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As we look at our hands, we see a reflection of how we learn and how we love; how we contribute to our community and provide for ourselves and our families. 

The legendary educator Maria Montessori once said, “What the hand does the mind remembers.” From a child manipulating blocks to the novice plumber applying their new manual skills as they learn to become a journeyman, it starts with our hands.

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DEADLINE AUG 1: Teachers that owe student loans could receive up to $6,000 a year to help pay them off, thanks to the Teacher Loan Repayment Program at the New Mexico Higher Education Department.

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It's been more than two weeks since the Boy Scouts of America reached an agreement to pay $850 million to over 60,000 sexual abuse victims, and the BSA finally has some clarity on what will become of its crown jewel, the 147,000-acre Philmont Ranch.

In short, it's here to stay.

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The Taos International School recently announced its charter was extended for another five years by the New Mexico Public Education Department, and it has been authorized as an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School.

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We know our students are climbing out of a most unusual year – and this community-sponsored creative and caring support is an important investment in our future. It will reap gold.

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On Wednesday, June 23, the Taos Behavioral Health (TBH) SUCCESS program organized a special salute to the youth we have worked with over the past 17 months. From 9 to 11 a.m. the staff and students in the SUCCESS program passed out free burritos to students we have worked with, and additional students recommended by their schools.