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Food need jumps, Río Grande most endangered U.S. river, Taos teachers get 6 percent raise

- 10 YEARS AGO - 'Working to make ends meet'By R. Scott Gerdes, April 17, 2008. The food pantry at St. James Episcopal Church was the focus of this feature because for the first time... more

Always a good day to take personal inventory

Dear Ted: I am a 16-year-old from Taos High, and I was listening to some people at a New Year's party, and they were talking about doing their inventory... more

'What Were You Wearing?'

In the past few months, well-known women and men have been coming forward with their own experiences of being sexually assaulted. more

Loose dogs: Dangerous for them, others

Recently on Facebook, the subject of roaming dogs elicited many comments creating a "thread" of opinions on the merits of living in a community where dogs can have the freedom to explore their true, … more

A Cuban Funeral - Part two: Fear of the factory

This is the second in a four-part story. Part one: During her grandmother's funeral, the narrator wonders what her family life was like in Cuba and listens to her mother and aunt talk about it. 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

Animal helplines when you need them

The following is my first-of-the-year update on our animal nonprofit organizations. Post it somewhere you can easily access if needed. 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

Know Your Neighbor: Gail Wendorf

Gail Wendorf lived and exhibited in Europe for many years. However, her most recent chosen home base is along Highway 518 in Talpa. more

Many paths available for college financial aid

Are you applying to a vocational school or college and not sure how to pay for it? Luckily, there's a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) that determines your eligibility for federal and … more
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