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The above are the words of the famous aria of Verdi's opera Rigoletto that loosely translate as "woman is finicky" (qual pluma al vento, as a feather in the wind…). The reason for the above … more
Is it possible to help others and have fun at the same time? The organizers at Cancer Support Services in Taos believe so as they begin a monthlong fundraising … more
- 10 YEARS AGO - 'School budget $349,000 in the red', By Chandra Johnson, Oct. 2, 2008. Well, this was embarrassing.One week after the voters in a sense handed the Taos Municipal Schools a $40 million check … more
Community Against Violence will hold its 16th Annual Radiothon on KTAOS 101.9 FM radio station on Thursday (Oct. 11) from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. This is an exciting daylong event where listeners … more
When people ask me what I miss about Taos, I could name many things.The landscape, of course, that majestic view of Taos Mountain from Overland Ranch. The people. The warm, quirky, … more
Editor's note: We introduce the first of what will be a few new columnists in The Taos News. Classon has a funny take on middle age, families and living in the high-tech era. We hope you'll enjoy her … more
Dear Dr. Ted:  My son was 21 when he was in a car crash that happened out of town, but as a parent, I catch myself blaming myself due to not being there and protecting him. more
Researchers have found that adults with disabilities are more likely to have unpaid medical bills than those without a disability even when they have health insurance.According to a 2017 report … more
One fact about Mary Adame: She knows how to handle food. From her childhood in Rancho Orinda, Chihuahua, Mexico to working in local restaurants and finally co-owning … more
- 10 YEARS AGO - '$40M bond OK'd for Taos schools, 'By Chandra Johnson, Sept. 25, 2008. The sighs of relief emanating from the Taos Municipal Schools administration's office probably could have been heard … more
Taos is known for its natural beauty--limpid skies, pure air and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains that encircle it like a magic protection ring. But there is also the supernatural … more
In November Taos County will elect a sheriff who supervises Taos County Animal Control as well as their many other duties. This column advocates for a sheriff who takes the following information … more
The Taos Pueblo San Geronimo Feast, which is observed and celebrated on Saturday and Sunday (Sept. 29 and 30), is a cultural and spiritual gift to the United States and to the world. more
Katia Torrelli-Delgado came to the United States from her native Peru in 1969 and completed a master of arts in counseling psychology from John F. Kennedy University in California. Since then she has … more
Dear Dr. Ted: I was talking to someone who was at your grief workshop, and they said that they had learned that grief and trauma are very different. more
The popularity of websites, such as ancestry.com or 23andme.com, illustrates people's desire to learn about their past family history. They ask: From where does my … more
The Safety Net Project, a program of the National Network to End Domestic Violence, has put together extensive information about the "Internet of Things." IoT's are devices with embedded electronics … more
- 10 YEARS AGO - 'Lawsuit: Affordable housing poorly run, 'By Patricia Chambers, Sept. 18, 2008. The town of Taos blocked Debra Divell and Simon T. Hinkler from moving to England.... more
My second visit to Taos happened in February 2008. I had been invited to read from my novel "A Girl like Che Guevara" (Soho Press, 2004) by SOMOS. The name of the organization … more
Sometimes, change is good. Just ask Russell Thornton who changed residency and careers a few times in the last several years. more
25 years ago, the front-page story was about two Taos County residents arrested for growing 50 marijuana plants in the Carson National Forest near Pot Creek. more
“We are honored that three clinicians from the Family Center previously administered by Tri County Community Services have accepted our offer to join the clinical staff at Nonviolence Works”... more
Dear Dr. Ted: I have just gone back to school and I’m watching so much “silly” behavior by everybody. It’s like the entire high school is an anthill that has been kicked … more
All the godly and ungodly forces in this world, the holy and unholy spirits, now gathered over the sacred site of Tsimmayo, where the Seven Companions of the Blessing Way... more
The first time I went to Taos was in 2002. I had moved to Albuquerque a year before and started working toward my doctorate. Taos sounded like a cool place... more
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