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On April 30, 2019, Taos Plaza will experience the end of an era. For the past 50 years, The Village Shop graced one of the corners of the Plaza, at 110 North … more
This column seeks to help educate our community about emotional healing through grief. People may write questions to Golden Willow Retreat and they will be answered privately to you and possibly as a … more
Today (April 18) is Holy Thursday, the beginning of the three-day Paschal Triduum, or the three days of the Christ's Passion and then his death by crucifixion and his resurrection on Easter Sunday. … more
“If I work myself out of a job, I know I am doing well," said Michael Boyle a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who recently joined the staff of Taos Behavioral Health more
This column seeks to help educate our community about emotional healing through grief. People may write questions to Golden Willow Retreat and they will be answered privately to you and possibly as a future article for others. Please list a first name that grants permission for printing. more
Some people cannot remain idle even in retirement. more
When sexual assaults occur, let's start by believing the victims when they come forward.Sexual assault is an intensely personal and demeaning experience. It encompasses a wide range of human … more
Taos County native Antonia Leyba worked her way up through the ranks at the U.S. Postal Service while raising three children. Her hard work and devotion paid off … more
Dear Dr. Ted: You often state that loss cannot be measured and compared as loss affects each person differently. My brother died about six months ago and I have noticed I become angry when someone says that they understand... more
During the Vietnam War, many Taos County men were drafted or volunteered to serve in the country far overseas from their home. While the war left a mark, Vietnam … more
Dear Angela: Last week you brought up the topic of how an event can shake the foundation of a person's reality, sense of safety and perception of oneself. more
Each year the Taos County Chamber of Commerce produces several business expos. This weekend we are excited about the second annual Taos Woman Expo at El Monte Sagrado Conference Center. The Taos … more
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
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