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The grizzly bear. The wolf. The cougar. These magnificent creatures and apex predators — how can we not admire them? People cross the world for the opportunity to see one in the wilds of …

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I recently saw a patient with a long history of pre-diabetes and then diabetes; he has had high sugar levels and multiple complications, including nerve damage. After starting a new diabetes medicine …

In our last column, we talked about Taos County's new Family Violence Court, which will soon provide alternative treatment and intervention options for people convicted of battering intimate partners or family members. In this column, we will discuss differences between anger management classes, which have proven to be ineffective in changing abusive behaviors, and battering intervention programs (BIPs), which have shown real results.

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Opinion / Thank you for the editorial calling-out county officials.

A while back, when we had only three commissioners, a group of us activists called DAG (Democratic Action Group) attended all commission meetings with the belief that these were public meetings...

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Since the recent departure of Valle del Sol from the state at the end of July, and the closure of Tri-County Community Services in 2018, there has been a dearth of behavioral health and substance abuse services in Taos County, with just a handful of organizations supporting a client base that professionals say continues to grow, especially after the pandemic.

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Whether you are a resident of Taos County, a Rainbow Gatherer from out-of-state, or someone who cannot be categorized, the New Mexico Department of Health, FEMA and Taos County are offering free COVID-19 vaccines on Wednesday, June 30 from 11:00 a.m  to 3:00 p.m.

The Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be available at the old Senior Center Building directly behind the Taos County Sheriff’s office (601 Lovato Place) to anyone 18 and older.

If you are...

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For a land management agency that has been in existence for over 100 years, you may not be surprised to learn that the management approach of the New Mexico State Land Office is almost as dated. Historically, leasing decisions from the office have been "one-offs," piecemeal leases that did little to take into account larger, landscape impacts on watersheds, habitats and ecosystems.