlement mitigation wells
By Jesse Moya, jmoya@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 5/4/2017

Historic Taos Plaza: Town plants trees, considers structure upgrades
By Jesse Moya, jmoya@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 5/4/2017

Four-story Holiday Inn application hits another snag
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 4/20/2017

Acequias organize at a crossroad
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 4/6/2017

Editorial
Acequias need action, not talk
The Taos News, 4/6/2017

Arroyo Hondo residents challenge helipad approval
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 4/6/2017

My Turn
Town of Taos recommits to revitalizing historic Acequia Madre del Rio Pueblo de Taos
Fritz Hahn
The Taos News, 3/30/2017

NM Gas Co. preps for pipeline replacement ahead of approval
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 3/30/2017

TSV Foundation donates $250K for R'o Grande logging economy research
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 3/30/2017

Long road to recovery
Nambť Falls open to public while post-fire rehabilitation continues

Rebecca Moss, The New Mexican
The Taos News, 3/30/2017

Secular or religious?
Memorial cross resurrects church-state debate

By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 3/23/2017

Editorial
Taos Plaza cross should stay
The Taos News, 3/23/2017

My Turn
Act before it’s too late on zoning that allows higher hotel heights
Bronwyn Taylor
The Taos News, 3/16/2017

Real work starts for Abeyta Settlement parties
By Meg Scherch Peterson
For The Taos News, 3/9/2017

Taos County ‘sanctuary’ still in the works, no vote scheduled
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 3/9/2017

Holy Cross Hospital weighs in on budget debate
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 3/9/2017

Taosenos demand town leaders revisit code on taller hotels
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 3/2/2017

My Turn
There are many benefits associated with ‘critical access’ hospitals
Ira Vandever
The Taos News, 3/2/2017

My Turn
Cartoon mischaracterized what ‘critical access’ designation for Holy Cross would mean
Paul Kamprath
The Taos News, 3/2/2017

My Turn
Protect the sacred gift that flows from the mountains to people of Taos Valley
Doug Bridgers
The Taos News, 3/2/2017

Valle Vidal water heart of proposal
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 2/23/2017

Group pushes renewable energy momentum for Enchanted Circle
By Charlene R. Johnson
For The Taos News, 2/23/2017

My Turn
Forces of development and transfer on public lands have grown
John Miles
The Taos News, 2/16/2017

Shift in Mexican and legacy Hispano population ‘biggest change’
Ta o s C o u n t y demographics cited in newly adopted comprehensive plan
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 2/16/2017

New Mexico Court of Appeals to review approval of airport expansion
By John Miller
The Taos News, 2/11/2017

My Turn
Questions linger on ‘critical access’ as residents wait for more specialists
Elizabeth Rusnell
The Taos News, 2/9/2017

Prepare for landing
Airport project looks to June completion

By John Miller, jmiller@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 1/26/2017

Patten not backing off ‘critical access’
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 1/26/2017

Budget wrangling in Santa Fe leaves schools, county in tough spot
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 1/26/2017

Bringing the fight for water close to home
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 1/19/2017

My Turn
Plea for ‘critical access’ designation at Holy Cross
Suzanne D. Schutze
The Taos News, 1/19/2017

My Turn
Holy Cross Hospital’s critical access designation proposal needs a closer look
John Plummer
The Taos News, 1/12/2017

Economic development council still a dream after years of recommendations
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 1/12/2017

Holy Cross: ‘Critical access’ would mean more money, few changes
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 1/5/2017

911 dispatch center tax would boost staffing, future tech needs
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 12/22/2016

My Turn
Rio Grande del Norte National Monument a ‘star on the map in Northern New Mexico’
Jim Fambro, Mark Gallegos and Tom Blankenhorn
The Taos News, 12/22/2016

Regulators OK new electric rates
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 12/15/2016

My Turn
Our national monuments are threatened by New Mexico officials, too
Nick Streit and Ivan Valdez
The Taos News, 12/8/2016

My Turn
Altering Rio Grande del Norte would be detriment to businesses, public, wildlife
Dan Irion
The Taos News, 12/8/2016

Dispatch center tax could come before Taos voters
‘Critical access’ hospital status considered

By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 12/8/2016

‘Over my dead body’
Rhetoric heats up as conservationists fear the worst

By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 12/1/2016

Costilla farm water transfer inches forward
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 12/1/2016

Town mulls over curbside recycling
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 11/24/2016

Meeting set to discuss Paseo improvements downtown
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 11/24/2016

New ordinance would address unsafe, unsanitary Taos structures
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 11/24/2016

Forum on Taos education, economy draws common threads
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 11/24/2016

Taos Ski Valley village proposes wastewater facility expansion
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News 11/10/2016

Proposal would raise average power bill $9
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 11/3/2016

Influx of corporate dollars could mean more restoration in Valle Vidal
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 10/27/2016

$24 million Taos airport expansion upheld
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 10/20/2016

My Turn
Taosenos should be concerned about geothermal development of Jemez Mountains
Marilyn Gayle Hoff
The Taos News, 10/20/2016

Petition update; Stunning Defeat
Lawrence Baker, El Prado, NM
CHANGE.ORG, Oct 18, 2016

Council votes 3-2 to increase hotel height limit
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 10/13/2016

On the ballot: Four general obligation bond acts
By Laurie Celine, lceline@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 10/13/2016

Budget cuts could impact schools, roads
By J.R. Logan and Cody Hooks, jrlogan@taosnews.com, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 10/6/2016

Area economy hits high mark
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 9/29/2016

Would taller hotels be boon or blight for Taos tourism?
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 9/22/2016

Wilderness advocates say poll shows support for Pecos expansion
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 9/22/2016

Discussion of change cannot simply raise a knee-jerk reaction by the few
David and Larry Mapes
The Taos News, 9/22/2016

My Turn
Town not doing millennials — or anyone — a favor by allowing taller hotels
Marilyn Gayle Hoff
The Taos News, 9/22/2016

My Turn
Human powered, but still machines — bicycles do not belong in wilderness
Emily Sadow
The Taos News, 9/22/2016

Taos County, local planners lauded at Montana conference
Staff Report
The Taos News, 9/22/2016

My Turn
Put Taos on a path to promote development and protect heritage
Robert J. Silver, Ph.D.
The Taos News, 9/15/2016

My Turn
Two percent is a small amount of land to ask for — unless it’s yours
David Sipp
The Taos News, 9/15/2016

Study says there may be limits to sustainable growth south of Taos
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 9/8/2016

Taos Land Trust seeks national approval, public comment
Staff report
The Taos News, 9/8/2016

Town punts vote on taller hotels
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 9/1/2016

Editorial
Council should oppose taller hotels
The Taos News, 9/1/2016

Letters
Reject ‘brash new zoning direction’
JAY AND ETHEL ROSE, Taos
The Taos News, 9/1/2016

My Turn
Not against intelligent growth for Taos, but higher heights for hotels not the answer
Robin Reese
The Taos News, 9/1/2016

My Turn
Find common ground in debate on wilderness expansion
John Miles
The Taos News, 9/1/2016

Solar array a link in Northern New Mexico renewable energy push
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 9/1/2016

Zoning change would allow taller Taos hotels
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 8/25/2016

Letters
Tall buildings would ‘dramatically’ limit views
POLLY RAYE, Taos
The Taos News, 8/25/2016

My Turn
Taos’ physical character ‘threatened’ by rezoning proposal to allow for taller buildings
Lawrence Baker
The Taos News, 8/25/2016

My Turn
Don’t deny area solar plan, but institute better planning
Janet Mockovciak
The Taos News, 8/25/2016

Reducing fluoride levels in water part of larger effort in Ranchos Valley
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 8/25/2016

Forest management for renewable energy: The decision-making process
Natural Resources Notebook
By Lawrence Vincent
The Taos News, 8/25/2016

Suicide deterrents at Rio Grande Gorge Bridge gain momentum
By Laurie Celine, lceline@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 8/18/2016

Town extends historic zone to create ‘buffer’
By J.R. Logan
jrlogan@taosnews.com The Taos News

Riding on the edge
Safer roads may lie ahead for Taos bicyclists (and runners)

By John Miller
For The Taos News, 8/18/2106

Taos students complete unique acequia project
Staff report
The Taos News, Aug 18, 2016

Taos detox center plans derailed by funding shortfall
By Cody Hooks chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 8/11/2016

Entities agree to $143 million Chevron Questa Mine cleanup settlement
Staff report
The Taos News, 8/11/2016

Kit Carson, PRC electric rate settlement under scrutiny
By J.R. Logan jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 8/11/2016

Letters
Concerned about Holy Cross Hospital
ELIZABETH RUSNELL, Ranchos de Taos
The Taos News, 8/11/2016

Letters
Valid arguments against Pecos designation
KAY MATTHEWS, El Valle
The Taos News, 8/11/2016

Compromise would raise average power bill by about $12
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 7/28/2016

Holy Cross still mulls ‘critical access’
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 7/28/2016

