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What do grief and Easter have in common?

Dear Ted: After listening to the grief group talk the other day, I started thinking about Easter coming up and how there are different metaphorical similarities between grief and Easter. more

Listen and act to stop violence in schools

'Instead of working on our homework we were sitting in our math class planning where we would duck and hide if the warning suddenly came," reported a Taos High School student at the March 14 rally on … more

Urgent need to curb firearms

We left behind what looked like a difficult year, not only for us in the United States, but in general for the world. We were all full of great expectations. Things could only get better and the … more

Murder by Smartphone – Chapter 10: The return trip

Recap: Marlene Martinez, a former Cuban detective who now lives in Miami, takes a Caribbean cruise with her niece Sarita. With them travel Carloalberto, an aspiring actor who … more

Know Your Neighbor: Orlando Vigil

On April 1 (Easter Sunday) at 1 p.m., many Taos area youngsters will flock to Kit Carson Park for the annual Easter egg hunt. They don't realize all the work and … more

Volunteers needed at Stray Hearts to help exercise, love animals

It was the Fall of 2004 and we were busy putting the shelter back together to reopen as Stray Hearts Animal Shelter. As the newly appointed executive director, I was at the shelter working towards … more

Talking Pictures eulogized, photographer censored, water manager fired

- 10 YEARS AGO -'The End'By Rick Romancito March 20, 2008In the Tempo magazine, editor Rick Romancito interviewed Josh Bryant, the man who had founded the Taos Talking Pictures Festival in 1993 and … more

New domestic violence laws justified for strangulation and training

Last week, years of hard work by advocates for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault resulted in Gov. Susana Martinez signing laws making strangulation and suffocation serious violent … more

Death by Smartphone - Chapter nine: The Mayan ball game

Recap: Marlene Martinez, a former Cuban detective who now lives in Miami, takes a Caribbean cruise with her niece Sarita. With them travel Carloalberto, an aspiring actor who … more

Pueblo goes 'biomass,' con man gets stung, World War I vet gets his due

- 10 YEARS AGO -'Taos Pueblo fires up county's first biomass heating system'By Rick Romancito March 13, 2008 Rick Romancito reported on his brother, Jeff, who was then Taos Pueblo Tribal Sheriff, as he … more
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