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New: TAOS THRESHOLD CHOIR is open to new members who love to sing and can communicate kindness with their voices. The choir is a community of women singers who volunteer their voices to bring comfort … more
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Affordable housing for low-income and working-class people has been a topic in Taos for years, surfacing as a high priority but predictably receding from view. These demonstrators don't want people to forget. more
Holy Cross Hospital laid off 12 employees Friday (Jan. 12), including positions in management and among health care professionals, as the hospital wrestles with a hefty gap between revenues and … more
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The U.S. Department of Justice recently awarded New Mexico $1,173,835 to bolster the state’s ongoing efforts to combat opioid addiction and other forms of substance abuse, according to an … more
New: BRAIN INJURY SUPPORT GROUP will meet from 1-3 p.m. at Kit Carson Electric Cooperative’s boardroom (118 Cruz Alta Road) the following dates: Sept. 2, Oct. 14, Nov. 11, Dec. 9. All who have … more
The number of New Mexico children taken into state custody because of abuse and neglect has continued to rise in the past year as the state also struggled with an increasing rate of children living in poverty and an unrelenting opioid epidemic -- issues that tend to drive up the number of children in need of care. more
In his early 30s, Daniel Herrera weighed 420 pounds and started using cocaine in a desperate effort to lose weight. He turned to a doctor in Taos, who prescribed him oxycodone to numb the chronic … more
Holy Cross Hospital is inviting Taos County residents to think pink through October and donate to support Cancer Support Services. The independently funded service of Holy Cross Hospital … more
Featured TAOS COUNTY DWI PLANNING COUNCIL next monthly meeting is Wednesday (Nov. 8) at 11:30 a.m. at the Town of Taos Police Department, 400 Camino de la Placita, Taos. Please contact Herbert … more
The team behind the original See Something. Say Something smartphone app continues development of a project designed to reduce youth suicide in Taos County. Recently, the team landed new … more
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