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Know Your Neighbor: Mercedes Valdez

One of Taos' original wedding crashers remains involved in weddings today, but her role and situation have changed from her earlier involvement. From the ages of … more

Looking Back: 10, 25, 50 years ago – week of May 17

- 10 YEARS AGO - 'Budget shortfall may cost teachers'By Chandra Johnson, May 15, 2008. The Taos Municipal Schools' budget shortfall and the announced cuts of nine high school teachers was the focus of … more

Need to be right leads to trouble communicating

Dear Ted: Can two victims shame each other and both be morally justified? more

Stop the world. I want to get off.

The other day I felt totally overwhelmed by bad news from all over the planet, and out of nowhere I remembered the line, "Stop the world, I want to get off"! I knew the line but could not remember … more

Intervention is key to preventing sibling sexual abuse

In our last column, we wrote about incest, sexual abuse by a family member, and how hard it is to talk about it. This week, we focus on an even more taboo topic: sibling sexual abuse. Regular … more

Intimate partner sexual violence often misunderstood

Community Against Violence is one of only a few agencies in New Mexico that is a “dual” agency, one providing services to child and adults survivors of sexual violence and domestic … more

Looking back 10, 25, 50 years ago – week of May 10

– 10 YEARS AGO – ‘Amigos Bravos celebrates 20 years of activism’ By Andy DennisonMay 8, 2008 Andy Dennison starts his story by quoting an Amigos Bravos leader who … more

San Isídro and the blessing of fields in Taos

As I arrived at town hall to listen to the updates on the big Abeyta water settlement agreement, I was astounded to see an old ox-drawn wagon parked outside. A winged angel stood in the cart holding … more

Know Your Neighbor: Monte Stiles

Long before men enjoyed the nursing profession in large numbers, Monte Stiles pioneered a 40-year nursing career. Stiles received a bachelor of fine arts degree … more

Addressing anxiety and depression can improve health

Dear Ted: I often hear people say I have depression and yet they seem totally full of anxiety, and then I hear people say they are anxious, and they seem so sad. It seems these two words are thrown around pretty easily, yet... more
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