Top 5 stories on Taosnews.com – Dec. 6 -12
1. County OKs hardware store on SR 150
2. Crash reported on SR 68
3. Movie review: The Possession of Hannah Grace
4. The Docket: Dec. 6
5. County commissioners turn down Ranchos dollar store
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Case dismissed against man accused in Taos crash that killed two
Wow… CARLOS J RIVERA
Omg. SHEILA MCCARTHY Not ok.
JEN DANNY RIGBY Justice needs to be served. ATOM CRAWFORD What a failure. Enraging. WENDY MEYER This makes me sick. I lost two friends that day and it
means nothing to him. CARI FOX
New marketing strategy: Taos, where you can literally get away with murder.
Only in Taos.
Peñasco woman pleads guilty to trafficking prescription drugs
I have no sympathy for her. She is old enough to know better and old enough to do better.
Let her be. She’s trying to survive. Druggies will always find someone.
County turns down Ranchos dollar store
Make it a Dollar General Market store to add another grocery option to the neighborhood. If the neighborhood is a food desert, it will be beneficial.
BRADY SCOTT BERNHART
Taking action on Abeyta: Water protectors seek to slow settlement implementation
So... what are the alternative
plans the protesters are proposing? Have they formulated a viable alternative that protects the rights of all parties involved?
WENDY VAN EPPS
Remember Standing Rock: protect our water and Mother Earth from people who only think about financial gain and not the consequences of their actions.
Peñasco man pleads guilty to raping teen
I hope he gets the whole 18 years in prison. So sad for the victim and her family. Thank goodness for the victim’s boyfriend for reporting it to police.
Whatever happened with the first charges he had for doing this to another young lady? He needs to do time. Hopefully he won’t get a slap on the wrist. ROY RODARTE
Valle del Sol in Taos set to close at month’s end
Where else can patients go? JACKIE LUCERO
Not good news.
Video: 9th Annual Biscochito Contest at Taos Herb
My beautiful mom is judging. VIOLA RIVERA If my grandma were still around, she would win hands down! GRACE HONEYSETTE
Hello beautiful ladies, you have a tough job...Merry Christmas!! ANNETTE ARELLANO
So nice to see our Lala judging the contest.
Town council approves land transfer for affordable housing
I hope it’s truly affordable. The last affordable housing that started being built on Ranchitos and Millicent Rogers Road starts at $425,000. Not affordable to anyone I know. Maybe affordable to tourists for second homes.