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UNM-Taos Integrative Massage Therapy program graduates 10 students

The University of New Mexico-Taos is pleased to announce its 2017 graduating class in a Certificate in Integrative Massage Therapy. The program prepares the students to enter into the field of medical massage. These 10 students are now prepared to … more

Taos Day School celebrates end of summer program

Nearly 60 students enrolled in Taos Day School’s summer program celebrated the end of their summer experience Tuesday (July 25) by combining several of the lessons learned during the program … more

MANA del Norte college scholarships available for Hispanic women

MANA del Norte is accepting scholarship applications for the 2017-18 academic year. Applicants must be a resident of one of the following New Mexico counties: Los Alamos, Mora, Río Arriba, Santa Fe, San Miguel or Taos. This year, five $1,000 … more

UNM-Taos hosts digital media arts mixer

The University of New Mexico-Taos Digital Media Arts program is hosting a mixer and camera giveaway for prospective students to learn about the growing industry and opportunities at the local community college. more

Multimillion-dollar question hangs over school funding case

As Stan Rounds sat in the witness chair in a Santa Fe courtroom last week, he pondered for a moment. A plaintiff's lawyer had just asked him one of the most vexing questions surrounding a court battle over whether New … more

UNM Taos CEO completes first week

A new semester brings new faces at UNM Taos as Patrick Valdez steps in to fill the position as Chief Executive Officer of the local University of New Mexico branch. After completing his first official full … more

Questa looks for new superintendent

Questa Independent School District has begun the search for a new superintendent following the resignation of Valerie Trujillo, who held the position for more than three years. Trujillo, the … more

Students bring Taos to D.C.

For some students, summer vacation means well-deserved time off from studies and school, but for members of Taos NanoTygers, summer is no excuse to put down the books. Taos High School sophomores … more

N.M. lags in helping kids with learning disabilities, report says

Denim Padberg, an 11-year-old Dixon boy who has become an advocate for kids with dyslexia, knows firsthand the effects of an unsupportive education system. A public school teacher’s comment … more

Talpa Community Center, Embudo library benefit from state grants

The Talpa Community Center and the Embudo Valley Library were among grant recipients from the New Mexico Children's Foundation.The 2017-18 grants were announced recently by Gary King, president of the foundation. They were among 39 organizations … more
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