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Local herbalist hosts traditional healing workshops

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

It takes a village: charter schools collaborate

Isn't it great when schools join forces and kids work together to do great activities, such as go on field trips and make new friends? Well, recently they did just that … more

N.M. cuts to higher ed funding among steepest

New Mexico is among the states that have seen the steepest reductions in higher education spending since the national recession, a new report says, investing nearly a third less per student … more

Educating adults has payoff for their kids

    About 3 percent of the thousands who need help learning get access>Educating adults has generational payoff Publication … more

Three finalists named for top post at UNM-Taos

University of New Mexico officials have announced three contenders in the search for the next CEO of Taos’ community college. Dr. Kate O’Neill, who for 10 years served as CEO of … more

That's how the cookie crumbles ... for TISA 4th graders

Research, collaboration, engineering, energy, design and deliciousness were all on the plate for TISA fourth graders as they prepared for their Solar Oven Cookie Baking Contest, which … more

Taos school district recognizes Indigenous People's Day

The Taos Municipal Schools Board of Education decided to adopt a cultural change to their calendar during their regular Tuesday (Dec. 12) meeting. The district will officially be recognizing … more

Prep basketball Española girls coach on leave

Española Public Schools placed Española Valley head girls basketball coach Johnny Abeyta on leave, pending an investigation by the district, Superintendent Bobbie Gutierrez confirmed … more

An A Team player brings his A chess game

Looking out the window on his way to school, Taos Academy student Orion Forest Joseph is always thinking of his next move.Quiet moments … more

Pancake breakfast supports Newspapers in Education

Enjoy a great breakfast and support Newspapers in Education by purchasing a ticket to the "Short Stack for a Tall Cause" pancake breakfast Saturday (March 3) in Taos to benefit Newspapers in Education. The breakfast takes place from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at St. James Episcopal Church, 208 Camino de Santiago at Gusdorf Road. more
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