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The neighbors of the recently proposed Desert Flower Camping Resort on County Road 110, have filed an appeal of the approved special use permit granted by the Taos County Planning Commission in May.

Emily Gillispie and her husband Joe Mazza are two of the closest neighbors to the proposed 'glampground,' and filed the appeal with the support of many members of the neighborhood, hoping the Taos County Board of Commissioners will deny the application submitted by Jody and Xochitl Wodrich.

“It is healing for the whole person. The idea that each of us is an important partner in our own health care. There is an emphasis on prevention, education and our natural ability to …

The University of New Mexico-Taos (UNM-Taos) campus has graduated the 2016 class of its integrative massage therapy program. The six graduates received a certificate in integrative massage therapy. The program prepares students to enter into the …

Pictured from left to right (back row) are Kirstie Segarra, Ed Minear, Anthony Knitter and Kylee Kenward; left to right (bottom row) are Bryon Baca, Maritza Mascareñas and Wendy Mason-Sherwood.

Santosha Yoga of Taos has been offering yoga classes since 2007, but its focus changed in 2010 when it became a nonprofit studio led by Rob Stewart and Dr. Kirstie Segarra. “Sean Murphy with Sage Institute for the Environment, Creativity and …