Suboxone a critical step to treating addiction

Nick JebsenAbandoned drug needles are becoming a more frequent sight around Taos, one indication of an ongoing problem in the community with addiction to heroin and other drugs. Access to Suboxone, which reduces the cravings for heroin, is one part of a comprehensive strategy that health providers say is effective in treating addiction.
Doctors say access to Suboxone - a drug that reduces cravings for heroin and other illicit opiates - is crucial to breaking the cycle of addiction. But those seeking …
Mini Princesa Alycia Gonzales-Vigil, 5, receives a piggyback ride from Princesa Andrea Romero on Saturday (July 20) before the Fiesta Mass at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.

Photo Gallery: 2019 Fiestas de Taos celebrations

The tradition of Las Fiestas de Taos brought the community together over the weekend in a joyful celebration of the 2019 theme, “Once a Taoseño, Always a Taoseño.”
Late-afternoon shadows are cast over the adobe walls of the Immaculate Heart of Mary church, the center of the former seminary where dozens of high school and college-aged students trained to become priests in the 1960s and 70s.

Sex abuse claims against archdiocese, clergy now under review

When the June 17 deadline to file sexual abuse claims against the Archdiocese of Santa Fe passed, 340 people had submitted paperwork to be part of the bankruptcy …

Enchanted Homes - Taos Style, 2019

In the Enchanted Homes, “Taos Style” edition we look at Clay, Paint and Wood — the essence of Taos Style.
DeAnna posing at the Taos Pueblo
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Photo Gallery: 2019 Fiestas de Taos celebrations

The tradition of Las Fiestas de Taos brought the community together over the weekend in a joyful celebration of the 2019 theme, “Once a Taoseño, Always a Taoseño.”

Tempo Arts & Entertainment
Now showing in Taos: ‘The Lion King’
Disney’s new version of “The Lion King” directed by Jon Favreau opens like the 1994 animated musical, setting the stage with an …
Taos Star Guide
The sun moves from the sign of Cancer and into the sign of Leo late Monday (July 22). The Delta Aquarid meteor showers continue ...
One night, three short comedies
The cliché about working with a group of unruly and differing people being like "herding cats" might apply to the local theater …
The problem is not right or left
When political parties became lured by big money, big ideas about how to help the working stiffs of America went right out the window. …
Taos students learn 'Serenade'
The ballet is a feat of grace, physical rigor, and soul. Akin to the professional ice skater and gymnast, it is exhilarating to watch …
Wickedly paradoxical duo
Rich vocal harmonies, lush instrumentation and soulful lyrics define Tina & Her Pony. The last time the duo rode through town was …
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Reel Talk: Weekly fishing and stocking report

This condensed version of the weekly fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and …

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Podcasts read by Larry Torres

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  • Grama is still mad con el Filimotas
  • Spamglish: Filimotas was weird porque se le cayó la mollera
  • En un tiempo, Grama Cuca fue una beautician
  • Canutito sells blanquillos para comprar Easter eggs
  • Canutito aprende a hacer un rain dance
  • Grama Cuca toma té milagroso in order to lose weight
  • Is the fish called 'el pez,' 'la pez' or 'lópez'?
  • La Mrs. Sandoval batalla con el Filimotas
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