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School board candidates answer questions about Feb. 7 race

Voters — that is, those who actually show up and vote on Election Day — can have an impact on politics at all levels. Though the gargantuan presidential race of 2016 has come and gone, … more

Martinez signs budget-balancing measures

Gov. Susana Martinez signed three bills Jan. 31 to balance the state’s budget, taking about $46 million from the reserves of public schools. But she vetoed cuts to an economic development … more

State organic certification program withering amid funding drought

Satisfying consumer demand for organic products in New Mexico is an expanding industry, but the state program responsible for inspecting and certifying organic farms is withering financially. The … more

Education chief pushes change in teacher evaluations

State Public Education Secretary Hanna Skandera said Jan. 30 she will push for legislation to reduce the weight that student test scores carry in teacher evaluations. Skandera’s announcement … more

Lace it up and get outside: Discover the ins and outs of snowshoeing in the Taos area

The sun is out. The snow is deep. It is time to snowshoe! As the snow continues to accumulate, hiking can become more difficult. But if you have snowshoes, you can still get outside to enjoy the … more

Eagle Nest father arrested for baby's death

Nearly a year after the Colfax County Sheriff's Office began investigating the death of an eight-month old baby in Eagle Nest, the department has announced the arrest of Eagle Nest resident Mariano … more

Taos' El Monte Sagrado has a new executive chef

Cristina Martinez has joined the El Monte Sagrado Resort & Spa in Taos as its new executive chef.  Martinez, a Native New Mexican, opened her own catering company at 18 years old, … more

Balderas, 15 AGs denounce Trump order

New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas joined 15 other attorneys general from around the country to blast President Donald Trump’s executive order placing both temporary and permanent bans … more

Arts of gold

The art of fashioning love out of metal and stone is the tour de force of Taos jewelers Gail Golden and David B. Anderson. They carve their custom-made life of marriage and a thriving business partnership out of the culturally rich foothills of Northern New Mexico’s Taos. more

New Mexico tourism chief: No funds to grow ad campaign

The New Mexico True campaign that has won raves for its advertisements spotlighting the state’s culture, people and natural resources cannot expand into new markets because of the same budget … more
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