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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

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

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

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

NonViolence Works has moved

Nonviolence Works has recently completed a move to a new location at 105 Bertha Suite B, across from the U.S. Postal Center and behind Toribio’s restaurant. We find the new space uplifting. It … more

Know Your Neighbor: Corrina Llopart

Corrina Llopart is an eclectic person, one who participates in a variety of activities of interest, seldom has free time and doesn't experience boredom. "My past … more

It takes a community to support health

Dear Dr. Ted: The other day I heard you at a talk in which you spoke about wraparound services. This is a term I had not heard and was hoping you could explain and expand on this concept more

The Parent Test – Part I: El Yermo

Tandra had waited too long and now she had to pay for it. While the helicar hovered over the Institute for Parental Certification, the feared IPC, she felt her heart beat faster at … more

Looking back 10, 25, 50 years ago: June 7

- 10 YEARS AGO - 'Hahn becomes first non-Nepalese to summit Everest for 10th time'Staff reportJune 5, 2008Taos resident Dave Hahn made history the week before this edition of the newspaper when he … more

Can you be a little bit pregnant?

Technology, artificial intelligence and robotics dominate us today and the world seems oblivious to it, as long as nothing interferes with our new mechanical toys. Unfortunately, today's technology … more
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