Fambro talks prevention measures at Gorge Bridge
By Laurie Celine, lceline@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 7/28/2016

My Turn
The truth about the ‘Protect the Pecos’ campaign
John Olivas, Roberta Salazar and Max Trujillo
The Taos News, 7/28/2016

Party animals (re)make a home along the RIo Grande
By Cody Hooks . chooks@taosnews.com .
The Taos News, 7/28/2016

Taos regional water plan hits milestone
By Meg Scherch Peterson
For The Taos News, 7/28/2016

Co-op, PRC staff reach settlement terms in rate case
Final decision must come from regulators

J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 7/21/2016

My Turn
O’Donnell opposes expansion of Pecos Wilderness
Candyce O’Donnell
The Taos News, 7/21/2016

My Turn
Another view on banning pesticides
Sean Walker
The Taos News, 7/14/2016

Taos Acequia Still Objects to Terms of Abeyta Settlement
By KAY MATTHEWS
La Jicarita, 7/15/2016

County mulls over new animal shelter
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 7/7/2016

Taos County considers pesticide ban
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 7/7/2016

GRT increase approved
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/30/2016

Network might be difference for hospitals on the brink
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/30/2016

Kit Carson CEO Reyes says Tri-State break has two big advantages
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/30/2016

Editorial
Crucial to be thorough on ‘critical access’ designation
The Taos News, 6/30/2016

Letters
Concern about possible ‘critical access’ designation
SUSANNE PINKHAM, Taos
The Taos News, 6/30/2016

My Turn
What about the padre, veterans, kiosk and the trees?
Kathryn M. Cόrdova
The Taos News, 6/30/2016

Shift to ‘critical access’ sparks debate at Holy Cross
By J.R. Logan jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/23/2016

PRC: KCEC rate hike request too high
Rebuttal being prepared, says co-op CEO

By J.R. Logan jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/23/2016

Underground water storage plan stokes rancor in Seco
By J.R. Logan jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/23/2016

My Turn
Fernandez wants to establish architectural standards commission
Darien Fernandez
The Taos News, 6/23/2016

My Turn
Raise a glass to wilderness in Rio Grande del Norte
Dan Irion
The Taos News, 6/23/2016

My Turn
Transparency loses in Taos as some meetings go private
Ken Manning
The Taos News, 6/23/2016

Dirt moving at Taos airport
By J.R. Logan jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/23/2016

New tax comes amid rising revenue
Town officials say economic recovery hasn’t kept pace with expenses

By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/16/16

Town, county consider outlawing plastic bags
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/16/16

Report suggests open design — and more — for Taos Plaza
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/9/2016

Young hotelier making big moves in Taos
By Damon Scott, editor@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/2/2016

Taos affordable housing development awarded $10M boost
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/2/2016

My Turn
Coyote control efforts have the ‘opposite effect’
Judy Paulsen
The Taos News, 6/2/2016

Town considers sales tax increase
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/2/2016

Inspections detail fire, building code violations at Taos hotels
By J.R. Logan; jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 6/2/2016

SMU-in-Taos: Campus unifies academic, larger community
By Cody Hooks, chooks@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 5/26/2016

Searching for solutions in the changing rural West
By Leah Todd
For The Taos News, 5/26/2016

Tapping local woodcutters could build grassroots support for large-scale thinning
By J.R. Logan, jrlogan@taosnews.com
The Taos News, 5/16/2016

Sharing the shortage
Acequias offer guidance for water managers seeking resilience in an uncertain future

By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/26/2016

If there’s fire on the mountain ... 20 years after Hondo, are we prepared?
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 5/19/2016

My Turn
Another ‘no’ regarding proposed cell phone tower
Frank E. “Dirk” Murchison
The Taos News, 5/19/2016

My Turn
There are better ways to ‘pull together’ for New Mexico’s impoverished kids
Veronica C. Garcia
The Taos News, 5/19/2016

Co-op loses $882K as energy sales sink
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/12/2016

Valle del Sol to take over for Agave in Taos
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/12/2016

My Turn
Abeyta Settlement fails people of Pueblo, Valley
Anwar Kaelin
The Taos News, 5/12/2016

Quirk in town code may streamline approval of downtown cell tower
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/5/2016

Key wilderness designations part of Senate energy bill
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/5/2016

Town submits ‘wish list’ for Paseo road project
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/5/2016

Editorial
Thanks to feds working to preserve wilderness areas
The Taos News, 5/5/2016

My Turn
‘Live and thrive within the limits of our watershed’
Chris Pieper
The Taos News, 5/5/2015

Editorial
It’s time to be proactive and plan for sensible growth
The Taos News, 4/28/2016

Calls made for proactive land use planning
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/21/2016

My Turn
Plaza merchants seek compromise on farmers market
Lynn FizGerald
The Taos News, 4/21/2016

Editorial
At-risk kids are victims of state’s behavioral health debacle
The Taos News, 4/21/2016

State seeks comments on Paseo makeover design
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/31/2016

Hearing on co-op rate hike in August
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/31/2016

Council rejects ‘flawed’ rezoning plan
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/24/2016

My Turn
Dear Taos County residents
Bill Patten
The Taos News, 3/17/2016

Landslide victory for hospital tax
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 3/10/2016

Town attorney: ‘No contract, no conflict’
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/10/2016

Town offers more details on rezoning at forum
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/10/2016

My Turn
Plans for Taos
Seth Brown
The Taos News, 3/10/2016

My Turn
On the role of the Taos Land Trust
Christopher M. Smith & Kristina Ortez de Jones
The Taos News, 3/10/2016

My Turn
Good news: The Taos economy is growing
Bill Christmas
The Taos News, 3/10/2016

Holy Cross: Mill levy tax would fortify hospital’s ‘fragile’ finances
By J.R. Logan and Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 3/3/2016

Town to host forum on controversial rezoning
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/3/2016

My Turn
Rationalizing Kit Carson Electric’s ‘behavior’
Andrew Chavez
The Taos News, 3/3/2016

Director details Smith’s plans in rezone area
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/25/2016

Editorial
Vote yes on the Holy Cross Hospital mill levy
The Taos News, 2/25/2016

My Turn
Union on mill levy: ‘We ask for your yes vote’
Gina O’Hara
The Taos News, 2/25/2016

Emails suggest lack of transparency on zoning plan
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/18/2016

My Turn
Letter to the mayor and town councilors on rezoning
Jay and Ethel Rose
The Taos News, 2/18/2016

Rezoning debate: Infill versus open space
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News,  2/11/2016

My Turn
Issues for council candidates to consider
Polly Raye
The Taos News, 2/11/2016

My Turn
Preserving what we have
John MacArthur
The Taos News, 2/11/2016

What is the hospital mill levy, and how does it work?
By J.R. Logan and Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 2/11/2016

My Turn
Thankful for care at Holy Cross
D. A. White
The Taos News, 2/11/2016

Commission debates animal ordinance amendment
By Laurie Celine Balliett
The Taos News, 2/4/2016

My Turn
A modest addition to the Pecos Wilderness
John Miles
The Taos News, 2/4/2016

Concerns voiced over shortfalls in CYFD’s child care plan
By Cynthia Miller, The New Mexican
The Taos News, 2/4/2016

Town rezoning plan met with mixed feelings
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 1/28/2016

Editorial
Benefits of thinning our forests are plentiful
The Taos News, 1/28/2016

My Turn
Renewing resilience, productivity in the Sangre de Cristos
Mark Schuet
The Taos News, 1/28/2016

Taos Pueblo officials spell out plans for 2016
By Rick Romancito
The Taos News, 1/28/2016

Ambitious effort seeks to restore forests, protect water
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/21/2016

‘…l que no llora, no mama’
Small cities spend a lot to compete for state funding

By J.R. Logan and Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 1/21/2106

Carson Forest accepting comment on plan
Staff report
The Taos News, 1/21/2016

Town seeks funds for new animal shelter
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 1/21/2016

My Turn
Happy holidays at Holy Cross Hospital
Barbara L. Hawthorne
The Taos News, 1/21/2016

Amid rate controversy, Kit Carson co-op bullish on fiber-optic ‘investment’
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/7/2016

My Turn
From critic to convert
Robert J. Silver
The Taos News, 1/7/2016



Co-op seeks to dismiss most rate hike protests
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/31/2015

My Turn
KCEC rate adjustment: An inside/outside view
Steve Fuhlendorf
The Taos News, 12/31/2015

De la Tierra
Rio Grande: The Great River
By Steve Tapia
The Taos News, 12/31/2015

More money for monument in federal budget bill
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/23/2015

Denver firm to create report for Plaza
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/23/2015

‘Diversification’ again at center of electric rate debate
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/17/2015

Hospital board passes resolution on tax dollars
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 12/17/2015

Lost ag status goes beyond effects of drought
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/17/2015

My Turn
Kit Carson debt to equity problem
Jerome Lucero
The Taos News, 12/17/2015

Analyst: Co-op needs rate hike to remedy ‘underperformance’
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/10/2015

