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Gear up to Bowl for Kid's Sake

With the warming weather, you might be starting to think about what seeds to plant this year, where that new planter might go on your patio or what trails to take for those spring hikes.Another … more

Know Your Neighbor: Ruby Ann Alaniz

Everyone grieves the death of a loved one in different ways.Some people cry. Some keep the sadness deep within and others display anger. It depends upon the … more

Important animal legislation awaits governor's signature

The Taos Bark always endeavors to keep you updated on the laws that can affect us in Taos County.Hark and behold. House Bill 64 is waiting for our governor to sign and make it a reality. Here is the … more

Families should talk about dating violence

February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.This is a great opportunity to talk with the teens in your life about healthy relationships and red flags for abusive … more

Grief over historical losses arise with each new loss

Dear Ted: After the death of my brother, I noticed that many different losses within my life seemed to come rushing in like a tidal wave. more

Know Your Neighbor: Patrick Nicholson

Peace Corps volunteer, traveler, teacher, planner: Patrick Nicholson has been all of those and more. "I've done many things in my life. Each position I've held, … more

Reflections on peace in the season of Lent

The world has now entered into the special time of Lent, considered by many as a sacred season during which people take stock of their lives. They also seriously consider the ways in which our fellow … more

Exploring 'The Labyrinth of Solitude'

In my last column, I wrote about a Mexican nun who wrote in the 17th century and became a famous, recognized literary figure even though she took the habit early in her life. Today, I would like to … more

Murder by Smartphone – Chapter Five: The drowned phone

By Teresa DovalpageFor The Taos NewsReview: Marlene Martinez, a former Cuban detective who now lives in Miami, takes a Caribbean cruise with her niece Sarita. With them travel Carloalberto, an … more

Rearview: Water wranglers rope support, the hum gets heard and Bighorn sheep reach new heights

­-- 10 years ago --'Water plan flows forth…finally'By Andy DennisonFeb. 21-27, 2008Whiskey's for drinking but water's for fighting. This turn-of-phrase is probably so popular in the West … more
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