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We suspect that everyone is thrilled about the abundant snow we’ve received in November and December. For us, this ski season is shaping up to be one of the best ever for a lot of reasons, … more
This time of the year can be confusing with different emotions rising like tides, and even rip tides. more
Today, "Thank you for your service" needs to be embellished with employment and a promise of a future in the community. more
- 50 YEARS AGO - 'First scheduled airline due today', Staff report, Dec. 26, 1968: Sound familiar? Fifty years ago much hullabaloo was made about Taos being an air destination. more
This will likely be the last Christmas at the farm. That's what started all the trouble.To be clear, there hasn't been a Christmas celebrated at my mother's family farm in quite a … more
People celebrate the Christmas holidays in various manners, sometimes in ways that become an annual tradition, and at other times, celebrations occur at varying … more
- 10 YEARS AGO -'Parents of girls testify in sect leader's trial,' By Chandra Johnson,Dec. 11, 2008. Wayne Bent, 67, was probably the name that came up in a lot of conversations in Taos this week a decade … more
Dear Dr. Ted: As Chanakya is here and all other seasonal holidays from Kwanzaa to Christmas are arriving, I felt myself start to go into a “Bah! Humbug!” attitude as... more
Gersh, a Taos High graduate, grew up in art circles in the Taos community. Her dad, the late Bill Gersh, spent much of his life as an artist. more
For Genara Sanchez, just knowing that there were women and children suffering domestic abuse was enough for her to volunteer for a nascent crisis intervention organization in the late 1970s.Genara … more
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