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Morgaine Witriol, a certified clinical herbalist and intuitive healer and Tonita Gonzales, a traditional healer, herbalist and acupuncturist, are hosting a two-day workshop Saturday and Sunday (Nov. … more
University of New Mexico-Taos students in the Northern New Mexico Climate Change Corps were recognized at a recent event explaining all the benefits of the federally-funded program. more
The Questa Independent Schools Board of Education met Monday (Oct. 23) for a regular meeting in the Alta Vista gymnasium, in which public comments touched … more
In a marked contrast to Gov. Susana Martinez's administration, U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce said if he is elected governor, he will give school districts more local control … more
Melanie Maldonado, of Questa, was on the dean's list for High Point University in North Carolina for the spring 2017 semester. Students who make the dean's list have attained a 3.5 or higher GPA for … more
In a surprise turnaround, the state secretary of public education announced Tuesday night (Oct. 17) that his department will revise its controversial proposal for new science teaching standards, … more
The Questa Independent Schools Board of Education decided to postpone its regular Tuesday (Oct. 17) meeting and hold it at a larger venue after seeing the … more
It wasn't a traditional scientific experiment, but there was evidence that showed many New Mexicans do not want the state's proposed science standards.More than 200 … more
In a regular meeting Tuesday (Oct.10), the Taos Municipal Schools Board of Education voted 4-0 to accept a resolution drafted by school officials expressing their disapproval of the New Mexico Public Education Department's proposed changes to the state science standards. more
Imagine a world where high school science teachers are no longer required to teach their students of evolution and climate change. This is the future many … more
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