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Habitat for Humanity built its first house in Taos 22 years ago. Fast forward to 2016, and the organization dedicated its 30th home in the community Nov. 19. The home was built for Vera, Jewels and Nieves Romero. A short ceremony took place at … more
WE'RE STILL IN! Join like-minded folks Friday (Dec. 8), 7​-9 p.m. to respond creatively to climate change and find solutions for a sustainable, healthy and adaptive Taos. First Presbyterian … more
Holy Cross Hospital CEO Bill Patten told Taos County Commissioners Tuesday (March 13) that the community hospital’s financial picture is improving, but a hospital union representative and … more
Featured 'PAWS FOR THE CAUSE': Taos Feral Feline Friends is hosting its 13th annual fundraiser walkathon Oct. 7. Kim Sides (a veterinarian), Mish Rosete and Ben Mitchell will walk 27 miles. To … more
The Taos Community Foundation mission to fund organizations that build a more creative, caring and thriving community in the region will be enhanced through a donation of $250,000 from Taos Ski Valley. Throughout the 2016-2017 ski season, Taos Ski … more
New Mexicann Natural Medicine, one of two licensed nonprofit producers and distributors of medical marijuana in Taos, celebrates three years in town this week. more
New'FALL ARTS' EXHIBITION: Volunteers are called to assist with setup and installation of the "Fall Arts" exhibition (Sept. 11-21) and for daily hosting of morning or afternoon shifts (Sept. 22-Oct. 1). There are additional volunteer openings at the … more
Stray Hearts Animal Shelter in Taos has named a new board member. Kay Kimmel recently joined the board of the nonprofit. She has been a longtime volunteer at Stray Hearts. Officials say she is the person responsible for the name. Kimmel has a … more
This week I revisit common myths and untruths about family violence. A common myth blames poverty as a driving factor. Domestic violence, sexual abuse and child abuse occur in all kinds of families from all income levels, ethnicities, cultures and … more
Taos County officials are trying to figure out what to do with the Taos County Juvenile Detention Center, a facility that's costly to run and is sometimes fully staffed, but empty of detainees. One idea that's getting some traction is to open a "residential treatment center" within the same space. The treatment center would provide intensive therapeutic services for young people as an alternative to jailing them. more
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