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After more than a year, Equine Spirit Sanctuary is finally open to the public. The horses are brushed and literally chomping at the bit. The trainers are on their toes. Now all they need are some people to do some riding.

(NewsUSA) - It's called "tech neck." But to really understand the stress you're putting on your neck every time you look down at some wireless device -; think texting, for example -; just imagine four 15-pound bowling balls sitting atop your …

(StatePoint) In cooler weather, it’s all about finding clothing and accessories that stand up to the elements and are also stylish. Here are some great, functional must-have accessories to keep you looking great and feeling warm. Texting While …

(NewsUSA) - Sponsored News - Imagine four 15-pound bowling balls atop your head, and you'll understand why so many people now suffer from "tech neck." Yep, the equivalent of about 60 pounds is added to the stress on your neck every time you look …

If you have any information on the whereabouts of this wanted person or any other crimes, please call 758-HALT (4258), submit a tip online through Taos Crime Stoppers or text your tip to 274637 keyword: TAOS. Any information would be …

If you have any information on the whereabouts of this wanted person or any other crimes, please call 758-HALT (4258), submit a tip online through Taos Crime Stoppers or text your tip to 274637 keyword: TAOS. Any information would be …

The Fugitive of the Week is taken directly from the Taos County Crime Stoppers website. If you have any information on these or any other crimes, please call 758-HALT (4258), click on the 'Submit A Tip' button at the top of this page or text your …

On June 27, I fell off my green house roof and broke my neck and back. Still rehabilitating. Monday, I had a flat on my old 3/4-ton truck near MacDonald’s. I struggled to get the flat tire removed but it was very difficult. A young man came up …

Taos County Undersheriff Ed Romero has confirmed the identity of the man who was killed Wednesday night in an apparent shooting near Tres Piedras as Jeffrey King, 53, formerly of Keene, N.H. In addition, two others were injured in the …