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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
The work we do in behavioral health is to create a safe, confidential environment with an unconditional caring relationship. more
Wondering what to pick up your outdoorsy tech savvy sweetheart for Valentine's Day? Tech Talk researched around Taos for a few gifts ideas sure to make February 14 a memorable day for you and your outdoorswoman (or -man). more
"I grew up in a shoe store on High Street in Jefferson City, Missouri. My dad was the president of the Downtown Business Association, so my family grew up with a strong sense of community, including the area as a place of commerce, art and events. more
On Thursday (Feb. 14), Taos once again will join in the global effort to end this violence to women and girls in a lively event called “One Billion Rising.” more
For families and loved ones of people in long-term care, here are some pointers – signs of sexual and physical abuse – to help protect your loved one... more
The Spirit is always old, and yet it is ever new.Somewhere in our northern country an ancient ritual spirit fire continues to burn in a hidden sacred location as a ceaseless ardent prayer covenant … more
Taos Behavioral Health invites you to come to our new Walk-In Clinic on Thursdays. We know that sometimes family and work schedules make it difficult for you to plan appointments in advance when you … more
Dear Dr. Ted: A couple of weeks ago, there was an avalanche in Taos Ski Valley that claimed two lives. I was one of the many people who participated in the search on the mountain, and I have been feeling every emotion possible. more
Stakun is director of clinical services for Mountain Home Health Care. Her work background in nursing enhances her current position. more
According a research study, when consumers know that a small business is a member of their local chamber of commerce, they are 44 percent more likely to think favorably of it. 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
Taos attracts interesting people and Dr. Neal Friedman remains a prime example.During an interview Thursday (Jan. 12), just before a 10-day ski trip to Colorado, … more
If internet security is a big deal, wireless internet security is an even bigger deal. Taos business owner Dave Mount, president of Darwin Electrical Solutions, said he understands the dilemma all of … more
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