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Stray Hearts Animal Shelter is offering another low-cost vaccination clinic on Saturday (May 20) from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The shelter is located at 1200 St. Francis Lane, near the Taos location of the New … more
Regina Romero knows how to turn a hobby into an enjoyable family business. She first discovered beading and making jewelry through observation, imagination and research. A few years later, this … more
Managing through change and crisis requires additional focus and attention. A major crisis demands an immediate action response. An event such as an accident, explosion, lightning or shooting will … more
Bettie Martinez gave birth to four children, but she actually served as a mother figure for hundreds of children during their youth. In her career as the secretary at Taos Junior High, now known as Taos … more
Just to show you how much I care for cats - feral and pet kitties - my column today is for you, all the cat lovers in our community. As devoted, loving cat owners, hopefully you feed your kitty a well-balanced diet. Cats are carnivores and need … more
Loss is anytime that our old perceptions, beliefs and definitions of something are changed on any level. This may mean radical change, such as death, loss of a job or other major losses, or minor changes that can be easily disenfranchised, like change of seasons, moving the furniture around the house or other differences that cause your internal world to have to adjust so that you can navigate the external world. more
Skunks – yes, they are back, along with the flies, gnats and other flying/crawling insects that accompany the warm weather. Having your dog “skunked” brings much unpleasantness and misery to both canine and human. Here are some … more
The Taos News has committed to implement a weekly column to help educate our community about emotional healing through grief. People may write questions to Golden Willow Retreat and they will be answered privately to you and possibly as a future … more
A series on management basics and moreMost of us probably have not spent much time or effort to manage ourselves. And many might ask, "Why do we need to manage ourselves?" Actually, we are managing ourselves all the time. We are just not always … more
The vast majority of our children's coaches, teachers, youth pastors, bus drivers and other important mentors are wonderful, caring and dedicated people. But we too often hear about people in these positions sexually abusing children in their care. … more
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