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The Taos Coalition to End Homelessness, owners and operators of the Taos Men’s Shelter, are seeking an AmeriCorps Volunteer in Service to America (VISTA) service member for a yearlong contract … more
Welcome to all the new little Taoseños. more
Why: Mountain Home Health is losing money on the program because of the way Medicaid reimburses. What stays the same: All other Mountain Home Health programs for Medicaid, Medicare, veterans and … more
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS offers multiple meetings every day. Find a meeting by calling the 24-hour hotline at (575) 758-3318 or visiting more
TAOS THRESHOLD CHOIR is looking for people who love to sing. Threshold Choir is a community of women singers who volunteer our voices to bring comfort at bedside to hospice clients. Call Annette at (575) 776-5426. more
THE ENOS GARCIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL after-school program "Fandango Juvenil" will be hosting a benefit enchilada dinner and performance on Saturday, March 30 from 6- 8 p.m. at the Juan I. Gonzales Agricultural Building. more
More New Mexicans would qualify for medical marijuana, and the 70,000-plus patients already in the state's medical cannabis program would have to deal … more
Wildland firefighter Steven Collins, plans to trek 50 miles Saturday (March 23) in full gear from Peñasco to Taos Ski Valley to raise awareness and money for the Wildland Firefighter Foundation. more
ACEQUIA MADRE DEL RIO CHIQUITO will have its annual cleaning day on Saturday, March 23 at 8 a.m. Parciantes meet at La Morada de Ranchos, Highway 518. more
Taos' favorite fro-yo spot will see some new owners as Ziggy's Frozen Yogurt changes hands to the DreamTree Project.DreamTree, a local Taos nonprofit focused on serving … more
The New Mexico Department of Health issued an emergency rule on Friday (March 1) that lets medical cannabis producers grow up to 2,500 plants. more
Teens are challenging firefighters, law enforcement, emergency medical staff and community leaders to face them on the hoops court. It's all for fun and a good … more
COMMUNITY GATHERING TO RECOGNIZE AVALANCHE VICTIMS. Taos Ski Valley is holding a community gathering today (March 7) from 11:30 a.m. to noon. more
I appreciate your insights about the grief process as well as sharing your experience with your healing process from the loss of your brother. more
The state Senate approved a bill Friday (Feb. 22) to prohibit private employers from using an application form that asks job seekers about arrests or … more
When you come to TBH, you will be greeted by our new receptionist - Nancy Diamond, a consummate welcoming personality with over 30 years of experience in various roles in Taos. She will help you feel … more
Major tax law changes will affect most taxpayers this year. The Internal Revenue Service has developed a special electronic publication and other online resources designed to help people understand … more
April Winters of Taos Pueblo was among representatives of the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos to attend a national summit along with LANL (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Foundation's early childhood … more
The Taos Milagro Rotary Club Community Grants Program will make three $1,000 grants available on or about April 12, 2019. The grants are designed to impact the local community. "We seek to impact … more
Father Mike is passionate about many topics, but social justice probably tops the list. more
The phone call can come at any hour. Your elderly parent has fallen ill and needs your help. If you haven't gotten the call yet, chances are you will. About 70 percent of our parents will … more
Featured: COMMUNITY GATHERING TO RECOGNIZE AVALANCHE VICTIMS – Taos Ski Valley is holding a community gathering on March 7 from 11:30 a.m. to noon to recognize the young men we lost in the … more
Representatives from the Taos health and business community gathered at Holy Cross Hospital this week to provide feedback regarding what has worked and what can be improved as Holy Cross Hospital … more
Our children are inundated with bad examples of celebrity breakups carried out through social media. This exposure has taught our young people to think that the best approach to ending a relationship is through their cellphones or on the internet. more
COMMUNITY AGAINST VIOLENCE seeks volunteers for office work, fundraising, events, landscaping, the thrift store and outreach efforts. more
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