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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.
Students taking classes in Integrative Health and Medical Massage at The University of New Mexico-Taos are not only preparing themselves for a possible career in a healthcare field, but strengthening their own minds and bodies to overcome the challenges ahead with confidence and skill — whatever path they choose.
The Integrative Health and Medical Massage program has been offering classes, certificates and licensure in integrative massage therapy and holistic health and healing arts since the fall of 1999, when seven students showed up to take Jean …
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.