Morgan Timms

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They strode through the predawn darkness hand in hand, toward the hospital. Past the sliding glass doors, a few lonely lights illuminated empty hallways. A fog of silence hung in the air. Jayme and John Serbell already knew which way to turn, which double doors to enter, which intercom to buzz.

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Dozens of decorated vehicles passing through the village of Taos Pueblo on Saturday (June 19) were greeted by cheering community members at each corner. Organized by the Taos Pueblo Education and Training Division, the drive-by celebration honored the achievements of 41 college, high school and eighth grade graduates. Taos Pueblo Governor Clyde Romero Sr. welcomed the crowd and congratulated graduates, followed by an invocation from War Chief Fred Romero and speeches from Tribal Secretary Dwayne Lefthand Jr. and Lt. War Chief Steven Archuleta. 

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Taos Pueblo Governor Clyde Romero Sr. congratulates UNM-Taos graduate Kona Mirabal Saturday (June 19) during Taos Pueblo's drive-by graduation…

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Harvard University graduate Arianna Romero waves from her vehicle Saturday (June 19) during Taos Pueblo's drive-by graduation celebration.

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Community members show support for graduates Saturday (June 19) during Taos Pueblo's drive-by graduation celebration.

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UNM-Taos graduate Kona Mirabal, center, celebrates with friends and family Saturday (June 19) during Taos Pueblo's drive-by graduation celebration.

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Tribal Secretary Dwayne Lefthand Jr. congratulates Jaden Concha, left, and Anthony Sandoval on their eighth grade promotions Saturday (June 19…

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Taos Pueblo Governor Clyde Romero Sr. addresses graduates and their families Saturday (June 19) during Taos Pueblo's drive-by graduation celeb…

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Hail Creek Drum Group performs an honor song Saturday (June 19) during Taos Pueblo's drive-by graduation celebration.

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