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Nonviolence Works faced challenges, opportunities and success in 2017. We want to reach out to Taoseños and celebrate our success. more
Felicia, Ramona and Lupe are three friends who meet every month at the St. James Tearoom. But when Lupe proposes to invite a young woman named Carmen, Ramona gets … more
This column often emphasizes the prevention of childhood trauma, including physical and sexual abuse and witnessing domestic violence. Ongoing research by the U.S. Center for Disease Control and others show a direct connection between childhood trauma and adult onset of chronic disease, social problems and even early death. more
Plazas are powerful architectural spaces. The Spanish and Pueblo town plans always had plazas, always the center. In the 1940s, Taos Plaza was vividly alive … more
First of all I want to thank all the people in our community who contacted me appreciative of last weeks' column on Stray Hearts Animal Shelter. Transparency, public communication and financial management are foremost on your minds. more
- 10 years ago - 'Tri-State Generation moving toward green energy'... more
- 50 years ago -'Car flips, driver escapes'Nov. 16, 1967On Thursday, Nov. 9, 1967, Doris Gina Kelly from Questa survived very serious injuries on a Saturday afternoon, when she lost control of her … more
Valerie Cisneros knows about the blending and the balance of being a mom and having a career all too well. more
Well, here is the latest news, dear readers - our Stray Hearts Animal Shelter in Taos has been successful in hiring a new executive director. Her name is Cindy Lucas, and her official start date was … more
This weekly update is provided by theStray Hearts Animal Shelter... more
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