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For most families and businesses, renewable energy and recycling are not big deals or concerns. Unless you are in the energy industry or your product or service is directly related to the energy … more
A part of my standard process in working with all clients, individuals, couples, teams and businesses is to initially take time to identify and clarify core values. more
Time is a constant companion in our life and work. Most of us are very conscious of time wherever we are. It easily creates pressures when we are almost out of time, and frustration when we spend so … more
During this patriotic week, Johnny Ray M. Archuleta’s thoughts stray to the military members, past and present, who protect our country. At a recent interview at his mother’s It’s A … more
The Taos News staff dug into the newspaper's archives to uncover the top stories of the week from 10, 25 and 50 years ago. We found information about a chapter in the Cabresto Dam saga, a description of an unusual … more
When a community is hit with many losses at the same time, it is easy to feel overwhelmed in the chaos. This is normal and can lead to a feeling of being alone, perhaps prompting reactive isolation. 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
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'iPod derails Taos teens' train trip'July 26-Aug. 1, 2007 By Andy DennisonIt seemed like … more
Here are answers to questions I have been asked regarding Strays Hearts' current situation, which is on the mend with a great new board president. You can contact the following organizations for help and questions. Of course, I am always … more
In a recent meeting, a teacher with 40 years of experience in Taos Municipal Schools described Taos as a "sweet village" when he first arrived. There are significant differences between then and now.Most students were bilingual and while there were … more
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