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On Saturdays until April 6, the Taos Winter Market sells local arts, crafts and baked goods at the Guadalupe Gym on Don Fernando Street from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. more
Miniature horses are the fastest growing breed of horse in the United States. And they have become popular here in Taos, where some are used for fun and trail driving, while others are … more
Dear Dr. Ted: There have been two surprising avalanches that have happened in our quiet little village of Taos Ski Valley. The impact has been especially enormous on many of us who live and/or work here. more
We have been working hard to build our Equine-Assisted Activities and Therapies program at Equine Spirit Sanctuary for many years and 2019 is going to be a big year for our … more
We are fortunate to have many businesses in Taos that have generational longevity such as Friday Motors, Randall Lumber & Hardware, Cid's Food Market and Centinel Bank of Taos. All of these … more
Children are commonly asked the question: "What do you want to be when you grow up?" The conversation around it becomes even more important heading into middle and high school. That question is often … more
Sometimes in our lives as members of a democracy, we have the opportunity to stand for justice, compassion and fairness. Such an opportunity is up right now as the New Mexico legislature winds down … more
"I believe that through the use of nonprofits, it's possible to improve the lives of individuals and the community. I'm happy to be a part in that movement," she said. more
Dear Dr. Ted: I recently had a loved one die and it shook me to the ground. Now, three months later, I find myself rather lost and empty, but it is very different than when my loss first happened. more
"Whether I'm working at Rocky Mountain Youth Corps or impersonating Elvis, I'm happy to use my involvement to help others. My life here is safe, fun and beautiful." more
Denial is often thought of as one of the early phases of the grief process in which your mental, emotional, physical and possibly spiritual realms are trying to find a level of homeostasis (balance) after a loss. more
Hi folks, I guess it is a little too late already to wish you all a Happy New Year, but, why not? We are only in the third month of 2019, so it is early enough. (Please note that I am not using … more
In many state legislatures across the country, the issues of firearms control are making headlines because legislators are taking them more seriously than ever before. Much of this can be attributed … more
I appreciate your insights about the grief process as well as sharing your experience with your healing process from the loss of your brother. more
The Taos County Chamber of Commerce produces many networking events and supports our members who provide networking opportunities for businesses. People do business with people they know, especially … more
When you come to TBH, you will be greeted by our new receptionist - Nancy Diamond, a consummate welcoming personality with over 30 years of experience in various roles in Taos. She will help you feel … more
The phone call can come at any hour. Your elderly parent has fallen ill and needs your help. If you haven't gotten the call yet, chances are you will. About 70 percent of our parents will … more
Our children are inundated with bad examples of celebrity breakups carried out through social media. This exposure has taught our young people to think that the best approach to ending a relationship is through their cellphones or on the internet. more
Skiing and riding have changed immensely over the last several decades. From technique and competition to gear and terrain, mountain sports have and must continue to advance to remain relevant. The … more
In addition to community work, Quintana discussed his professional life, both indoors and outdoors. For 25 years, he owned and managed Native Sons Adventures, a fun, weather-dependent outdoor business. more
Dear Dr. Ted: I feel like I'm in this crazy spin of fear, sadness, irritation and discomfort. Any thoughts? more
Our columnist encourages all those considering postsecondary education to plan ahead, especially high school juniors. Here are simple steps juniors can take now... more
The world will soon enter the special time of Lent (March 6, Ash Wednesday). It is a sacred season to many, during which people take stock of the state of their lives and seriously consider the ways … more
Dear Jane: You are correct in that healing needs to start with an internal process before stepping out to the rest of the world. more
Besides activism and environmental issues, Begley enjoys a rich, full life of related pursuits. "I have two passions - time with my son and volunteering." more
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