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The state Supreme Court issued an opinion Monday (May 22) reinforcing the First Amendment rights of New Mexico citizens to petition their government without fear of retaliation in the form of civil … more
In one of the most well-attended meetings in recent history, parents and potential students of Moreno Valley High School made the case for athletics during the May 3 governing council meeting at … more
This is a time of year for change. We wake up every day to new growth in our natural world and surroundings. And springtime brings the end of a school year, graduations and new starts. We celebrate all of it!Bridges Project, too, is in the midst of … more
Taos Art Museum at Fechin House is teaming up with gardeners to offer outdoor educational programs for children and adults this summer.On Sundays from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., visitors can tour the "Fechin Food Forest." The museum, in partnership with … more
While the Trump administration makes moves to scrutinize and potentially undo some national monuments, the top brass at the U.S. Department of the Interior has canceled upcoming public meetings in Taos and across the country. more
Like many students at the University of New Mexico-Taos, Amanda Cantu is the first in her family to graduate from college. Finally walking across the stage at the 2017 commencement ceremony Friday … more
The Questa Independent Schools Board of Education met in a three-hour executive session Tuesday night (May 9) in part to discuss the district superintendent's evaluation, but no decision on changing her … more
Despite the state budget battle between New Mexico's governor and lawmakers that's left higher education caught in the middle, local educators at the University of New Mexico-Taos are conducting their … more
David Chavez, a lifelong Taoseño and member of the Taos School Board, has been elected to California Institute of Technology's board of trustees. more
“Converging Worldviews: Lakota Cosmology Meets Particle Physics,” a two-day workshop for students, was all about bringing together ways of understanding the world that might seem at odds at first glance: art and science, indigenous and Western thinkings, a Switzerland-based physicist and a Sicangu Lakota cultural specialist and water protector. more
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