Sto­ries read the most at Taos­news.com, Septem­ber 20-26

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1. Moose mi­grates to New Mex­ico

2. Child sus­tains se­ri­ous in­juries in ATV crash

3. Fu­neral home feud reaches Taos

4. En­viro brief: Taran­tula ‘mi­gra­tion’ un­der­way

5. Taos po­lice charge sus­pect in Sub­way armed rob­bery This story caught a wave of Face­book com­ments: they have their rights to do so. They are pay­ing at­ten­tion. Noth­ing wrong with a peace­ful protest.

– SHIRLEY REYES Well, learn a les­son here kids. Be care­ful what you do in high school in­clud­ing what you write in each other’s year­books, or for that mat­ter, what is printed in your year­book about you. Bet­ter be care­ful be­cause the way this is go­ing, it’s all fair game!

–D AL­LAN Think for your­self. The most im­por­tant les­son.

– JOE VIGIL This is what you get when you’re taught what to think, and not how to think.

– DEREK MAN­NING Are they pay­ing at­ten­tion to noth­ing adds up? That sto­ries are wishy washy. Some­thing hap­pened to me and be­lieve me I re­mem­ber ev­ery de­tail. – MICHELLE PEP­PER How sad, young and ig­no­rant. – AGUSTINA LIESKE

I’d agree they were smart if they were ed­u­cated about the rule of law and how the pre­sump­tion of in­no­cence is the foun­da­tion of our le­gal sys­tem. Didn’t they learn about the dan­gers of mob ac­tion dur­ing the Salem witch tri­als? Were their par­ents alive dur­ing the McMartin preschool trial? I re­ally hope they have a re­spon­si­ble, ma­ture, adult in their lives who can ex­plain the in­her­ent wrong­ness of de­stroy­ing lives over un­proven, un­cor­rob­o­rated al­le­ga­tions.

– WENDY VAN EPPS

Do all these peo­ple spout­ing how ig­no­rant and un­in­formed these kids are even live here? I wasn’t aware Taos had so many Re­pub­li­can lem­mings within its walls. Just lay­ing in wait for their chance to come out in mass to call school chil­dren names. Go fig­ure.

– TAN­NER AUSOME WIL­LIAMS

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