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Clearly, one of the most recognizable sounds of Christmas are the “jingle bells” on the harness of a horse-drawn sleigh. more
Even with the popularity and ease of online shopping, local wedding registries are as convenient and more important to the area's economy. more
Every morning around 6, Missy, a 15-year-old black, easily spooked quarter horse with not a stitch of white markings, watches Jenny Lancaster cart bales of hay and measure scoops of grain. more
Will you be the first person in your family to pursue higher education through a certification, vocational training or a two- or four-year college degree? Are you a high school senior ready to apply to college, in New Mexico or elsewhere, and you’re seeking help with the various steps in the process? Perhaps you’re a younger high school student eager to understand what the college application and financial aid process will entail, so that you can take proactive steps to embark on the process with the awareness necessary to achieve your goals. more
Throughout the wedding planning process, you will discuss and ultimately decide on many details with your partner, vendors, friends and family members. more
Countercultural activism is a big and sometimes scary word, but the work of preserving water rights in Taos County is tantamount to saving the entire sustainable, land-based ethos at the heart of Northern New Mexico’s storied lifestyle. more
In our annual Design issue, you'll find profiles of landscaper Angelika Heikaus and woodworker David Mapes, as well as our feature of the rustic, modern mountain home of Ron and Sylvia Wood in Angel Fire. You can read the full issue at: http://www.taosnews.com/enchantedhomes.    more
Taos Day School is located on the tribal lands of Taos Pueblo, just three miles from the town of Taos. Taos Day School educates tribal students five days a week, from kindergarten through 8th grade. Besides regular course activities, the school offers clubs, intramural sports and extracurricular activities. more
The studio tour — the mainstay, a large draw during Taos Fall Arts Festivals. There's something personal and informing, almost romantic, about watching an artist create in the heart of his or her creative space that is normally off limits. From the High Road to Abiquiú, there is no shortage of studios to tour or talent to behold. more
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