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Mathew Ortega has again won a seat on the Questa school board in the only contested race in the district. Ortega garnered 307 votes over incumbent Joel C. Flory’s 212 votes and newcomer … more
One of the biggest issues facing state lawmakers during the 60-day legislative session is filling the $70 million gap in New Mexico’s budget. And in a repeat of last year’s solvency … more
At the last school board meeting of 2016, tribal administrators with Taos Pueblo requested a spot on the Taos School Board that would amount to more than a “mascot.” Even with the annual transition in the Taos Pueblo administration, school … more
Jeff Carr, a Taos teacher and eight-year member of the state’s elected education commission, will run for lieutenant governor of New Mexico in 2018. Carr, a Democrat, said in his Dec. 5 announcement that he would “endeavor to serve the people … more
Even though students in Questa missed 11 days of school during a water outage caused by issues with the village’s municipal well, school officials are hoping the state will grant a waiver so the district will not have to readjust the school … more
With three races on tap for the Questa school board, the Feb. 7 election could mean old faces again have a majority on the board. Jose Lavato, Questa school board president, is the the only candidate to file for his seat, while Tammy Jaramillo, … more
The Taos International School has become a candidate for international baccalaureate status. Our first commitment to empowering students was to create a student council. Aleana Concha is our vice president; Bethany Celestino is secretary, with … more
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