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“It almost felt like fate” to Anthony Rumfolo when he arrived to work at Taos Ski Valley last winter. After serving the country, the Air Force veteran (Senior Airman E-4, 2003-2008) had been trying to find his purpose in the civilian world. more
In this time of uncertainty, a local nonprofit has been quietly serving the Taos community - highlighting pressing needs that COVID-19 has made even more apparent. Veterans and military family members have been hard at work growing food to help address the growing food insecurity issue in Taos County. more
To honor all veterans on Memorial Day, New Mexico Public Broadcast System is airing Albuquerque filmmaker Sarah Kanafani's poignant documentary "On This Hallowed Ground: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Born from Tragedy" on Sunday (May 24) at 10 p.m. and Monday (May 25) at 8 p.m. on Channel 5.1. more
Memorial Day will look different in Taos County this year.  Due to precautions surrounding COVID-19, many Memorial Day celebrations will be cancelled to minimize the possible spread of the … more
Chuck Zobac describes how meeting with veterans groups eased the post-traumatic stress he suffered after his intense combat experiences in Vietnam. That's something today's war veterans currently don't have because of the social distancing imposed to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, he said. more
Preparations for the 37th annual Red River Memorial Motorcycle Rally start months before Memorial Day weekend for the friendly alpine village of Red River, according to town … more
'Working with veterans is a passion of mine. I am a military brat and have a lived experience with military culture and family life," said Jacquie Arcand, one of four Taos Behavioral Health … more
The Not Forgotten Outreach veterans organization in Taos, N.M. has announced the purchase of the 28-acre Chet Mitchell Property, made possible by the LOR Foundation. more
It’s been a long road for Taos Pueblo’s John Romero. The Vietnam Veteran and veteran’s advocate has been working for five years to finally memorialize the men and women from his tribe who served in the nation’s military beyond his reservation’s borders. more
It’s been a long road for Taos Pueblo’s John Romero. The Vietnam Veteran and veteran’s advocate has been working for five years to finally memorialize the men and women from his tribe who served in the nation’s military beyond his reservation’s borders. more
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