March 8 election on hospital tax
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 12/10/2015

Kit Carson rate hike sees early protests
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 12/10/2015

My Turn
Seeding economic development in the grassroots
Terry Brunner
The Taos News, 12/10/2015

My Turn
Kit Carson Electric’s Christmas gift to members
Mary M. Barnes
The Taos News, 12/10/2015

Town mulls rules for mostly off-the-books vacation rentals
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/2/2015

Forty-year plan says town water use could rise up by 80 percent
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/2/2015

Town survey tallies health of urban forest
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 12/2/2015

Data on global warming
By Jack Daseler
For The Taos News, 12/2/2015

Twenty years on, town mulls options for beleaguered Chamisa Verde
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/26/2015

My Turn
Renewable energy and electricity rate increases
Bob Bresnahan
The Taos News, 11/26/2015

Capital outlay allocation not necessarily equitable
By Sandra Fish, New Mexico In Depth
The Taos News, 11/26/2015

Military flights renew questions about airport expansion
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/19/2015

Debt a factor in Kit Carson electric rate hike
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/12/2015

Tri-State wants $37M for co-op’s exit
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/12/2015

My Turn
Kit Carson Electric is back!
John Plummer
The Taos News, 11/12/2015

My Turn
When will the co-op stop its foolishness?
Jerome Lucero
The Taos News, 11/12/2015

Letter
Wrong-minded
William Sarokin, El Prado
The Taos News, 11/12/2015

Kit Carson seeks higher rates in stagnant market
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 11/5/2015

State OKs plan for growing pot in Taos
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 11/5/2015

$1 billion for projects sits unspent, lawmakers told
By Sandra Fish, New Mexico In Depth
The Taos News, 11/5/2015

My Turn
Public investments in our resources must be smart, sustainable
Veronica C. Garcia
The Taos News, 11/5/2015

Holy Cross Hospital renegotiating direct employment of CEO Patten and CFO Rozenboom
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 11/5/2015

Tri-State agrees to Kit Carson buyout
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 10/29/2015

Local officials mull tax to fund 911
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 10/29/2015

Carson plan revision enters next phase
By J.R. Logan    
The Taos News, 10/29/2015

Chevron agrees to pay $4M for water, habitat damage
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/29/2015

Taos, county to tackle list of issues at joint meeting
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/22/2015

Acequia in line for $2.4M repair
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/15/2015

Miranda Canyon property added to National Forest
— Staff Report
The Taos News, 10/15/2015

Animal ordinance goes into effect after years of work
By Trish Hernandez
The Taos News. 10/15/2015

Wilderness effort meets resistance from Penasco natives
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/8/2015

My Turn
Gov. Martinez seizes our energy potential
Robert M. Fitch
The Taos News, 10/8/2015

Report: Capital projects need reform
By Sandra Fish, New Mexico In Depth
The Taos News, 10/8/2015

My Turn
Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund needs reauthorization
Sen. Martin Heinrich
The Taos News, 10/1/2015

TSV renovation could be economic engine
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/24/2015

Airport project faces suits from opponents, bidder
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/24/2015

My Turn
New Mexico energy plan takes wrong approach
Erik SchlenkerGoodrich
The Taos News, 9/24/2015

In support of the Land and Water Conservation Fund
John Crenshaw
The Taos News, 9/17/2015

Gov. Martinez unveils ‘comprehensive’ energy plan
By Steve Terrell, The New Mexican
The Taos News, 9/17/2015

What counts as wilderness worthy?
How politics and philosophy affect attitudes on conservation

By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/10/2015

My Turn
Wilderness protects air, water and recreation
Todd Leahy
The Taos News, 9/10/2015

Editorial
Request for Taos Plaza cameras is out of focus
The Taos News, 9/3/2015

My Turn
‘In the company of so many dedicated healthcare professionals’
William D. Patten Jr
The Taos News. 9/3/2015

My Turn
When local ‘heroes’ protect lives at risk to themselves
Dr. Tim J. Moore
The Taos News, p/3/2015

My Turn
Hoped-for hope at Holy Cross Hospital
Robert J. Silver
The Taos News, 9/3/2015

UNM-Taos Report
Telling our story to the Legislative Finance Committee
By Bill Knief
The Taos News, 9/3/2015

New county fire stations planned for 2016
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 8/27/2015

Town council seeks financial wiggle room
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/27/2015

Town mulls cameras for Taos Plaza
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 8/27/2015

My Turn
A not-so-good very bad deal
Meg Scherch Peterson
The Taos News, 8/27/2015

Addressing historic mines part of Red River fixes
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/27/2015

County OKs animal control regs, details undetermined
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 8/20/2015

Analysis: Weaknesses mar New Mexico’s capital outlay system
By Sandra Fish
from New Mexico In Depth
The Taos News, 8/20/2015

My Turn
A vision of Taos
David Rey
The Taos News, 8/13/2015

Pilar cell tower ‘very doubtful’ after commission vote
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 8/13/2015

Paseo del Pueblo to get $11.3M fix
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 8/6/2015

Forest Service grants $3.2M for NM projects
Staff report
The Taos News, 8/6/2015

County commission votes against step towards tax for Holy Cross Hospital
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 8/6/2015

Taos, Santa Fe residents protest Top of the World water rights transfer
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/6/2015

Holy Cross Hospital asks for tax support
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 7/30/2015

Animal shelter stops intakes, raising officials’ hackles
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 7/30/2015

My Turn
A real problem that requires immediate attention
Harvey Yocum
The Taos News, 7/30/2015

My Turn
In support of Stray Hearts
Winn Kalmon
The Taos News, 7/30/2015

UNM-Taos cultivates climate-change scientists
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 7/30/2015

County officials mull priorities for old courthouse
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 7/30/2015

Carson Forest sees plan as chance to be good ‘neighbor’
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/23/2015

Planning effort considers broad effects of catastrophic wildfire
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/23/2015

My Turn
Airport economics
Seth Brown
The Taos News, 7/23/2015

Getting Down to Business with Enroll Taos
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 7/23/2015

Commission OKs expansion in ongoing airport debate
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/16/2015

My Turn
Who is protecting New Mexico’s waters?
Rachel Conn
The Taos News, 7/16/2015

Federal ruling could give co-op new renewable options
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/16/2015

Debate on Pilar cell tower goes to commissioners
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/9/2015

Taos Land Trust expands scope
Staff report
The Taos News, 7/9/2015

Letters
An exercise in asininity
L. R. PARKER, Las Colonias
The Taos News, 7/9/2015

Top of the World transfer spurs worries, plans
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 7/2/2015

Stagg elected to chair Holy Cross Hospital board
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 7/2/2015

Letters
Thank you Holy Cross Hospital
Sandra Lekas, El Prado
The Taos News, 7/2/2015

Illegal dumping threatens Northern New Mexico’s sensitive sites and waterways
By Margaret Wright, The New Mexican
The Taos News, 7/2/2015

Proposed county animal ordinance grapples with enforcement
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 6/25/2015

My Turn
We are allowed to think like mountains
Jim Kristofic
The Taos News, 6/25/2015

My Turn
Questions about the airport expansion
Iris Keltz
The Taos News, 6/25/2015

Town wants more events, but funding strategy still murky
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/18/2015

Editorial
Capital outlay fiasco a sign that change is needed
The Taos News, 6/18/2015

My Turn
‘There is no substitute for healthy streams and rivers’
Jerry Yeargin
The Taos News, 6/18/2015

Questa leaders visit Canada town for post-mining ideas
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 6/18/2015

Town awarded $500k for Youth and Family Center repairs
Staff Report
The Taos News, 6/18/2015

Taos County seeks authority to condemn ‘unsafe buildings’
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 6/18/2015

Airport hearing raises $10 million question
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/11/2015

So what did Taos get from the special legislative session?
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 6/11/2015

Citizens committee planned for detention center
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 6/11/2015

Acequia restoration under way in Kit Carson Park
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/11/2015

Editorial
Airport expansion a lesson in Taos politics
The Taos News, 6/11/2015

Retirement association official named to hospital board
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 6/11/2015

More on the pending county animal ordinance
by Trish Hernandez
The Taos News, 6/11/2015

TSV aims to reclaim industry prominence
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/4/2015

Proposed animal ordinance meets howls of disapproval
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 6/4/2015

Airport permit hearing June 9
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/4/2015

Editorial
Note to hospital board: Discussion is healthy
The Taos News, 6/4/2015

Taos County budget ‘basically balanced’
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 6/4/2015

High-speed Internet gaps leave rural areas lacking a ‘basic right’
By Chris Quintana and Staci Matlock, The New Mexican
Printed in The Taos News, 6/4/2015

Growing awareness of wildfire comes amid renewed planning
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/28/2015

Wilderness status proposed for San Antonio, Ute Mountain
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/14/2015

Farmers market debate resurfaces days before season’s start
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/7/2015

Decision on airport permit appealed
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/7/2015

