Taos in the News 2/2/2013

Check these posts: Reggae road brings The Melodians to Taos – taosnews on Feb 2, 2013 at taos:

Reggae road brings The Melodians to Taos
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It was back in 1963 when The Melodians first formed in the Greenwich Town area of Kingston, Jamaica. They became one of Jamaica’s most beloved rocksteady groups, releasing international hits like “Rivers of Babylon” and “Sweet Sensation” in the 1960s

Taos Public Library announces activities – taosnews on Feb 2, 2013 at taos:

Taos Public Library announces activities
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The library will host a digital download workshop Jan. 31 from 3-5 p.m. The workshop is free to attend and will focus on accessing the New Mexico Library To Go system. According to an announcement from the library, the system “allows users to download

Innovators and Enterpreneurs: Grace Note Massage – taosnews on Feb 2, 2013 at taos:

Innovators and Enterpreneurs: Grace Note Massage
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Becoming very ill was a life-changer in unexpected ways for Irina Sels Campbell. At the time, she had a management career in her native Belgium, but began to study herbology and other healing modalities, a journey that ultimately led her to New Mexico.

Legislative roundup: Feb. 1, 2013 – taosnews on Feb 1, 2013 at taos:


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Legislative roundup: Feb. 1, 2013
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Same-sex marriage amendment clears committee: A proposed amendment to the New Mexico Constitution that would make same-sex marriage a constitutional right cleared its first committee. The House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee voted 3-2 in
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My Turn: Support for Río Grande del Norte National Monument – taosnews on Feb 1, 2013 at taos:

My Turn: Support for Río Grande del Norte National Monument
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Last Tuesday we took a day trip to southern Colorado, driving north on Hwy. 522 in the morning and returning to Taos by way of Hwy. 285 in late afternoon. On the drive out, a sense of peace reached out to us from the long vistas, glimpses of the Gorge

Editorial: Our endorsements for Taos school candidates, mill levy – taosnews on Feb 1, 2013 at taos:

Editorial: Our endorsements for Taos school candidates, mill levy
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Voters living in Districts 3 and 5 are fortunate to have a strong field of candidates to consider for the Taos Municipal School Board in the Feb. 5 election. We have candidates experienced in construction and who have volunteered with local youth

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My Turn: ‘Let’s all move forward together’ – taosnews on Feb 1, 2013 at taos:

My Turn: ‘Let’s all move forward together’
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I was only able to attend the Jan. 24 School Board candidate forum for an hour, but that was time enough to feel reassured the era of histrionic and litigious Taos Municipal School management is over. (At the very least, the pendulum has made a

My Turn: Seeking an informed and fair decision – taosnews on Feb 1, 2013 at taos:

My Turn: Seeking an informed and fair decision
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According to a study by “The Daily Yonder” Taos County was one of the top 50 rural counties with an increase in poverty between 2007 and 2011 — the only New Mexico county on the list. We all feel the effects of the economic downturn every day. We see

My Turn: Crimes Against Peace – taosnews on Feb 1, 2013 at taos:

My Turn: Crimes Against Peace
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“Mankind must put and end to war — or war will put an end to mankind.” When John F. Kennedy spoke those words to the UN General Assembly in September 1961, Cold War tensions were high, and the memory of World War II fresh. The solution he

My Turn: Goals for great education in Taos – taosnews on Feb 1, 2013 at taos:

My Turn: Goals for great education in Taos
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The election for two seats on the Taos School Board is right around the corner and I am sure many of you have been thinking about what you want to see happen in education in Taos and about the mill levy. In speaking with community leaders, principals,

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