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The conversation surrounding suicides in Taos County is by no means new. Those who have lived here for years – or for generations – are aware that New Mexico consistently ranks among the top five states in terms of suicide rates, overall, and … more
Molina Healthcare of New Mexico said Monday (Feb. 5) it filed a protest with the state Human Services Department, challenging its loss of a contract to manage services for Medicaid recipients, … more
Five young men have earned their Eagle Scout badges, all from Troop 98 in Taos. Eagle Scout is the highest achievement attainable in the scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America. Only 5 … more
A Ranchos de Taos man taken into custody Wednesday (March 14) after allegedly threatening to harm himself and law enforcement, was later denied admittance into a state-run behavioral health clinic in Las Vegas because he did not "meet their criteria," according to the Taos County Sheriff. more
Every two weeks, Taos County commissioners meet to discuss and vote on county business, policies and projects. Citizens are invited to speak at the beginning of meetings, which take place at 105 Albright St. Videos of the meetings are streamed live … more
Cherylin Atcitty, environmental manager for Taos Pueblo, has been appointed to serve as a member of the Northern New Mexico Citizens’ Advisory Board. “I am thankful for this opportunity to serve as a board member. I feel honored to represent … more
Featured: CANON CAMERA WORKSHOP will be held April 21 from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. and April 22 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the UNM-Taos Digital Media Arts department, 115 Civic Plaza Drive, Taos. … 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
It often can be difficult to talk about issues, such as sexual assault, consent and healthy relationships, but one Taoseño is striving to change that … more
New CODEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS meets Fridays at noon at St. James Church, 208 Camino de Santiago. For details, call (575) 751-0164.GOLDEN WILLOW GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP is open to members of the community 15 and older Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m. June 21-July … more
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