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TAOS LIONS CLUB is looking for new members and volunteers. more
It's been over three months since the North Central New Mexico Veterans Transportation Network transported their first patient and the organization, known as VetRides, … more
DRIVERS NEEDED by the Road to Recovery program for cancer patients. Volunteer to drive people to their doctor and chemotherapy appointments. more
CODEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS meets Fridays at noon at St. James Episcopal Church, 208 Camino de Santiago, Taos. Call (575) 751-0164. more
Holy Cross Medical Center is surveying residents to find out about the current health needs in Taos County. The survey is conducted every three years, according to Gayle Martínez, the hospital's … more
As a consequence of the ongoing federal government shutdown, people participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) must submit renewals by Tuesday (Jan. 15) in order to receive … more
“This is a Teen-lead experiential program designed to improve trust building, listening skills, and better communication,” according to a PowerPoint presentation developed by the teens. more
Whatever the reason for postponing your retirement, you still need to consider Medicare as you approach your 65th birthday and qualify for the health care coverage. more
Week after week since Nov. 1, generous Taoseños have dropped off donated socks, coats, hats and many other goods into Taos Men's Shelter boxes left inside by the reception desk at The Taos News. … more
DRUG ADDICTS ANONYMOUS. Hopeless, desperate and done? We meet at 7 p.m. Thursday nights in the Rio Grande Alcohol Treatment Program conference room, 224 Cruz Alta Road, Taos. more
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