On Sept. 15, New Mexico First convened small, nonpartisan citizen town halls, to identify the biggest concerns facing participants’ communities – with partic...
Food Pantry Top 10 List
Our top ten list of food pantry needs is update monthly.
This Is What A Feast For 5,000 Made From Food Waste Looks Like
A small brigade of volunteers chopped up thousands of pounds of vegetables that might otherwise have landed in the dump. Celebrity chefs helped whip it into a meal tasty enough to get crowds to care.
Dirty John Recap: Escape Routes
Debra reveals she may not be quite as passive as she seems — and not a moment too soon.
Ann Taylor, Dress Barn, Loft, Lane Bryant: Store closures on the way
Get ready for more "closing sale" signs in the windows of your local retailers.
How Chiropractic Helps Trigger Finger
Stenosing tenosynovitis, also known as “trigger finger,” is a repetitive strain injury that is one of the most common injuries in the workplace. It is marked by one finger or thumb that is stuck in a bent position and pops or snaps when straightened. It is caused by an inflamed or irritated flexor tendon. AsRead More
How to Communicate Effectively with Intellectually Disabled Adults
12 Tips to Communicate Effectively with Adults with Intellectual Disabilities Some people with intellectual impairments have trouble comprehending complicated language and revealing their feelings and thoughts orally. While someone with an intellectual disability may have specific thought processes, communication abilities, and learning styles that are different from your own, there are plenty of steps you can take to help foster effective communication Here are 12 tips to facilitate proper communication and strengthen communication levels with someone who has an intellectual disability Since it takes two people to communicate effectively, take responsibility to ensure you are doing everything to make yourself understood. Also, be sure you understand the person correctly to reduce the chances of confusion. Check…
Why Shopping at Thrift Stores Rules
During tough economic times, we all have to cut corners. Unfortunately, for people like me who you know, like to look good out in public, it's impossible...
Tribes Fight Over What Could Be Obama’s Last Monument
Native Americans disagree over whether the president should use the Antiquities Act to make Bears Ears, 1.9 million acres in Utah, a national monument.
Chicago's 10 Oldest Hot Dog Stands Have Stayed Within Families For Decades
No-frills food, efficient service and charm define these neighborhood fixtures.
How A Northland Coalition Is Helping Seniors Stay Balanced
Here’s a sobering stat: one-third of seniors 65 and older fall every year . Everyone is susceptible to falls. People of all ages trip, stumble and bump