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Sometimes I hear from people who didn't know they and their family could come to Community Against Violence for services because although in their relationship they were experiencing what felt … more
Editor's note: This week we launch a new monthly column about new technology and how it stands to impact our daily lives. Know of a cool tech invention you think we should know about? Bossa Nova is … more
Dear Dr. Ted: You often say that loss comes in many forms, but I have not seen the topic of resentment in your previous articles. I bring this up as I watch people with “chips on their … more
Halloween means various things to different people. Pumpkins, candy and costumes serve as symbols of the designated date for Halloween on Oct. 31.Youngsters … more
All are cordially invited to Taos Valley Santos Dialogues as a special observance of All Saints and All Souls Day (Dia de Todos Los Santos y Dia de Todos Los Fiéles Difuntos), 'El Dia de Los … more
- 10 YEARS AGO - 'La Morada reverts to historical caretaker,' By Jerry A. Padilla, Oct. 23, 2008. "La Morada de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe is returning home." That's how the late Jerry Padilla led his … more
With October comes the last harvest and first snowfall. For those planning to enroll in certificate or degree programs at a two or four-year college next fall, the month also brings with it an … more
Addiction does not care about its “host” (meaning you) and is willing to kill its “host” to get one more “fix.” more
Before I moved to Taos, I used to think that farolitos and luminarias were the same thing: unusual (for a Cuban, that is) decorations made with a brown paper bag, a small votive … more
It's heartwarming to spend time with a person who uses her talents to help others. Monica Griego de Irlando-Wiseman uses her grant writing and administrative … more
Welcome to IMdT's (Integrative Medicine de Taos) first monthly column. The board of IMdT is excited to bring our community monthly articles by a variety of healthcare providers, bringing together … more
--10 YEARS AGO --' Green light for Blackstone Ranch project, 'By Andy Dennison, Oct. 16, 2008. Today it's on the auction block, but 10 years ago Samuel "Pat" Black III, owner of Blackstone Ranch, was asking … more
Finding, observing and occasionally owning a piece of the past is a hobby as much as it is a passion, one practiced by archeologists and bargain hunters with equal … more
Dear Dr. Ted: Last week you talked about how old traumas can be triggered from certain situations that reignite old memories. more
If you live in Taos, you probably know the San Francisco de Asís Church, made famous by Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings.To this day, the church is still the most photographed and … more
Bridges Project for Education provides free college counseling for students of all ages in Taos County and Northern New Mexico. Whether you are a high school or high school … more
In a little over a month, Taos Ski Valley and other ski areas open, and ski season begins. It's time to start conditioning for … more
Dear Dr. Ted:  Due to the hypersensitive environment in which we are living, I am nervous to even bring up this issue, but I feel it is important. It seems most Americans, young and old, has been riveted to some sort of media on the Kavanaugh nomination to become a justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. more
- 25 YEARS AGO - 'Pueblo regains tract',  By Mike Stauffer, Oct. 14, 1993. This is a parcel of land needed by the pueblo to access its sacred Blue Lake Territory in the Wheeler Peak Wilderness, which had been given back to the tribe in the 1970s. more
Many of our employees at Nonviolence Works are deeply committed to "giving back" to the village that raised them. Ashley Branch is such an employee, newly transitioned from the Family Center at … more
The above are the words of the famous aria of Verdi's opera Rigoletto that loosely translate as "woman is finicky" (qual pluma al vento, as a feather in the wind…). The reason for the above … more
Is it possible to help others and have fun at the same time? The organizers at Cancer Support Services in Taos believe so as they begin a monthlong fundraising … more
- 10 YEARS AGO - 'School budget $349,000 in the red', By Chandra Johnson, Oct. 2, 2008. Well, this was embarrassing.One week after the voters in a sense handed the Taos Municipal Schools a $40 million check … more
Community Against Violence will hold its 16th Annual Radiothon on KTAOS 101.9 FM radio station on Thursday (Oct. 11) from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. This is an exciting daylong event where listeners … more
When people ask me what I miss about Taos, I could name many things.The landscape, of course, that majestic view of Taos Mountain from Overland Ranch. The people. The warm, quirky, … more
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