Editorial
Airport, Kit Carson Park and Taos Farmers Market: No, not again
The Taos News, 5/7/2015

UNM-Taos Report
Moving forward on Civic Plaza Drive
By Bill Knief
The Taos News, 5/7/2015

Transfer of Chile Line could save town $180K a year
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/30/2015

Old County Courthouse to get $500K
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 4/30/2015

Cleanliness, staff earn hospital high marks but communication found lacking
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 4/30/2015

UNM-Taos gets OK for downtown campus project
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 4/23/2015

Building trust a priority for hospital’s new CEO
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 4/23/2015

My Turn
In appreciation of Holy Cross Hospital
Doug Mosely
The Taos News, 4/23/2015

My Turn
On the larger issues of water
Kay Mat thews
The Taos News, 4/23/2015

Taos County protests controversial water rights transfer
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/23/2015

My Turn
Rio Grande del Norte’s anniversary is a good reminder of what a gift it is
Garrett VeneKlasen
The Taos News, 4/16/2015
My Turn

Property tax votes in the works for recreation, hospital
By J.R. Logan and Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 4/9/2015

Farm transfer a paper-water loss, but a wet-water gain
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/9/2015

Tri-State drops monument transmission line proposal
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/9/2015 

Editorial
State needs to make another step for UNM-Taos expansion
The Taos News, 4/9/2015

Questa agrees to pay up to $318K for water rights
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/2/2015

Locally sponsored agricultural bill sent to governor
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/2/2015

Volunteers lend a hand, and often an ear, in the ER
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 4/2/2015

UNM-Taos downtown renovations remains stalled
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 4/2/2015

Editorial
Still waiting for a long-term solution to parking
The Taos News, 4/2/2015

Town versus surgical gown on Holy Cross Hospital board
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 4/2/2015

My Turn
An update on Tri-County Community Services
Tri-County Community Services board
The Taos News, 4/2/2015

Transfer would move ag water to Santa Fe County
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/26/2015

Rio Grande Trail project sails through Legislature
By Staci Matlock, The New Mexican
The Taos News, 3/26/2015

State puts brakes on Penasco clinic closure
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 3/26/2015

Taos County P&Z approves airport expansion permit
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/19/2015

Town P&Z talks, signs and traffic
By J. R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/19/2015

My Turn
‘This is a civil rights and human rights struggle’
A.M. Martinez
The Taos News, 3/19/2015

My Turn
Protect your acequias; the TVAA isn’t
Jerome Lucero
The Taos News, 3/19/2015

Shorter runway during work could hinder flights at Taos airport
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/19/2015

Pediatrician Dr. Loretta Ortiz y Pino resigns as hospital’s chief medical officer
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 3/19/2015

County may soon acquire more community centers
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 3/19/2015

Getting Down to Business with Jim Peterson
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News | Posted: Tuesday, March 17, 2015 12:00 am

Editorial
Transferring federal land to the state? Not a good idea
The Taos News, 3/5/2015

Federal land transfer could be divisive issue in Taos County
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/26/2015

Bill would advance plan for 500-mile Rio Grande Trail
By Milan Simonich and Staci Matlock, The New Mexican
Printed in The Taos News, 2/26/2015

Editorial
Create a Rio Grande Trail? We’d make that trek
The Taos News, 2/26/2015

Airport appeal March 4
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/26/2015

TSV tax district nears approval
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/26/2015

Holy Cross Hospital picks new CEO
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 2/26/2015

My Turn
Great care at Holy Cross Hospital
Yale Jones
The Taos News, 2/26/2015

My Turn
An uneasy peace
Robert J. Silver
The Taos News, 2/26/2015

Judge rejects effort to halt airport project
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/19/2015

My Turn
It’s all about the water
Suzanne Wollter
The Taos News, 2/19/2015

County drops protest of Abeyta-related water transfer
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/19/2015

Deep trouble: Lax maintenance underlies a gaping pothole problem on Taos roads
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/12/2015

Town seeks $500K for center’s repairs
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/12/2015

Editorial
Town leaders: Let’s get down to basics, please
The Taos News, 2/12/2015

My Turn
Columbine-Hondo Wilderness: Finally!
Eric E. Patterson
The Taos News, 2/12/2015

My Turn
Columbine-Hondo: Land with a wealth of traditions
Erminio Martinez
The Taos News, 2/12/2015

My Turn
Sincere thanks to Holy Cross for exemplary care and attention
Peter J. Tredwin
The Taos News, 2/12/2015

Rec center repairs estimated at $2.5M
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/5/2015

El Prado district wants Taos County to withdraw several water transfer protests
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/29/2015

Opponents appeal airport project permit
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/29/2015

Old courthouse renovations potentially within reach
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 1/29/2015

Proposed Taos vets cemetery in the works
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 1/29/2015

Ski Valley plans for $350M in construction
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/22/2015

Judge hears arguments in airport lawsuit
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 1/15/2015

My Turn
Five airport expansion myths
Margarita Denevan
The Taos News, 1/8/2015

Court hearing Jan. 8 in airport lawsuit
By J. R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/8/2015


Airport expansion gets the go-ahead
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/24/2014

Interim CEO outlines plans, priorities for Holy Cross Hospital
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 12/24/2014

My Turn
In search of our home ground
Meg Peterson
The Taos News, 12/24/2014

Wilderness status won’t mean big changes
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/24/2014

Wilderness advocates set sights on Pecos expansion
by J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/20/2014

Columbine/Hondo hinges on Obama
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/18/2014

Architect named to town planning panel
Staff report
The Taos News, 12/18/2014

Editorial
Congrats on Columbine/ Hondo but other enviro issues are pressing
The Taos News, 12/18/2014

My Turn
Don Quixote at the airport
Bill Davis
The Taos News, 12/18/2014

Columbine/Hondo heads for approval
Some worry lands package a net loss for environment
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/11/201

Reopening Penasco health center may have political backing
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 12/11/2014

Airport permit takes step forward
By J. R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/11/2014

My Turn
Give change a chance
Diane Enright
The Taos News, 12/11/2014

My Turn
Airport expansion would be positive for Taos
John Wilson
The Taos News, 12/11/2014

Interim CEO Lucinda Bradley takes charge at Holy Cross
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 12/11/2014

New Mexico Gas Co. seeks pipeline reroute near Pilar
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/4/2014

My Turn
Lack of airport results in smaller facility opening in Questa
Karon Fowler
The Taos News, 12/4/2014

My Turn
Its about more than just the airport
Paul Christie
The Taos News, 12/4/2014

My Turn
Selling Taos
Seth Brown
The Taos News, 12/4/2014

Columbine/ Hondo tacked on to defense bill
By J. R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/4/2014

Ruling on airport case not likely until 2015
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/26/2014

My Turn
Perspective from the other side
Dr. Larry Schreiber
The Taos News, 11/26/2014

Columbine/Hondo bill one step closer to approval
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/20/2014

My Turn
Good points made about the airport expansion
Lynn FitzGerald
The Taos News, 11/20/2014

My Turn
In response to Councilor Hahn
Kelly Rudy
The Taos News, 11/20/2014

My Turn
In support of the airport expansion
Pavel Lukes
The Taos News, 11/20/2014

Taos Ski Valley hoping changes re-establish it as a premier destination
By Cody Olivas
The Taos News, 11/20/2014

Town to interview for vacant planning director post
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/13/2014

Airport project remains in holding pattern
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/1/2014

Construction industry builds momentum
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/13/2014

My Turn
Councilor Hahn’s airport expansion analysis
George “Fritz” Hahn
The Taos News, 11/6/2014

Editorial
Let’s keep the plaza momentum going
The Taos News, 11/6/2014

My Turn
Water is precious in New Mexico
Rachel Conn
The Taos News, 11/6/2014

My Turn
A perspective from the mountain bike community on the Columbine-Hondo wilderness
Ben Thomas
The Taos News, 11/6/2014

My Turn
We need to revisit the Eco Park
Harvey Blaustein
The Taos News, 11/6/2014

My Turn
Mend it, don’t end it
Robert J. Silver
The Taos News, 11/6/2014

BLM seeks comment on proposed gas line
Staff report
The Taos News, 11/6/2014

Airport project stalled, accusations fly
By J.R. Logan
The Taos New, 10/30/2014

What commenters have to say on the airport expansion
The Taos News, 10/30/2014

CFO in charge at hospital
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 10/30/2014

Sen. Heinrich’s birthday hike hypes Columbine/Hondo
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News,  10/23/2014

Editorial
Town’s numerous properties a building burden
The Taos News, 10/16/2014

Town seeks options to lighten its building burden
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/9/2014

Town ready to roll on airport, waiting county’s OK
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/9/2014

Health facilities an issue of survival for small towns
Dispatch New Mexico
The Taos News, 10/9/2014

Town water outage may have ties to findings in 2007 report
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/2/2014

Editorial
Water outage draws attention to town’s infrastructure needs
The Taos News, 10/2/2014

Interim CEO, officer leave hospital’s staff
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 10/2/2014

