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Ask Ted: The role of religion and spirituality in loss and emotional healing

Dear Ted: I was talking to you the other day about grief and loss and we started discussing how spirituality and religion may play into emotional healing after a loss. How do you see a higher power working within the grief process? more

Neglect, hunger, bullying create academic challenges

The school year has started again - and all those excited and nervous students and parents begin the challenges of new classes, teachers and classmates. Next to families, schools are the most powerful and enduring influence on children and youth. Being a successful student opens opportunities and builds self-confidence that can be lifelong. Dealing with academic trauma and failure has challenges that bury deep into an individual's personality. more

Know Your Neighbor: Ruben Hernandez

Do you know an energetic, business-minded young man who follows his interests of computers, filmmaking and phone repair into a marketing career? If "yes" is your answer, then you've probably met Ruben Hernandez. more

Why invest in our youth? For our own future

It seems to be a naïve question, one with a common, quick response: "Because they are our future." But every elected official, every social agency professional, every teacher and parent knows that we are not really committed to supporting our youth -- at least not in the sense that we understand they form the foundation of our future. more

Learn the Heimlich: A manuever to help a choking dog

Please cut out this great information from blogger Emily Bauer and save and share. It could save a dog's life.Heimlich maneuverYour dog is choking, so what do you do? The most important thing to remember during an emergency is to stay calm. It can save a dog's life. more

Ask Ted: Hindsight: Building wisdom or cultivating shame

Dear Ted: I have noticed that most news is looking at the past and saying how it all should have been different with a level of negativity. I see how I do this to myself and others do it to themselves. I see how others have a negative lens that seems to spread more negativity. This cannot be healthy for anyone. What are your thoughts on this issue? more

La Llorona's Daughter - Chapter 4: A chat between friends

The story so far: Caridad, a Cuban married to a Taoseño, is having trouble adapting to her new environment. To make things worse, a family ghost pays her an unexpected visit. After an argument with her mother-in-law, Caridad agrees to display her mother's portrait on the altar, but she still fails to understand the Day of the Dead ceremonies. While Rita puts the finishing touches to the altar, Michael and Caridad discuss their future plans and the arrival of Margarita, Caridad's Puerto Rican friend. more

In the Rearview: A chocolate-obsessed bear, op-ed against a missile defense project and a mischievous land dispute

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. This week, we found a story about a chocolate-obsessed bear, an op-ed against the Cold War-era … more

Grampo Caralampio’s pearls of wisdom comienzan a hacer fade

En el medio del summertime Canutito got un poco bored de no hacer nada. Después de pensar and weighing his options, he decided to write la historia de su familia. … more

Nuestra herencia espirituál norteña perdura

Primero, éste anuncio: En el día Sabado, 5 Agosto, la organización “Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area,” tendrá el formál “Grand … more
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