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- 10 YEARS AGO -'Coast-to-coast Longest Walk 2 strides through Taos'Staff ReportApril 10, 2008Native Americans and supporters were scheduled to stop first in Pilar at 6 a.m. on April 15 and then … more
Current estimates are that one in five adolescents engage in self-injury. These numbers do not just include young people already identified as needing psychological help. Rather, they reflect ordinary youth from average American high schools and … 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
As part of our weekly series, The Taos News dug into the newspaper's archives to uncover the top stories of the week from 10, 25 and 50 years ago. This week, we found a story about the long and convoluted legal saga of a horrifying murder, a story about citizen furor over B-1 bomber flyovers, and the 1967 restoration of San Francisco de Asís Church. more
Have you ever had a situation where something really stressful was going on in your life and you had to maintain your productivity at work?Maybe you just suffered a loss of a pet or a breakup. Maybe … more
Last Sunday, we all heard about another domestic violence related mass shooting -- this time in a Texas small-town church. The murderer -- who had been convicted of brutally assaulting his first wife … more
The world has now entered into the special time of Lent, considered by many as a sacred season during which people take stock of their lives. They also seriously consider the ways in which our fellow … more
Last week I wrote about shelter for dogs left outside during the winter, and advocated strongly for straw bales being the best protection. This week’s column has more detailed information on how to build with straw bales and information on how to … 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
Dear Ted: The other day you gave a talk about addiction and grief pertaining to the loved ones within the family. I have been thinking about this topic as the family members are rarely discussed when someone is talking about addiction. more
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