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Featured: VETERANS DENTAL SERVICE CLINIC: Monday (Aug. 28), 5-7 p.m. (with doors opening at 4 p.m.), there will be a meeting at Kit Carson Electric Cooperative's boardroom (118 Cruz Alta Road) to discuss setting up a dental service clinic in Taos to assist veterans living in Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. more
After 23 years of medical practice and more than 10,000 orthopedic surgeries, Dr. James H. Lubowitz sat in the surgeon’s lounge at Holy Cross Hospital late Monday afternoon (Aug. 21) and picked … more
New: BRAIN INJURY SUPPORT GROUP will meet from 1-3 p.m. at Kit Carson Electric Cooperative’s boardroom (118 Cruz Alta Road) the following dates: Sept. 2, Oct. 14, Nov. 11, Dec. 9. All who have … more
New: MIRANDA CANYON CLEANUP: Anybody who would be interested in coordinating a volunteer cleanup and fence maintenance day at Miranda Canyon should contact Paul Schilke (recreation and lands staff officer for the Camino Real Ranger District) at … more
A coalition of behavioral health advocates will host a one-day public forum Sept. 9 in Ratón on behavioral health issues facing the region's communities. more
The New Mexico Department of Health’s Taos Public Health Office will be hosting a back-to-school immunization clinic on Tuesday (Aug. 8) and Thursday (Aug. 10) from 8-11 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. at its facility on 1400 Weimer Road in Taos. The immunization clinic is open to the public and immunizations will be free. Parents should bring a copy of their child’s shot record and their insurance card, including Medicaid, with them. more
Gregory Schlaff pitched forward violently in the passenger seat of his racing team's trophy truck as a cloud of dust lifted from the roadway and rained gravel against his visor. A few feet in front … more
After losing former Executive Director Jennifer Gfeller on July 4, following just a bit more than three short months of employment, Stray Hearts Animal Shelter struggles to keep its doors open for the animals as financial issues loom over the organization. more
The team behind the original See Something. Say Something smartphone app continues development of a project designed to reduce youth suicide in Taos County. Recently, the team landed new … more
St. James Episcopal Church has partnered with Taos Community Foundation and Medley Restaurant to help give Taoseños a little more food security. The church hosts food distribution every … more
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