Why some people stay in their declining small towns
Dispatch New Mexico
The Taos News, 10/2/2014

Outage underscores need for planned system upgrade
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 9/25/2014

Town: No negative impact from runway
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News. 9/18/2014

Editorial
Airport project reveals deficits in county zoning
The Taos News, 9/18/2014

My Turn
What a deal!
Marc Coan
The Taos News, 9/18/2014

Report: 50 bird species in New Mexico may lose habitat due to climate change
By Staci Matlock, The New Mexican
The Taos News, 9/18/2014

Lynx but not their habitats to be protected in New Mexico
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 9/18/2014

My Turn
Renewable Taos backs Kit Carson, calls for clean energy transition plan
Board of Renewable Taos
The Taos News, 9/18/2014

Town identifies $60M in projects but funding an uncertainty
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/18/2014

Town council splits on airport project
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/11/2014

Hospital reexamines expansion
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 9/11/2014

My Turn
Taos Airport crosswind runway ruse
Ian Wilson
The Taos News, 9/11/2014

Health beyond health care the subject of fall lecture series
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 9/4/2014

Voters will be asked to repeal 1/8 cent tax
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 9/4/2014

Co-op may have out on power contract
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/28/2014

Airport opponents claim project lacks approval
J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/28/2014

UNM medical students put their fingers on the pulse of local health during rotation
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 8/28/2014

Study: Tree deaths outpace new growth across state
By Staci Matlock, The New Mexican
Printed in The Taos News, 8/28/2014

County commission OKs Blackstone Ranch permit
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 8/28/2014

My Turn
Who speaks for the water
Chris Pieper
The Taos News, 8/28/2014


County mulling options for courthouse
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 8/21/2014

Town to host Aug. 25 forum on airport expansion
J. R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/14/2014

My Turn
Airport expansion not expansion politics
Stephen Morrisette
The Taos News,8/14/2014

My Turn
Economic resource slighted
Diane Gledhill
The Taos News, 8/14/2014

From the Taos County Chamber of Commerce:
Taos, NM: #1 Best August Destination in World, as Named by USA Today
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Aug. 8, 2014

Holy Cross Hospital suspends admission of pediatric inpatients for six-eight weeks
Taos News Staff
The Taos News, 8/7/2014

After cuts, hospital will see boost in state funding
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 7/31/2014

UNM, Taos Health Systems discuss closer partnership
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 7/31/2014

Planner’s leaving could rekindle town/county partnership
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/24/2014

Interim CEO begins work at Holy Cross
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 7/17/2014

My Turn
Fair is fair
Robert J. Silver
The Taos News, 7/17/2014

Data shows low wages, high home prices for Taos County
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 7/17/2014

My Turn
Holy Cross Hospital hurray!
Ken O’Neil & Andrea Heckman
The Taos News, 7/3/2014

State: Abeyta pact will curb future well pumping
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/26/2014

Louisiana executive eyed as interim Holy Cross CEO
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 6/26/2014

Search begins for hospital’s next CEO
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 6/19/2014

Mine closure puts renewed focus on Red River restoration
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/19/2014

Taos County passes new land use code
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 6/12/2014

Economic shockwaves of mine shutdown far-reaching
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/12/2014

Hofstetter to leave Holy Cross
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/12/2014

Editorial
After the mine closure, what’s next for the village of Questa?
The Taos News, 6/12/2014

Questa mine closed; 300 lose jobs
J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/5 2014

‘Tough on this little town’ Shutdown hits Questa hard
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 6/5/2015

Mine’s closure to impact area
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 6/5/2014

Peralta among nominees for hospital board
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 5/29/2014

County reshapes water advisory board
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/29/2014

Hearing set to consider land use regs
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 5/22/2014

My Turn
Taos Hospital board ‘on the couch’
Robert J. Silver
The Taos News, 5/22/2014

Committee urges hospital to address doctors’ resignations
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 5/15/2014

My Turn
Airport: So why is it coming up again?
Thomas French
The Taos News, 5/15/2014

Ten apply for Holy Cross Hospital board
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 5/1/2014

Business owners, town talk Taos tourism and marketing
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 5/1/2014

Town, county settle airport issue for good
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/1/2014

Colorado farmers draw big piece of Rio Grande
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/1/2014

Financial restraint urged as town sees rising revenues
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 4/24/2014

Editorial
A welcomed change: Cooperation between town and county
The Taos News, 4/24/2014

Lawsuit to end, airport project moves forward
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/17/2014

El Prado, state quarrel over water rights deal
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/17/2014

Chevron Mining to decommission tailings ponds using new facility
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/17/2014

Newly insured trickle in to hospitals, clinics
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 4/17/2014

Report warns of financial challenges for bus system
By Milan Simonich
The New Mexican
Reprinted in The Taos News, 4/17/2014

TSV unveils summer construction plans
By Elliott Martin
The Taos News, 4/10/2014

My Turn
Hospital an important community asset
Bob Bresnahan
The Taos News, 4/10/2014

Cough it up? Hospital board to revisit tax
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 4/3/2014

My Turn
A Holy Cross monarchy?
Robert J. Silver
The Taos News, 3/27/2014

State offers help to cover costs for airport expansion
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/20/2014

Residents address county commission on proposed Des Montes subdivision
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 3/20/2014

My Turn
The best of Taos
Ben and Carol Lacy
The Taos News, 3/20/2014

Airport project ready for takeoff
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/13/2014

Taos Ski Valley a step closer to base area makeover
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/6/2014

Two vacancies as hospital board members to step down
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 3/6/2014

Proposed county land use code could got to a vote next month
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 3/6/2014

Old courthouse a site for business development, events
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 2/27/2014

Hospital inspection offers few surprises
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 2/20/2014

La Lama’s water supply on thin ice
Drought, forest fire mean low supply in northern community

By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 2/13/2014

Holy Cross Hospital reports healthier bottom line
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 2/13/2014

Editorial
Taxpayers caught in the middle of annexation controversy
The Taos News, 2/13/2014

NM’s rural hospitals running on life support
By Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer
Albuquerque Journal, February 11, 2014

Town grants up to $25k for annexation appeal
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/6/2014

An epic legal battle to be fought over water
Dispatch New Mexico
Printed in the Taos News, 2/6/2014

Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area plan approved
Staff Report
The Taos News, 2/6/2014

To tax or not to tax for Holy Cross?
Committee debates mill levy versus GRT

By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News1/30/2014

Town to file appeal on annexation ruling
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/30/2014

Group set to sue Colorado over water pact
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/30/2014

Editorial
Transportation Commission opts to ignore our beautiful night skies
The Taos News, 1/30/2014

LANL shares cutting edge technologies
By Priscilla Dakin, Finance New Mexico
Printed in The Taos News, 1/30/2013

BLM wants advice on Rio Grande del Norte
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/23/2014

Holy Cross Hospital has millions at stake in 30-day legislative session
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 1/23/2014

Hospital task force weighs goal
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 1/23/2014

Holy Cross names new financial officer
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 1/23/2014

Town to pursue appeal of court ruling on annexation attempt
J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/9/2014


2013

Senators, congressman weigh in on co-op’s renewables cap debate
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/26/2013

A better year for Holy Cross, but how many more?
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 12/26/2013

Traffic engineers again mull downtown one-way pair
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/26/2013

Groups appeal Carson Forest travel plan
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/26/2013

Editorial
Time for town to rethink its approach on airport funding
The Taos News, 12/26/2013

County wins annexation battle in court
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/19/2013

Study: Flows in upper Rio Grande to drop
By Staci Matlock
The New Mexican
from The Taos News, 12/19/2013

Proposed land use regs again met with opposition
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 12/12/2013

Laymen objectors enter debate over Abeyta pact
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/12/2013

Hospital continues search for new CFO
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 12/12/22013

Rural health, water two good issues for legislative session
By Tom McDonald
The Taos News, 12/12/201

Kit Carson Co-op solar plans flirt with renewable limit
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/4/2013

County to host land use sessions
Staff report
The Taos News, 12/4/2013

Hearing on annexation suit Dec. 18
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/4/2013

Panel will examine Holy Cross finances
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 12/4//2013

Hospitals struggle with federal standards
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 11/27/2013

New policies target statewide nursing shortage
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 11/27/201

PRC votes to ease renewable energy rules
By Staci Matlock, The New Mexican
The Taos News, 11/27/2013

Columbine-Hondo: NM delegation voices support
Staff report
The Taos News, 11/27/2013

Economic report prepped for town: Local economy ‘in a fragile period and is changing’
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/27/2013

Holy Cross Hospital committee’s nominations approved, but goals and membership unclear
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 11/14/2013

My Turn
What is good about our hospital largely overlooked
Holy Cross Medical Executive Committee
The Taos News, 11/14/2013

County could take over arts district, senior program (excerpted)
By Elizabeth Cleary and J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/7/2013

Traffic study again takes aim at Taos gridlock
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/31/2013

Officials say forest travel decision seeks balance amid heated debate
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/31/2013

