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N.M. expands teacher training to battle abuse

State prosecutors and law enforcement officials are working together to expand training to combat child abuse and human trafficking for schoolteachers and … more

UNM Taos graduates 2018 class

University of New Mexico-Taos celebrated their 2018 commencement ceremony Thursday and Friday, (May 10, 11) at the Sagebrush with 146 graduates from their associate degrees and certificate programs. more

Rancho Elementary celebrates literacy night Wednesday

Ranchos Elementary School will celebrate books and the written word Wednesday (May 9) during a Mad About Reading literacy night at the school's gymnasium. The event is from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. All … more

Two Taos seniors selected as Daniels Scholars

Each fall the Daniels Scholars Program, founded by Bill Daniels, invites graduating high school seniors from Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming to apply for one of its competitive … more

Taos students score big in Supercomputing Challenge

Taos High School students did well at the New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge Expo April 23-24. Five Taos High teams competed against more than 55 other teams. Ten of the teams were finalists, and … more

Pecha Kucha: A community gathers to save water

On Sunday, (April 8) at 7 p.m. on a chilly spring eve at the Taos Community Auditorium, a group of four Taos Integrated School for the Arts … more

Questa students conquer the Spanish Bee, one goes on to state

Questa Independent Schools students Angelica Lovato and Alyana León emerged as the victors in the Questa District Spanish Spelling Bee on March … more

Schools talk safety

In response to community concerns, Taos Municipal Schools tackled the issue of student safety head on. more

Final days for Mobile Museum of everyday "artifacts" in Taos

The Paseo Project hosts its first artist-in-residence, Laurelin Kruse, founder of the Mobile Museum of American Artifacts, also called MMoAA. Throughout the month of April, Kruse has taken the Mobile … more

Taos High students win Los Alamos scholarships

Will (Jinpeng) Song of Taos High School is one of three Northern New Mexico graduating seniors to win money for college from the Los Alamos Employees' Scholarship Fund. more
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