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Off to college or moving out? Be prepared for risks related to alcohol?

At this time of year, many young people are heading off to college or getting ready to move out on their own. For the first time, these newly independent young people will have freedom to make many … more

Ask Ted: Death of a pet involves loss

Dear Ted: I recently had a cat die and have been devastated to the point of waves of tearful moments, depression and mini panic attacks. I am completely surprised by this and even ashamed by my behavior. I loved my cat and she was with me for a long time, but as people tell me, I can get another one - or they seem surprised and put out that I am having so many feelings. I feel I must be crazy. Am I? more

Off to college or moving out?

At this time of year, many young people are heading off to college or getting ready to move out on their own. For the first time, these newly independent young people will have freedom to make many life choices for themselves. One of the new experiences is likely to be easy access to lots of alcohol on and around campus and lots of pressure from friends to drink a lot of it. more

In the Rearview: A speedy search and rescue, a deadly carnival ride and a fleet of aerial visitors

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 … more

Alternate shelter help available from various organizations around Taos

Here are answers to questions I have been asked regarding Strays Hearts' current situation, which is on the mend with a great new board president. You can contact the following organizations for help and questions. Of course, I am always … more

Ask Ted: Ritual and ceremony

Dear Ted: A couple of weeks ago, there was an article about Tim Rivera and Rivera Family Funeral Services mentioning their ritual and ceremony along with working with you and Golden Willow Retreat in helping with healing from loss. I was hoping you would expand on the concept of ritual and ceremony and how it plays in the healing process from loss. more

Investing in our youth a bit at a time

As the summer of programing began, the driver of the bus for the Nonviolence Works Familia y Mundo activities commented, "The kids would run - racing each other - and fall down on their way into the bus. I would have to reach out and catch one or … more

In the Rearview: An Amtrak incident, an author's milestone birthday and an archaeological excavation

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. 10 years ago'iPod derails Taos teens' train trip'July 26-Aug. 1, 2007 By Andy DennisonIt seemed like … more

Know Your Neighbor: Dexter Fields

Many people think that hospice means a philosophy, not a place. Caregivers prefer to view hospice as a concept of care that can be provided wherever the terminally ill patient considers home, … more

Ask Ted: Transitions to new life mean dealing with grief, change

Dear Ted: I graduated this spring and it was awesome. I was happy, my family is still proud and happy, and I felt great. Lately, I have felt kind of sad and out of place and can't figure out what is going on, as I am excited about college and stepping into a larger world. I am surprised that these sad feelings are here, as I was feeling excited and grateful. more
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