Compromise’ on Holy Cross Hospital ICU
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News , 10/31/2013

A few readers' comments on HCH
On the web; Readers respond
The Taos News, 10/31/2013

Town leaves energy code intact
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/24/2013

Town, county sign energy resolution
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 10/24/2013

Developer seeks zone change for apartments
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/24/2013

My Turn
Annexation: Does Taos really want to do this?
David Krusell
The Taos News. 10/24/2013

State pulls $75K grant for downtown plan
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/24/2013

Town council OKs plan for hospital committee
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 10/24/2013

Future growth key in Abeyta water disputes
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/17/2013

Union calls for task force to probe Holy Cross finances
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 10/10/2013

My Turn
On the Abeyta Water Settlement
Tom Blankenhorn
The Taos News, 10/10/2013

County, town calls for transparency at Holy Cross
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 9/26/2013

Airport expansion takes first step forward
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/26/2013

Ten-year plan under way for Taos High School
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 9/26/2013

My Turn
When a hospital is no longer a hospital
Matthew Spriggs
The Taos News, 9/26/2013

Hospital: Fewer inpatients, federal funds prompted layoffs
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 9/19/2013

El Prado residents seek law change to fight town’s annexation
By Elizabeth Cleary
The Taos News, 9/19/2013

Abeyta parties make case for approving settlement
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/19/2013

Holy Cross announces 44 layoffs
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 9/12/2013

Editorial
Outreach before, not after big cuts
The Taos News, 9/12/2013

My Turn
Irrigators with water rights will not be hurt
Lawrence A. Ortega
The Taos News, 9/12/2013

How Green is the Valley? Putting a Dollar Value on Ecosystems
Jon Goldstein
Published September 12, 2013 in Ecosystems

Hospital cites finances in plan to cut staff
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 9/3/2013

My Turn
Where’s the beef?
Robert J. Silver
The Taos News, 8/29/2013

Hospital cuts petitioned
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 8/22/2013

Feds fine Holy Cross to curb readmissions
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 8/8/2013

Staffing changes planned at Holy Cross amid departures
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 5/30/2013

Critics voice opposition to transfer of Taos-area water rights
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, September 3, 2013 12:15 am

The Public Weighs in on Proposal to Move Questa Acequia Rights to the Taos Valley
By KAY MATTHEWS
LAJICARITA ⋅ AUGUST 27, 2013

Airport project still in holding pattern
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/15/2013

Abeyta transfer would shuffle acequia water rights south
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/8/2013

Group appeals Forest Service treatment plan
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 8/8/2013

Carson Forest seeks comments as it gauges outfitter and guide activity
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 8/8/2013

KTAO a case study in balancing business and residential interests
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/1/2013

Chevron mine discharge permit under review; public hearing planned July 31
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 7/25/2013

PRC urges settlement in Tri-State rate case
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News7/25/2013

Teaming up to reinvigorate old courthouse
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/25/2013

Town of Taos makes offer to potential planning director
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 7/18/2913

My Turn
Working to preserve Columbine Hondo
Roberta Salazar
The Taos News, 7/18/2013

County may share Arts and Cultural District costs
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/11/2013

Editorial
Protect our monument: Reject power line proposal
The Taos News, 7/11/2013

Taos County shows early signs of action on disputed land use code
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/11/2013
 

‘Sustainable’ Taos ranch’s water plans draw protests
by J.R. Logan
The Taos News, July 9, 2013

Town questions effectiveness of Arts and Cultural District
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 6/27/2013

My Turn
‘Nothing to celebrate about national monument’
A.M. Martinez
The Taos News, 6/27/2013

Land buy to provide access to monument
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 5/30/2013

State panel approves town annexation
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 5/30/2013

Town Council approves new sign code in unorthodox vote
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 5/30/2013

My Turn
Now it’s time for action
Jerry Yeargin
The Taos News, 5/30/2013

Act proposes Ute, San Antonio wildernesses
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News,  5/23/2013

My Turn
Columbine Hondo deserves lasting protection
Chris Ellis
The Taos News, 5/23/2013

Roundtable covers well-worn themes in economic development
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/23/2013

Taos economy levels off, shows signs of life
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/23/2013

Editorial
Congress: Preserve Columbine-Hondo as a wilderness forever
The Taos News, 5/2/2013

Earth Day bill filed for Columbine-Hondo
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 4/25/2013

Columbine-Hondo Wilderness Act reintroduced for Taos County
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 4/23/2013

Chevron sues U.S. on Questa mine cleanup
Suit claims waste rock piles good for environment

By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 4/18/2013

County sues town to stop annexation
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/11/2013

Town, county look to merge planning
By J.R. Logan and Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 4/4/2013

Federal, local advocates fete Rio Grande del Norte
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 4/4/2013

Business owners: Optimism, uncertainty in Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument
By Andrew Oxford
The Taos News, 4/4/2013

My Turn
Thank you from the Village of Questa
Mayor Esther Garcia
The Taos News, 4/4/2013

Taos County to revisit contentious land use code
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/4/2013

Town to revisit sign code; changes mulled
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 4/4/2013

Rio Grande del Norte: Monumental feat
Obama OKs status as Taosenos celebrate

By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/28/2013

Monument expected to boost local economy
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/28/2013

Editorial
Rio Grande del Norte National Monument: Unity brings great results
The Taos News, 3/28/2013

My Turn
‘These lands are in our very DNA’
Darren CÚrdova
The Taos News, 3/28/2013

My Turn
A community success: °Viva El Rio Grande del Norte!
Ron Gardiner
The Taos News, 3/28/2013

Planner leaving town department
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/28/2013

Annexation opposition: Culture and cash
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/21/2013

Lawyers argue over annexation
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/21/2013

Editorial
Town, county: Why can’t we just get along?
The Taos News, 3/21/2013

Regulators deny Tri-State’s second rate hike request
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/21/2013

Town flies solo on airport, dispatch
Disregarding county’s claims, council OKs move, annexation

By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/14/2013

Taos County ‘confused’ over annexation; town cites ‘trust issue’
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/14/2013

Second public comment period yields more interest in
Camino Real forest travel

By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/14/2013

Commissioner backs Rio Grande del Norte
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/14/2013

Taos Town Council votes to annex, enter Command Center lease
Matthew van Buren |
Posted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 11:53 pm

Taos County talks litigation in annexation dispute
By J.R. Logan
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2013 12:25 pm

Town set to annex; dispatch move at issue
Town response to county proposal: 33 questions

By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/7/2013

County: ‘no wiggle room’
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/7/2013

Chamber weighs in on airport annexation
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/7/2013

Town seeks three for planning commission
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/7/2013

Lawmakers attempt to address oil, gas divide
By Staci Matlock, The New Mexican
Published in The Taos News, 2/28/2013

Renewable Energy Transmission bill makes it through House, heads to Senate
By Staci Matlock
The New Mexican, 2/25/2013

United for wilderness protection
Udall, Heinrich and LujŠn meet Taos coalition

By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 2/21/2013

Studies: Modest economic boost from airport
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/21/2013

Town launches economic development talks
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 2/21/2013

Letters
Protecting the Rio Grande del Norte
CHRIS PIEPER, Arroyo Seco
The Taos News, 2/21/2013

Annexation finds opposition at county
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/14/2013

Rio Grande del Norte legislation refiled
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 2/14/2013

Editorial
Resubmitted bill to conserve Rio Grande del Norte promising to area
The Taos News, 2/14/2013

My Turn
Make Rio Grande del Norte a national treasure
K. Pearce
The Taos News, 2/14/2013

Senate measures address state’s water woes
By Staci Matlock
The New Mexican
from The Taos News, 2/14/2013

Commenters take issue with Camino Real travel plans
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 2/7/2013

My Turn
A dozen wasted efforts?
Brad Malone
The Taos News, 2/7/2013

My Turn
Mesa Verde’s wild horses: Opportunity for change
Paula Todd King
The Taos News, 2/7/2013

Arts, culture group solicits ideas on downtown
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/7/2013

MyTurn
Seeking an informed and fair decision
Pam FernŠndez
The Taos News,1/31/2013

My Turn
Support for Rio Grande del Norte National Monument
Mya Coursey
The Taos News, 1/31/2013

My turn
A failure to speak
Robert J. Silver
The Taos News, 1/24/2013

County seeks $500K for old courthouse
Building eyed for economic development

By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/17/2013

EDITORIAL
Grants could bring new life to old county courthouse
The Taos News, 1/17/2013

State court upholds wilderness water designations after appeal by group
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 1/10/2013

My Turn
Is Questa worth saving?
JOE A. CISNEROS
The Taos News, 1/10/2013

Top 10 news stories for 2012
The Taos News, 1/3/2013
a) Land Use Code
b) Taos Pueblo Water Rights/Abeyta pact


2012


PRC suspends Tri-State’s proposed rate hike
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/27/2012

Carson accepting comments on Camino Real District travel
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/27/2012

