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I am a freshman at the high school and I'm grateful for your articles. They make me feel less alone and a little bit more normal as I see others have similar problems. more
There are many things a parent needs to teach his or her child. The most obvious are things like learning to tie shoes and to brush one's teeth. One that isn't talked about as much is teaching your … more
Recent natural disasters in North America, like Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, the earthquake in Mexico and Hurricane Maria, have caused drastic destruction, claiming … more
On Saturday November 2, Día de los Muertos, Caridad’s day began with her son crying at five in the morning, which wasn’t the most auspicious start. Ever since she had entered the … 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. 10 YEARS AGO --'Lights, camera, profit?' Sept. … more
This column is especially dedicated to our brothers and sisters at Taos Pueblo, including those who have passed on - such as Pete Concha, Marcelino and Lorenzo Suazo, Tony Reyna, Joe Paul Concha - … more
Dear Ted: You recently wrote an article on addiction, particularly on relapse. I have found that many people equate relapse to failure. more
'But I didn't jump, even though I was standing on the top of the Golden Gate Bridge," said Sally (who asked that her real name not be used). "I was living in California at the time and had … more
In recent weeks, I have had occasions to be available to people who have called and needed help because their beloved pet had died or was in the process of its end of life. These conversations happen … more
Men pat total strangers on the back; women exchange air kisses and ask about their kids, grandkids and assorted godchildren. more
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