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Hundreds of cars crawled through the parking lot at St. James Episcopal Church on an overcast day in Taos on Thursday (March 26) to receive provisions from the organization's food pantry. more
Car after car rolled into Enos Garcia Elementary School parking lot Monday morning (March 16), bringing bags of nonperishable food to shore up the school's backpack program, driven by the sudden need for provisions after the state announced K-12 schools would close to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. more
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The COVID-19 virus has forced the postponement of one of Northern New Mexico's most beloved traditions, the annual Holy Week pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayó. more
Not Forgotten Outreach,  a nonprofit veterans' organization in Taos, announced it is closing most of its programs and staff will telecommute until April 6 due to the outbreak of novel coronavirus COVID-19 and the state of emergency declared by the governor.  more
Insurers in New Mexico can't charge patients for testing and health care related to the coronavirus COVID-19, announced  state superintendent of insurance Russell Toal on  Friday (March … more
A woman in her 40s from Bernalillo County tested "presumptive positive" for COVID-19, the fifth case in New Mexico waiting for confirmation from federal health officials, according to the New Mexico Department of Health on Thursday (March 12). As of Thursday afternoon there still were no confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Taos County, according to Holy Cross Medical Center officials. more
Don't panic, but take precautions to prevent infection with and the spread of coronavirus.  more
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Bill Patten, the chief executive officer at Holy Cross Medical Center in Taos since 2015, will make $301,550 this year, excluding benefits. more
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Hundreds of vehicles a day stream through the tiny village of Taos Ski Valley on their way to one of the premier ski resorts in the country. As Taos Ski Valley resort continues to grow into a world class destination, more people will come. more
Editor's note: What follows here is a deeply personal account of one woman's experience with sexual abuse and its lasting impact. more
The fight is never over for local immigrant advocate group Sin Fronteras Nuevo Mexico.  Members of the group will be hosting a bake sale Friday (Feb. 7) to raise money for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy renewals and to continue supporting the efforts to help families at the border.  more
Dear Dr. Ted: I know you have written many articles on anniversaries and holidays and how they can cause emotional angst. I guess I have another one. I had a major accident last year that almost took my life and I am sad in the fact that I will never be the same again. I have also had difficulties walking through this year as I don't know how anniversaries and different stimuli are going to affect me. Does this seem common? Thanks, Meagan more
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The ebb and flow of animals at Stray Hearts Animal Shelter is reported to the Taos News each week. Curious how many dogs or cats are being held in the facility? more
Walking through the doors of Trauma and Recovery Center in El Prado, one is faced with two rows of pottery wheels. Stroll past the clay vessels, dog- and dragon-like creatures peeking from the shelves, and you arrive in another room filled with hand drums. more
A detox center is coming for Taos County, said Lawrence Medina, director of Río Grande Alcoholism Treatment Program - but Taoseños may have to wait a bit longer for a local facility to open its doors. more
Roger Montoya, an Española artist who was honored in 2019 as a CNN "Hero" for his innovative work helping Northern New Mexico youth process trauma through the arts, has announced his candidacy for the New Mexico House of Representatives. more
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