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Was born in March 1942 in Newark, NJ and was the oldest of 4 children. The Cetrulo Family was well known for their high achievement in the sport of fencing, and Steve followed in the tradition. During his high school years, Steve and his cousin Gerald led their Barringer HS team to multiple NJ state and National Championships.

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Pursuing a college degree or vocational training is full of new opportunities and experiences. But  like any major transition, it comes with challenges. Some students are leaving home for the …

December 15, 1946 - December 2, 2021. Bonnie was the first child born to Leo F. and Margaretta (Bettie) B. Bonneau and the first grandchild on both sides of the family.

Left us entirely too soon on the evening of November, 23, 2021, after battling a long illness. 

Left us entirely too soon on the evening of November, 23, 2021, after battling a long illness. 

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Our mom, left this world peacefully on November 1, 2021.  She is predeceased by her former husband, our dad, Charles L Height and her siblings, Dorothy Daniel, Charles Ledbetter and Richard Ledbetter.

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Vista Grande High School (VGHS) invited Dr. Sharroky Hollie, the executive director of the nonprofit group Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching, for a lecture at the Taos Country Club on Oct. 6. …

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Being good at organization, connecting the dots and many things others aren’t exactly sure how to accomplish, often lands one with a vague title like “strategic support manager.” Such is the case for Anita Bringas, who currently holds the title at the University of New Mexico-Taos.

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Taos Academy High School senior Elliot Molz, 17, has been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist. He is the only student in Taos to receive this recognition, and there are approximately 16,000 semifinalists awarded the scholarship in the country. A total of 91 students in New Mexico are semifinalists.