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A preview of some of the meetings and issues around Taos County and the Enchanted Circle coming up this week. Monday (March 25)The Taos town council will hear an update on Taos finances and … more
The Taos Special Olympics' annual fundraiser, March Madness basketball tournament, was held at Taos High School on Saturday (Mar. 30). more
Questa voters voiced loud and clear dissatisfaction with the governance of their schools yesterday, electing two new members by landslide majorities to replace incumbents Daryl Ortega and Ellis Garcia. more
Board Vice President Matt Ortega cast the only vote to retain Salazar in the position. more
When New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced last week that all K-12 schools in the state would close for at least three weeks to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, districts faced a big challenge: how to help students who need food. more
Taos County schools are gearing up for graduation. Below are the dates and times of area graduations. High School Equivalency ceremony, Thursday (May 9), 6 p.m., Sagebrush Inn and Conference … more
On a quiet Friday afternoon in the drama class at Angel Fire's Moreno Valley High School, a group of boys clustered around a computer scanning images for inspiration to create the large puppet face for a character known as "Cancer" in the dramatic/comedic musical "Dani Girl." more
Regis Pecos has served as both lieutenant governor and governor of Cochiti Pueblo and was a member of the tribal council for more than 30 years. He is chief of … more
Editor's note: Communities nationwide are trying to crack the same nut: how to narrow the achievement gap between rich and poor kids. Pensacola, Fla., became one of … more
Some new education resources available as of this week: more
With little debate, the state Senate on Saturday voted 39-2 to approve a measure to create a new Early Childhood Education and Care Department, which would oversee all programs for infants and young … more
After less than six months on the job, New Mexico Public Education Secretary Karen Trujillo has been removed from her position, according to a press release issued by … more
An estimated 400 mourners came with full hearts Tuesday evening (Sept. 10) to DeVargas Funeral Home to express their love for, and poignant memories of, a young … more
Prospects for children in New Mexico are the worst in the nation, according to newly released data that rank states across 16 measures of child well-being. more
On Thursday (March 14) Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed Senate Bill 407 into law which allows tribal colleges in New Mexico to receive money from the lottery … more
The Questa Independent School District is in shambles.It has gone through four superintendents and a couple of interims in five years.The most recent, Michael Lovato, was only there for seven months … more
A local Taos woman whose body was found on Dolan Street early Wednesday morning (Dec. 18) has been identified as Peggy Stall, a retired educator who had spent her career teaching students in Taos County. She was 71 years old. more
The Taos Municipal Schools board will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday (June 18) at 6 p.m. at the Taos Municipal School administration building for a regular meeting. During the meeting the board will vote to … more
The photo challenge in our fifth week of challenges was a big success. More than 30 students from schools in Taos and Questa, from first grade to 12th grade, submitted their photos. Scroll through them here or pick up a copy of the print version in Taos News nso you can see the beautiful layout.  more
As of 9 a.m. Wednesday (Feb. 6) the Taos County Clerk's office reported votes were still being tallied for the two mill levy mail in vote and that no official results were available. Ballots were … more
The University of New Mexico-Taos Advisory board will meet Tuesday, (Sept.) 18 from 4 - 5 p.m. at Arroyos Del Norte Elementary School, 405 Hondo Seco Road in Arroyo Seco. For further information … more
After canceling a pair of programs designed to help struggling public school students catch up, the state Public Education Department is reinstating the cheaper of the … more
Taos High students took on challengers from across the state to bring home prizes and scholarships in the annual Supercomputing Challenge and state Botball Tournament. Taos High teacher Tracy … more
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