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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

Questa school board returns old guard

Mathew Ortega has again won a seat on the Questa school board in the only contested race in the district. Ortega garnered 307 votes over incumbent Joel C. Flory’s 212 votes and newcomer … more

Budget wrangling in Santa Fe leaves schools, county in tough spot

One of the biggest issues facing state lawmakers during the 60-day legislative session is filling the $70 million gap in New Mexico’s budget. And in a repeat of last year’s solvency … more

Taos schools begin work on solidifying Pueblo input

At the last school board meeting of 2016, tribal administrators with Taos Pueblo requested a spot on the Taos School Board that would amount to more than a “mascot.” Even with the annual transition in the Taos Pueblo administration, school … more

Taos teacher wants to be lieutenant governor

Jeff Carr, a Taos teacher and eight-year member of the state’s elected education commission, will run for lieutenant governor of New Mexico in 2018. Carr, a Democrat, said in his Dec. 5 announcement that he would “endeavor to serve the people … more

Questa schools request waiver on makeup days

Even though students in Questa missed 11 days of school during a water outage caused by issues with the village’s municipal well, school officials are hoping the state will grant a waiver so the district will not have to readjust the school … more

Questa school board races draw familiar names

With three races on tap for the Questa school board, the Feb. 7 election could mean old faces again have a majority on the board. Jose Lavato, Questa school board president, is the the only candidate to file for his seat, while Tammy Jaramillo, … more

Taos International School reports on community service work, other projects

The Taos International School has become a candidate for international baccalaureate status. Our first commitment to empowering students was to create a student council. Aleana Concha is our vice president; Bethany Celestino is secretary, with … more

Testing the wild waters of the Red River

Vista Grande High School’s science and math teacher David Kriegshauser, and his 11th graders, sampled water chemistry from the head of the Red River to the Rio Grande. With only the use of simple field journals and special data tracking … more

It takes a village — students support water protectors at Standing Rock

Taoseños came together to support a people and a cause very close to their hearts — Standing Rock's peaceful water protectors in North Dakota. The students in the fourth, fifth and eighth grades made banners and t-shirts in support of the … more
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