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This striking, 8½-inch-long bird from the woodpecker family has a sweet beak. The red-naped sapsucker drills holes in trees, particularly aspen, cottonwood and … more
All are cordially invited to an anticipatory observance of All Saints' and All Souls Day (Día de Todos los Santos and Día de Todos los Fieles Difuntos), El Día de Los Muertos, on … more
- 10 YEARS AGO -'Public support strong for fired coach'Oct. 25, 2007, By Chandra Johnson and Gabe Toth. We've seen this game before. In October 2007, a few dozen Taoseños turned up to defend Rick Apodaca, a Taos High School teacher and basketball coach who was fired without cause a precious few weeks before the start of the basketball season. more
The latest story from author and language instructor Teresa Dovalpage, which is eight chapters long, will be presented in Spanish and English over the next … more
'Please don't tell my parents!" exclaimed a teenager who had just revealed he was thinking of suicide. The Nonviolence Works clinician who listened is, in fact, mandated to report to the parents when … more
Dear Ted: I have noticed that there is a level of frustrated energy after a loss. When my brother died, I felt my sadness, but I also felt like I was coming out of my skin - like I was stuck … more
First, thank you to the many Community Against Violence supporters who called in during CAV’s 15th annual radiothon on 101.9 KTAO-FM last week. We surpassed our on-air goal of $75,000, which is … more
Dear Ted: I continuously hear and experience sad stories that break my heart. The last few months have seemed full of traumatic events with hurricanes, violence, fires, earthquakes and … more
Beauty appears to surround Phyllis Garcia, whether she’s working at her business, The Beauty Boutique, or thinking about her past cake-decorating work, including the occasion of Julia … more
- 10 YEARS AGO -'GRADS program makes the grade at Taos High'Oct. 18-24, 2007By Susan Lahey WingardReporter Susan Wingard took a look at the GRAD program at Taos High School, a program that allows … more
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