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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

Taos High School graduate earns award

Taos High School alumna Hannah Gunther earned the spring Dean's Award with distinction at Colgate University, which is awarded to students with a 3.6 or higher term average.Colgate University is a … more

Taos County women receive college scholarships

Jenae Romero and Yvette Whisenhunt are among five women to each receive $1,000 scholarships from MANA del Norte, a nonprofit organization working with Latinas in Northern New Mexico.Romero, who is … more

Education brief: Nursing program accredited at Northern

Española's Northern New Mexico College's associate degree nursing program has been awarded national accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.The national board gave … more

Eastern New Mexico University honors Healys

The foundation founded by Ed and Trudy Healy will be honored Oct. 7 as the 2017 philanthropist of the year by the Eastern New Mexico University Foundation and Alumni Association Awards at … more

TISA opens campus after six-year effort

After six years of being split between two locations, Taos Integrated School of the Arts cut the ribbon on its new campus Monday (Sept. 25) to begin a new era for the charter. more

D to A: Roots and Wings school raises state grade

With the release of the New Mexico Public Education Department school grades the past month, Roots and Wings Community Charter School in Lama has much to celebrate for the 2017 school year.The unique state … more

Taos Middle School honors emergency services personnel

In the spirit of remembrance, Taos Middle School welcomed first responders in the area to its second annual appreciation breakfast. This year's event honored the late Gerard Martinez, a Taos firefighter. … more

Two Questa students earn EMT scholarships

Two Questa students who make a long-haul trip to Roswell to study emergency services have received scholarships from the parents of an emergency medical technician killed in the line of duty.Raynelle Sanchez-Cordova, 35, and MaryAnn Ferguson, 45, … more
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