Angel Fire, Eagle Nest officials ponder new county boundaries
By Jesse Chaney
from the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle
The Taos News, 12/27/2012

Town officials seek comment on sign code
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/27/2012

Utah rep. opposes Rio Grande del Norte monument
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/27/2012

Taos Town Council, Holy Cross board examine funding options
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/27/2012

Interior Secretary urged to protect Rio Grande del Norte
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News. 12/20/2012

Town Council voices support for Holy Cross Hospital
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/20/2012

New Mexico lifts pollutant limit for Red River amid efforts to fund restoration
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/20/2012

Clock ticking on Tri-State electric rate hike
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News12/20/2012

Ski Valley decision upheld; bike trail is first priority
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/13/2012

Hondo land grant cases remain unresolved
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/13/2012

Town moves to annex airport
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/13/2012

Town Council urges more public comment on Taos land-use plan
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/5/2012

Kit Carson Co-op accuses Tri-State of ‘backtracking’ on regulation compromise
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/5/2012

Town seeks applicants for planning and Zoning Commission
Staff Report
The Taos News, 12/5/2012

State PRC sets severe weather utilities rules
Staff report
The Taos News, 11/29/2012

Century-old Talpa Reservoir gets $300K makeover
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/29/2012

Fate of rural post offices under review
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/29/2012

My Turn
‘There go all rural post offices’
MARGARITA DENEVAN
The Taos News, 11/29/2012

My Turn
Seeking a fair settlement for Hispano land grants
A.M. MARTINEZ
The Taos News, 11/29/2012

Advocates of easing laws on marijuana use take case to Legislature
By Julie Ann Grimm
The Santa Fe New Mexican
Reprinted in The Taos News, 11/29/2012

Picuris, acequia associations voice opposition to Sipapu water rights transfer request
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/22/2012

PRC sets rules for electric co-ops in Tri-State rate-hike dispute
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/22/2012

My Turn
A Rio Grande del Norte national monument makes economic sense
Adriana Blake
The Taos News, 11/22/2012

Co-op protests to rate hike could trigger hearing, court battle
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/15/2012

My Turn
Community solar, part of the solution
MARY EMERY
The Taos New, 11/15/2012

Town of Taos seeks input regarding land use update
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 11/15/2012

EDITORIAL
Tri-State rate hike a sound reason for co-ops to protest
The Taos News, 11/8/2012

Forest Service receives three appeals of TSV project approval
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 11/8/2012

Tri-State Generation case: High Court sides with state engineer on water rules
By Tom Sharpe
from The New Mexican, 11/8/2012

Town planning director to leave
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 11/8/2012

Senators seek Rio Grande monument status
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 11/1/2012

MY TURN
What the Rio Grande del Norte means to me
Mark Cassius
The Taos News, 11/1/2012

Town adds areas to annexation request; hearing set
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 11/1/2012

Tri-State defends hike, spurns PRC
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/1/2012

MainStreet program makes strides in Artesia
from Finance New Mexico
The Taos News, 11/1/2012
By Rich Williams, New Mexico MainStreet director

Upper Bitter Creek Project decision reversed on appeal
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 10/11/2012

PRC plans hearing on co-op
J. R Logan
The Taos News, 10/11/2012

FAA awards $1M in historic airport pact
By Chandra Johnson
The Taos News, 10/11/1012

County denies hospital tax election
Holy Cross expects to make $6M in cuts

By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/4/2012

Editorial
Hospital tax election: Politics and timing
The Taos News, 10/4/12012

Holy Cross Hospital requests tax election
If passed, money raised to leverage federal dollars

By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 9/27/2012

Believe in the corn: Group helps revive agriculture at Taos Pueblo
By Hollis Walker
For The New Mexican
The Taos News, 9/27/2012


My Turn
Reviving the historic heart of Taos
JERE LAFOLLETTE
The Taos News, 9/13/2012

Young people write: How to make Taos a better place
The Taos News, 9/13/2012

Carson Forest gives TSV upgrade plan the go-ahead
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 9/6/2012

Town to revisit sign code following losses in municipal court
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 9/6/2012


Land use changes pushed to January
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/16/2012

The value of a county land use ordinance
DAVID MAES
The Taos News, 8/16/2012

EDITORIAL
Let’s make the streets safer for those riding bicycles
The Taos News, 8/16/2012


Aug. 21 meeting to focus on bicycling in Taos
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 8/9/2012

Taos County to consider land use changes Aug. 14
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 8/9/2012

Access bill in U.S. Congress raises sportsmen’s hopes
Staff Report
The Taos News, 8/9/2012


Alliance hike highlights Columbine-Hondo
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 8/2/2012

My Turn
Bill would give hunters access to federal lands
JOHN E. WILSON
The Taos News, 8/2/2012

EPA issues permit for Taos wastewater plant
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 8/2/2012

Act seeks more tribal control, shorter waits
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 8/2/2012

Chevron Mine cleanup under way at mill site in Questa
By Eric Heinz, Sangre de Cristo Chronicle
The Taos News, 8/2/2012


Water 101: Abeyta Settlement explained
A detailed look at $150M agreement

By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/26/2012

My Turn
Protect the Williams Lake Trail
PATRICIA QUINTANA
The Taos News, 7/26/2012



‘Historic’ water pact signings in Taos
By Matthew van Buren and J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/19/2012

Comment period open for Taos airport environmental statement
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 7/19/2012

Taos County to hear land use code changes
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/12/2012

Think tank focuses on broadband
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 7/12/2012

My Turn
A homely guy and a lovely lady
MICHELLE CHRISMAN
The Taos News, 7/12/2012

My Turn
Preserving Columbine Hondo close to our hearts
PENNIE HERRERA WARDLOW
The Taos News, 7/12/2012

Two Taos rivers on list of impaired waters
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 7/5/2012

Land trust selects Taos native as new executive director
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 7/5/2012

Mesa Green Guide to celebrate re-launch of sustainability magazine
Staff Report
The Taos News, 7/5/2012

Upper Rio Grande Watershed topic of June 28 meeting
Staff report
The  Taos News, 6/21/12

My Turn
Spending National Trails Day on land that should be protected
TERRY CHASTAIN
The Taos News, 6/21/12

Changes to land code could open door to neighborhood zoning
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, June 14, 2012

Wilderness group brings attention to Ute Mountain
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, June 14, 2012

My Turn
A letter to Taos Ski Valley officials
James G. Stuart
The Taos News, June 14, 212

Town of Taos appoints attorney with land, water experience
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 6/7/2012

EPA, Chevron get set for the first round of cleanup projects
By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, 6/7/2012

Cannon to delay final assessment for low altitude training flights
By Chandra Johnson
The Taos News, 6/7/2012

My Turn
Why would anyone bring a business to Taos?
DAVE JOHNSON
The Taos News, 6/7/2012

My Turn
Time for a change on Western waters
JERRY YEARGIN
The Taos News, 6/7/2012

My Turn
Clean water top priority for TSV
MARK G. FRATRICK
The Taos News, 6/7/2012

Solar array a quick economic boost for Amalia area
Prospects for future solar projects in northern Taos County unclear

By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/31/2012

New requirements on tap for town utilities
Proposed regs could impact hundreds

By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 5/31/2012

My Turn
The sky’s the limit
SUZY T. KANE
The Taos News, 5/31/2012

Taos County may revisit land use code
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/3/2012

Questa seeking state funds for Red River watershed planning
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 5/3/2012

Sen. Bingaman introduces Columbine-Hondo Wilderness Act
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 5/3/2012

Town of Taos agrees to joins regional LANL coalition
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 5/3/2012

Special News Brief: Water Trust Board Funds Nearly $2 Million for Town of Taos Projects
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
From: Cathy Connelly

Unified front for Columbine-Hondo area Wilderness seekers,
cyclists back proposed legislation for preservation

By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 4/12/12

Cultural district gets $70K for planning
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/12/12

New array to power northern Taos County
Staff report
The Taos News, 4/12/12

Thousands of acres later, director to leave land trust
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 4/12/12


County seeks grant to check soundness of old courthouse
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 4/5/2012


EDITORIAL
Finding new uses for the old county courthouse
The Taos News, 4/5/2012


Supporters optimistic about Conservation Area bill
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 4/6/2012


Polishing a ‘jewel’: Groups seek funds for old courthouse
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/29/2012


Rio Grande del Norte conservation area bill reaches U.S. House
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/29/2012


Questa travel management decision by Carson Forest upheld
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, March 22, 2012


Hundred-plus comments sent on Ski Valley impact statement
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 3/15/2012


My Turn
Wilderness designation critical for wildlife
JON KLINGEL
The Taos News, 3/15/2012


Taos County files protest over Abeyta water transfers
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 3/1/2012


State delays vote on town’s annexation of county land
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 2/23/2012


Feb. 27 deadline to comment on impact of Ski Valley plan for long-term development
Staff Report
The Taos News, 2/23/2012My Turn


