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Rearview: Snowstorms descend, Couse pasture and 2 women win town council seats

10 years ago - 'Storms take toll on Taos' By Taos News staff; Feb. 7-13, 2008 Back-to-back storms that moved through the Taos area during early February 2008 did their worst. Crews had to work … more

Looking back: 10, 25, 50 years ago – May 24

- 10 YEARS AGO -'Students protest teacher transfer'By Chandra JohnsonMay 22, 2008"Ms. J must stay!"That was the chant of about 300 Taos High School students protesting the transfer of a beloved THS … more

Decreasing chaos in the midst of a community crisis

Dear Dr. Ted: In the last couple of weeks, our community has had many shocking losses culminating in the deaths in Dixon. more

Employers do more protecting business and employees

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, employers and human resources staff are looking more deeply into what's needed to protect their workers and businesses.When an employer leaves sexual harassment … more

The Parent Test - Part 2: The interview

The helicar found a suitable spot to land and came down fast. When it touched ground, Tandra's hands were shaking so much that she could barely hold the controls. more

Seasonal changes impact emotions, energy levels

Dear Ted: As the days get colder and darker, I notice that my emotions seem be dropping as well. Is this just me being a hypochondriac or is there truly something some sort of correlation with seasons and emotions? Thank you, Getting Cold more

Nonviolence Works offers various types of support

Have you been to the Storyteller movie theater this week? It is the holiday season, when the audiences become larger and new movies are pushed out to capture your attention. more

Horses helping kids and big people, too

As we begin our summer schedule of lessons and activities, often people ask what the difference is between our regular riding program, therapeutic riding lessons and equine-assisted … more

How have cultural, social changes in Taos affected our youth?

In a recent meeting, a teacher with 40 years of experience in Taos Municipal Schools described Taos as a "sweet village" when he first arrived. There are significant differences between then and now.Most students were bilingual and while there were … more

Christmas in Havana: Part 1: Waiting for a train, papa and a pig

It was a party doomed from the start when the cracks that eventually would erode our family began to appear. But at that time no one knew it. more
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