The computer virus that infiltrated the school district’s systems hit at 4 a.m. October 29th. Three hours later it was discovered at the entire system was shut down by the school’s information technology staff. These facts were spelled out in a news conference held by Interim Superintendent Karen Trujillo. TheRead More →

Elizabeth Groginsky, an education executive for the District of Columbia, won appointment Wednesday as New Mexico’s first Cabinet secretary for early childhood education — a critical job as the state ramps up spending on prekindergarten and other programs to prepare youngsters for school. Groginsky will be leaving her job asRead More →

The New Mexico Supreme Court is considering whether evidence of a genetic predisposition toward violence should have been allowed in the trial of a man convicted of murder in 2015. The Albq Journal is reporting Oral arguments were scheduled Monday in an appeal stemming from the conviction of Anthony BlasRead More →

This Thursday, November 7, at 11 a.m. Mountain Time, join Smokey Bear for a live webcast from Capitan, NM, near where he was found as an injured cub and returned to be buried many years later! This is a free event! Register now at www.SmokeyBearLIVE.org.  You can submit questions and participateRead More →