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Bridges Project for Education promotes scholarships

For Taos' graduating seniors, March is time to apply for local scholarships.Thanks to Kat Duran at Taos High School, more than 40 scholarships are posted on the Taos High School website at … more

Can you write?

Can you make people laugh hysterically with your pithy turns of phrase? Are you a tech genius who knows how to explain bots to bitcoin in an engaging, simple way? Are you passionate about the … more

Grieving the living through multiple losses

I have never been one to believe one loss is more difficult than another, and I have seen amazing relationships grow from a prolonged illness, excruciating pain and anguish. This happens as a slow marathon rather than a sprint. more

Urge Congress to ban pesticide chlorpyrifos

One of the biggest failings of the new Environmental Protection Agency in the current administration under Secretary Scott Pruitt has been the refusal to ban the deadly pesticide, chlorpyrifos. more

Governor nixes bipartisan pet food tax aimed at raising funds for spay, neuter services

The bill levied a fee on pet food, with proceeds destined to cover the costs of spay and neuter programs around the state. The bill only needed the governor's signature to pass into law. more

Team Characteristics: Part Two

Last week, we covered three team characteristics: straight talk, managing conflict and honoring commitments. This article includes three more characteristics from chapter nine in Mel Hensey's book, … more

Rearviews: Taos Men's Shelter re-opens, museum director put on leave and civil suit filed over dead cows

The Taos Men's Shelter officially opened for its first guest a decade ago. "This is just a stop-gap," said Dr. Doug Scott, then coordinator of the coalition said at the time. "The problem of homelessness is much bigger." more

Rearview: Fumes flummox town officials and post offices pique suspicions

- 10 years ago -'Seco still divided over new post office location'By Andy DennisonFeb. 28-March 5, 2008Getting mail in rural communities can be difficult.Between no door-to-door service and sometimes … more

When tragedy impacts everyone, trust is shaken

This weekly column seeks 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 … more

Is it OK to "snitch"?

Once more, hindsight is brilliant. The number of stories of actions taken by a variety of individuals to communicate concern about Nikolas Cruz, the young man charged with shooting and killing 17 … more
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