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The gap between the rich and the poor continued to widen in New Mexico in 2015, with the top 5 percent of households earning an average of $254,096 and the bottom 20 percent making an average of $17,064, according to a new study. Income … more
Cyberspace may not be a tax haven for New Mexico shoppers much longer. As bipartisan support grows among state lawmakers for tax collections on internet sales to bring in more revenue and help level the playing field for local businesses, major … more
State Taxation and Revenue Secretary Demesia Padilla has resigned in the wake of allegations of wrongdoing. State investigators served a search warrant Wednesday at tax department offices for personal and business income-tax records for Padilla … more
Both men involved in a fight at Kit Carson Electric Cooperative in Taos last month are now facing criminal charges related to the incident. Cristobal Duran and Virgil Martinez — both members of the co-op board of trustees — were in a physical … more
Put a New York City/Hong Kong whiz kid together with the limitless beauty of painter A. C. Ward and you get a whammo marketing concept bigger than both of them. Namely, Anee Ward & Co., a design house and fine art gallery located in El Prado, just … more
For nearly four decades, Río Grande Alcoholism Treatment Program has been the first stop on the way to recovery for Norteños struggling with addictions to alcohol and/or drugs. However, ask most Taoseños about Río Grande ATP, and you will get a … more
Southwest Wellness Center, the only legal medical cannabis grower in Taos, is set to open a storefront dispensary in early 2017. The nonprofit is in the process of building out a series of outdoor greenhouses to complement an indoor growing … more
For the second year in a row, a national online financial publication has named New Mexico as the worst-run state in the nation. The New York-based 24/7 Wall St., which has ranked the best and worst-run states for the past seven years, … more
Video footage of an altercation between two Kit Carson Electric Cooperative board members shows the men shoving each other until one falls to the ground and the other punches him while he’s down. That description comes from the Taos Police … more
On a summer morning at the Enchanted Grounds Espresso Bar and Cafe in this quaint but dilapidated Northern New Mexico town, owner Katie Feldman greeted her usual eclectic blend of customers. The Raton police chief and a couple of officers stopped … more
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