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"I was hopping from place to place. Every morning, they'd be like, 'Yo, you got to go,' so I'd go find a place to stay. I was getting hurt so many times. It was getting old," said 16-year-old Nathalie Chacon. more
Featured TALPA LIBRARY is now taking hardback and paperback book donations in good condition. The free Summer Reading Program is June 1-July 31, and children may now be registered for it. The library is also taking fabric donations for the free … more
NewBIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS provides mentoring relationships for boys and girls ages 5-18 through school- and community-based programs. For about an hour a week, volunteers have the opportunity to change the life of a child for the better. Call … more
NewCODEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS meets Fridays at noon at St. James Church, 208 Camino de Santiago. For details, call (575) 751-0164.DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP meets at Holy Cross Hospital's Diabetes Wellness Center, 1397 Weimer Road, the first Wednesday of … more
Veterans, active service men and women and their families gathered at Iglesia La Santísima Trinidad church in Arroyo Seco this morning to honor their fallen brothers and sisters in arms for … more
Courtesy photo Kat “the unicorn” is ready to greet visitors during a Saturday (May 27) open barn at Equine Spirit Sanctuary in Taos.      By Ruth … more
Habitat for Humanity in Taos is finishing an adobe house for a family currently and will start another one soon. They had volunteers from all across the United States helping on a recent Women Build … more
Sparks flew and the smell of hot metal drifted across the yard at the Taos County Sheriff's Office Saturday afternoon (May 20) as more than 40 firearms turned in … more
In my last column, I wrote about red flags that signal potential sexual abuse by other adults toward your kids. This week, I revisit how parents can make sure their child's summer activities, including faith-based, day or overnight camp, are as safe … more
Field Institute of Taos, a longtime local nonprofit organization serving youth in Taos, has moved operations to the former Waldorf school property at 9 D. Ben Romero Road in El Prado.The new Field Institute of Taos Base Camp will be the hub of … more
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