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Stuck at the bottom: Why New Mexico fails to thrive

For almost 30 years, New Mexico has maintained an iron grip on the bottom rung of key rankings.   more

Births at Holy Cross Hospital – December 2017

The record of December 2017 births, provided by Holy Cross Hospital. more

New Mexico State University hosts diabetes classes

Adults with diabetes can learn how to make healthy, delicious meals at a Kitchen Creations cooking school. The next one will begin at 12:30-3:30 p.m.  Feb. 27, March 6,13 and 20 at St. James … more

Commission on Disability: free training in Taos

The New Mexico Governor's Commission on Disability is hosting two days of free training in Taos. Presented by The Taos County Chamber of Commerce, the training is for all who serve the public and … more

Congress agrees to short-term funding fix

Update: Jan. 23, 7 a.m. Congress agreed to a three-week spending bill late Monday (Jan. 22), allowing the government to temporarily reopen today. A second federal shutdown could occur Feb. 8 unless a long-term spending bill is reached.
While lawmakers in Washington, D.C. wrangled Monday morning (Jan. 22) for a solution to reopen the federal government, local offices of national agencies were still trying to officially close their … more

A shot in the dark

It had been months since he had pulled the trigger, but Abe Gordon still couldn't find the words. He would play back the shooting in his head. The argument on the roadway in El Llano. The … more

Incarcerated by addiction

Addiction, in one form or another, has been a problem here in Northern New Mexico for generations. But as opioids have entered the lives of thousands of norteño families over the past two … more

Medicare's Hospital Compare website gives Holy Cross five-star rating

Have you wondered how your area hospitals stack up in terms of the quality of care they provide? more

Taos detainees talk addiction

Stephen Bunker, 36 “I grew up on the streets pretty much,” said Stephen Bunker inside the jail's B pod. Bunker spent his first years along the southern coast of Florida. His parents … more

Treating an epidemic

At the end of June, Abe Gordon walked out of the summer heat and into the Taos County Adult Detention Center, where his clients were starting to emerge from their cells. The women's pod was his … more
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