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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

CCC students step toward big goals

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

Questa school board struggles with budget shortfall, considers cuts

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

On education, Pearce stresses local input

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

Maldonado makes dean's list

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

State to rewrite science proposal

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

Questa school board delays meeting

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

Scores decry new science standards

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

TMS board challenges state over science curriculum changes

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

PED proposes education changes

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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