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Do you know that stereotypes, myths and stigma can keep people from getting help for mental illness? TISA middle schoolers know. On Feb. 7, Brenda Steele, a certified peer support worker, made her … more
On Feb. 11, the third-, fourth- and fifth-graders from Taos Integrated School for the Arts went to Yu Garden for a Chinese New Year lunch. Megan Bowers Avina has been bringing her class to Yu Garden … more
Our columnist encourages all those considering postsecondary education to plan ahead, especially high school juniors. Here are simple steps juniors can take now... more
The Taos Civil Air Patrol spread their wings at the recent Taos High School Taos Connect: College/Transition/Career Fair on Wednesday (Feb. 13). Students flocked to the Civil Air Patrol booth … more
The Taos News is hosting a pancake breakfast Saturday (Nov. 2) from 8 a.m. to noon to raise funds for Newspapers in Education. The breakfast takes place at St. James Episcopal Church, 208 Camino De Santiago (at Gusdorf), Taos. more
Taos High School hosted one of their largest fairs of the year with the 2019 Taos Connect: College/Transition/Career Fair. The fourth annual event brought over 80 exhibitors to the Taos High … more
On average, the Taos Public Library has 10,000 people walk through its front doors each month. more
Since 2004, the program has been bringing in artists in the community to help mentor the students in the schools and teach them more about the various arts more
The mail in election for the continuance of the two mill levy vote passed in two of the three Taos County districts. more
While a couple of inches of snow blanketed the Taos Valley, Taos area schools are on a regular schedule today (Feb. 7). 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
If you're like me, a world without polar bears would be pretty lame. Right now these big animals are in danger from climate change, aka global warming. more
Question: As a kid, what do you think of climate change and what should we do about it? more
Nature is a joyful thing, like when we go skiing or take a hike. Other times, it’s super scary, like during a bad storm. And the environment is always changing, meaning we can always learn new … more
Materials needed: Epic snowfall, plastic bucket, lots of time and proper outdoor wear (gloves, big jacket, hat, scarf and snow boots). more
The trapeze and fabrics move through the space rapidly as the students prepare for their upcoming performances in March. more
Garbology is the study of garbage. Where does all of our garbage go after we throw it away? more
Some of the rise in water is caused by glaciers melting. Glaciers are melting faster because the atmosphere is getting hotter and hotter from the greenhouse gas emissions. This is mostly humans' fault. more
What is the Two-Mill Capital Improvements Levy (SB 9), and why is it important? … more
About once a month, snow rangers hike, ski and snowshoe their way to the tops of the mountains in Northern New Mexico. They have a … more
Urijah is one of the first students from Questa to represent Taos County in the state bee. more
Ninth grade, 4.0: Koey Cox, Alicia Weathers, Michelle Weathers... more
This has been ongoing for several years, and this current vote is a mere continuance of the levy that has been in place. more
In 2018, Anansi was designated a Blue Ribbon School by U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for the school's academic achievement and progress. more
Seventy-five students entered in this year's fair with a wide variety of project topics and themes. more
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