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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
HIKERS NEEDED BY NEW MEXICO WILDERNESS ALLIANCE. New Mexico Wild is partnering with the Forest Service to complete solitude monitoring in the Carson National Forest 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
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Taos County has a high rate of suicide, depression and mental health illnesses.  But what do you do if a loved one, a friend or a colleague is having a mental health crisis? How do you … 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
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
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY seeks English-speaking and bilingual volunteers to drive patients to appointments and help with other tasks. Call (575) 751-8927.BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS provides mentoring … more
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CIVIL AIR PATROL SQUADRON is looking for volunteers in Taos. You can join this group that helps in search and rescue efforts, does aerospace education and runs a cadet program for... 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
TAOS MOUNTAIN BALLOON RALLY VOLUNTEER MEETING takes place on Monday (April 29) from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Taos Community Foundation Building, 115 La Posta Road, Suite A, Taos. Call (575) 737-8846 if … more
There are several organizations that could use your help. Here are a few: more
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Taos Shared Table will be hosting a free seasonal flu shot clinic at two different locations in Taos Wednesday (Dec. 12). From 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the El Pueblito United Methodist Church, … more
The work we do in behavioral health is to create a safe, confidential environment with an unconditional caring relationship. more
Father Mike is passionate about many topics, but social justice probably tops the list. more
SING CHRISTMAS HYMNS at Ranchos Presbyterian Church Sunday (Dec. 16) at 3 p.m. It's the church's 1st Annual "Christmas Hymn Sing." Come Celebrate! Refreshments provided by the Women's Missionary Society. Ranchos Presbyterian Church, 1 San Francisco St., across from the Ranchos post office. Call (575) 224-2932. more
Taos County's only hospital, struggling with financial troubles and staff turnover, still improved patient care enough to win a state award.Holy Cross Medical … more
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New Mexico ranks third in the nation for its rate of senior citizens living in poverty, faring better than Washington, D.C., and Mississippi, with 12.2 percent of people over 65 trying to get by on an income that falls below the federal poverty line of $12,490 a year for a household of one -- just under the average Social Security benefit in the state of $13,900. Meanwhile, the average cost of food, housing and health care comes to about $28,000 a year. more
ONGOING: AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY seeks English-speaking and bilingual volunteers. Call (575) 751-8927.BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS provides mentoring relationships for boys and girls ages 5-18. Call Oralia … more
SOMOS needs book lovers. Contact or call (575) 758-0081 for more information. 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 he was 12 years old, John Gamble's face peered out from behind a football helmet on the front page of the Carlsbad Current-Argus -- he was the quarterback for the Spartans, a local youth team. A few years later, Gamble was on the front page for a different reason -- at 16, he had killed a friend. A jury found him guilty of first-degree murder, and a judge sent him to prison for 60 years. more
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