My Turn
Land use: No time to stop now
TED TERRY
The Taos News, 2/23/2012


My Turn
On changing policies for overgrazing of federal lands
BRIAN SHIELDS
The Taos News, 2/23/2012


MY TURN
Take action by submitting your comments
SUZY KANE
The Taos News, 2/16/12


MY TURN
‘Keeping backcountry areas intact is so needed’
JOANIE BERDE
The Taos News, 2/16/12


Forest Service accepting comments on TSV plan
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, February 9, 2012


County commission kills land use code
Heated debate precedes 3-2 vote

By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 2/2/12


My Turn
Dear potential heroes of Taos
MANDY STAPLEFORD
The Taos News, 2/2/12


Residents: English-only land code excludes Spanish speakers
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 1/26/2012


MY TURN
Big-box stores in Taos
PATRICK SHAW
The Taos News, 1/26/2012MY TURN


MY TURN
Honoring the land for the greater good
DAVID ARG‹ELLO
The Taos News, 1/26/2012


My Turn
Open space: Our best idea
BOB PARKER
The Taos News, 1/19/12


My Turn
Biking, Columbine Hondo: The case for wilderness
JOHN OLIVAS
The Taos News, 1/19/12



2011

Town mulls several changes to Taos Plaza
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/22/11


MY TURN
‘Preserve the remnants of wild earth that remain in Taos County’
JOHN NICHOLS
The Taos News, 12/22/11


MY TURN
Keep biking where it has historically been allowed
DOUG PICKETT
The Taos News, 12/22/11



Cyclists seek access to Columbine-Hondo trails
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/15/2011


Taos companies proposing solar array on mesa
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/15/2011


EDITORIAL
Keeping our wilderness areas wild and scenic
The Taos News, 12/08/2011


County launches PR blitz to spread word of land use code
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/08/2011


BLM releases proposed Taos resource plan
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/08/2011


Concerns raised over Tri-State’s access to forest
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 12/08/2011


County land use code inches toward vote
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/01/2011


Commissioners mixed on code
by J. R. Logan
The Taos News, 12/01/2011


My Turn
‘Once a wilderness is lost, it is lost forever’
Eric E. Patterson
TheTaos News, 12/01/2011


Councilors: Keep ‘big box’ limit in place
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 11/23/2011



Taos County begins another review of land use code
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 11/23/2011


My Turn
Wolves, national wildlife refuges on the line

DAVID L. WITT
The Taos News, 11/23/2011


EDITORIAL
Looking big-box specter squarely in the eye
The Taos News, 11/17/2011


My Turn
Big box stores once again raise their lids in Taos
BOB PARKER
The Taos News, 11/17/2011


Taos County to take another crack at land use code
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/17/2011


Cannon training slated for legislative hearing Nov. 23
By Chandra Johnson
The Taos News, 11/17/2011

My Turn
Letter to our federal legislators
SUZIE SCHWARTZ
The Taos News 11/17/2011

Seeking wilderness status for 46,000 acres
Groups unite to preserve Columbine-Hondo area
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 11/17/2011

BLM releases 15-year management strategy, includes Rio Grande
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 11/17/2011



Hondo Land Grant federal lawsuits at standstill
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 11/3/2011


EDITORIAL
Family Dollar looks for greener pastures
The Taos News, 11/03/2011


Another try for county land code regulations
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 10/20/2011


My Turn
How can Taos achieve world-class hospitality?
JOHN PLUMMER
The Taos News, 10/13/2011


EDITORIAL
Time to rethink business in Taos
The Taos News, 10/6/2011


Time for change: What’s a business to do to stay alive?
Reviving ‘el corazÚn’: Part five of a series
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/29/2011


U.S. Interior official visits; Gorge up for wilderness protection
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 9/29/2011


Gridlock: Traffic a drag on Taos’ rustic charm
Reviving el corazÚn :  Part four of a series
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/22/2011


My Turn
Art scene: Yes, times have changed
ROB WILDER NIGHTINGALE
The Taos News, 9/22/2011


Plaza: Reviving the heart of Taos
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/15/2011
Reviving el corazÚn : Part three of a series


My Turn
County needs an efficient, user-friendly land use code
LINDA MOSCARELLA AND BARBARA J. S HEPPARD
The Taos News, 9/8/2011


My Turn
The Taos economy: An interconnected web
MATT SPRIGGS
The Taos News, 9/8/2011


Taos art market: It ain’t what it used to be
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/8/2011
Reviving el corazÚn :  Part two of a series


My Turn
Taking the long view of the commons
GAEL MINTON
The Taos News, 9/1/2011


Taos economy: Tourism at plateau
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/1/2011
Reviving el corazÚn :  Part one of a series


My turn
Government takings and irrigated land
DAN VEIRS
The Taos News, August 11, 2011


Taos County land use code
Zoning rule could impact conservation tax breaks

By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, August 4, 2011


Questa drafts water conservation regs; council may vote Aug. 2
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, July 21, 2011


Abeyta pact draws critics as water transfers take shape
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, July 21, 2011


Meetings set for new land use regs
Staff Report
The Taos News, July 21, 2011


New land use code made public
County regs could bring big changes
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, July 14, 2011


EDITORIAL
Timing is right for land use code overhaul
The Taos News, July 14, 2011


My Turn
A Taos economic development strategy
RICHARD LEIRER
The Taos News, March 10, 2011


My Turn
Exercise caution on Taos currency concept
MATT SPRIGGS
The Taos News, March 17, 2011


New regional plan proposes ‘climate adaptation’
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, January 13, 2011



2010

Town adopts plan encouraging economic development
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, November 4, 2010


My Turn
We are being asked to make a very small sacrifice
Ronald D. Ford
The Taos News, October 28, 2010


New county ordinance creates water advisory board
By J.R. Logan
The Taos News, October 28, 2010


Council approves land use changes
The amended code also adjusts height limitations

By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, October 28, 2010


Land use code hitting home stretch
‘If we have some little doubts, let’s get those doubts out of the way before we move forward.’
Nick Jaramillo
J.R. Logan
The Taos News, 9/2/2010


County plans changes to land-use regs by Jan. 1
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 8/26/2010

Commission postpones moratorium vote
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 8/26/2010

Council: Let public review sign code first
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News , 8/26/2010



BLM releases draft plan for future land uses
By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, June 17, 2010


County mulls moratorium on subdivisions, developments
Commissioner Nick Jaramillo said the county needs to be proactive in protecting the area and not ‘turn a blind eye’ to development.
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, June 3, 2010


ARTS AND CULTURAL DISTRICT
The next step
Suggestions for improving the Taos Arts and Cultural District are bound to create a stir

By Rick Romancito
The Taos News, 5/13/2010



Town comprehensive strategy filling out
By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, 1 /21/2010


Economic report: Taos slump prolonged
By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, 1/14/2010



2009

Sign Code O.K.'d
By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, 12/10/2009


Arts-and-culture district:
Presentation focuses on new ideas for a Taos tradition
By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, 11/12/2009


Town hires firm to set water records straight, prep for Abeyta
By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, 10/22/3009


Taos County terminates planning director
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 10/8/2009


Taos County releases draft of neighborhood zoning plans
By Matthew van Buren
The Taos News, 8/27/2009



Where forests, humans meet: Wildfire protection plan ready
By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, August 13, 2009


Review process to speed up P&Z
By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, July 9, 2009


Forecasting budgets, more art than science
 Town’s best estimates set $10.6M spending

By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, June 18,2009



2008

Town sets meeeting for Chamisa Verde rezoning
By Patricia Chambers
The Taos News, August 21, 2008


Peoples:‘Think green when you bank’
 By Patricia Chambers
 The Taos News, August 21, 2008


Litigation threatened over Abeyta Water Settlement; details remain unclear
By Patricia Chambers
The Taos News, August 7, 2008


Resignations, appointments made on town planning commissions
by Patricia Chambers,
The Taos News, July 31, 2008


EDITORIAL
Plan’s protracted, contentious wave now water under bridge

The Taos News, July 17, 2008


Regional water plan finally approved
By Andy Dennison
The Taos News, July 17,2008


Planning board terms expiring; town wants new applicants
 By Patricia Chambers
 The Taos News, July 10, 2008


Chamisa Verde: SmartCode ‘test subject’ ready to go
 By Patricia Chambers
 The Taos News, June 18, 2008


Town delays approval on Kit Carson Road reconstruction
 By Patricia Chambers
 The Taos News, May 22, 2008


County opts to board regional transit bus
 By Andy Dennison
 The Taos News, May 22, 2008


Developer hopes to ‘Stake’claim with planned subdivision
 By Andy Dennison
 The Taos News, May 22, 2008


Town hires economic development director
 Staff report,
  The Taos News,May 22, 2008


Historic subdivision in hands of reviewers
by Andy Dennison
 
The Taos News, May 15, 2008


NMDOT taking last step toward approval, denial of U.S. 64
By Patricia Chambers
 The Taos News
, May 1, 2008


Vigil Tapped as Planning Director
By Patricia Chambers
 The Taos News
, April 3, 2008