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State Library sends two new bookmobiles into rural New Mexico

For more than 60 years, New Mexico's State Library has sent thousands of books into rural towns via bookmobiles. Now two new bookmobiles are being dispatched to serve thousands of rural New Mexicans … more

Families should talk about dating violence

February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.This is a great opportunity to talk with the teens in your life about healthy relationships and red flags for abusive … more

Volunteer opportunities Feb. 22-28

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY seeks English-speaking and bilingual volunteers. Call (575) 751-8927.ANGEL FIRE'S MILITARY WINTERFEST needs volunteers to work as greeters and at the registration table. Feb. … more

January 2018 births at Holy Cross Hospital

Jan. 2 Gabriel Nicholas Covarrubias, born to Alisha Loretta Vasquez and Pedro Daniel Covarrubias. Jan. 4 Jazlynn Carlota Candelaria, born to Karly Ramirez and Joshua Angelo Candelaria. Jan. 5 Lloyd Winston … more

Support - Feb.22-28

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 24-hour hotline is (575) 758-3318.AL-ANON TAOS: Mondays, 5:30-6:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, Community Room; Tuesdays, noon-1 p.m., St. James Episcopal Church, 208 … more

Anuncios Feb. 22-28

Featured: DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE SWALLOWING? You may be eligible to participate in a research study in Taos.Do you often feel like food gets stuck in your throat? Do you often cough during and after … more

New Mexico fields growing number of medical marijuana cardholders

New Mexicann Natural Medicine, one of two licensed nonprofit producers and distributors of medical marijuana in Taos, celebrates three years in town this week. more

Holy Cross CEO covers payroll, seeks more cuts

Holy Cross Hospital CEO Bill Patten confirmed this week that there’s money in the bank to cover the next two pay periods at the financially troubled Taos hospital, but he’s hoping to hear … more

Pitching cannabis to treat opioid addiction to skeptical officials

New Mexico lawmakers injected a dose of political pressure Monday (Feb. 12) into an unwavering but so far unsuccessful effort to add opioid use disorder to the … more

Molina files protest over loss of Medicaid contract

Molina Healthcare of New Mexico said Monday (Feb. 5) it filed a protest with the state Human Services Department, challenging its loss of a contract to manage services for Medicaid recipients, … more
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