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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

Questa High School student nominated for conference

Sierra Cisneros, a sophomore at Questa High School, was selected to be a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders scheduled for June 25-27 in Lowell, Massachusetts.The congress is an honors-only program for high school students who want to … more

Students present ‘Trump vs. Kahlo’ and more

This weekend Metta Theatre/ Metta Young Artists is pleased to host the Vista Grande High School Dramatic Arts Class student production of three hilarious plays... more

Girls Scouts embark on an adventure with a brand-new Taos troop

There is a new Girl Scouts of the United States of America troop in the town of Taos: Troop 10684. The troop is seeking girls to participate in … more

Kinney earns Eagle Scout honors with horticulture projects

Rowan Kinney of Taos Boy Scout Troop 98 completed the requirements to earn the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in Scouts, on November 12, 2017. He received the award on December 23, in a Court … more

Sabinoso Wilderness unlocked

A rugged patch of Northern New Mexico wilderness protected by federal law but inaccessible to the public is now within reach. more

Taos school district addresses safety

In an effort to keep the schools up-to-date with safety precautions, Taos Municipal Schools has taken several measures this past year to update its safety … more

Taos teacher gains fellowship

Behind the doors of the biology and forensics classroom at Taos High School, veteran teacher Carla Chavez is cooking something up for her students and for … 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

Cordova v. Cline: Citizens win

The state Supreme Court issued an opinion Monday (May 22) reinforcing the First Amendment rights of New Mexico citizens to petition their government without fear of retaliation in the form of civil … more
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