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Following the New Mexico Public Education Commission’s decision not to renew the charter for the Taos International School, school director Nadine Vigil says … more
UNM-Taos' Klauer Campus was closed Friday (Jan. 5) due to a water main break, according to the university's student alert system. more
Applications for a New Mexico Humanities Council "regular grant" (over $2,000) to support humanities-related public programs are due Feb. 1. "It is important that you schedule a consultation no … more
A former employee of Northern New Mexico College who sued the school in 2015, accusing it of misspending federal funds and firing her... more
Sixth graders from the Taos Day School reached out to their community last week and gave a hand to those in need at the Taos Men's Shelter for the … more
Pueblo leaders are giving state Public Education Secretary Christopher Ruszkowski a history lesson – and calling for an apology... more
Pending a possible appeal, the Taos International School’s charter will not be renewed by the New Mexico Public Education Commission for the next school year... more
There is a new Girl Scouts of the United States of America troop in the town of Taos: Troop 10684. The troop is seeking girls to participate in … more
Christina Romero has nearly 25 years of experience as a public school teacher in Santa Fe. She can't imagine any other way to live. more
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas is joining his California counterpart in a lawsuit aimed at the Bureau of Land Management and the agency's decision to delay the full implementation of an … more
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