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Paul Lucero reaches into the breast pocket of his Carhartt overalls and pulls a cigarette from a pack of Salems as he argues with a neighbor over farming techniques. “You’ve got to babysit this damn barley is what you got to do,” Lucero … more
The top budget executive for Gov. Susana Martinez on Nov. 16 disputed a contention by some state lawmakers that New Mexico continues to run a deficit, saying there actually was a small surplus in the general operating fund as of this week. Duffy … more
New Mexico has added 441 physicians during the last three years with the growth of Obamacare, but the ranks could thin because the state also has the highest percentage of doctors in the nation older than 60, according to a new study. The … more
In Trinidad, Colorado, revenue from eight recreational cannabis shops is paving streets and helping refurbish downtown apartments. Across the state in De Beque, nearly a quarter of the town’s general fund comes from marijuana sales tax. In Log … more
Many Democrats in the state Legislature say House Minority Leader Brian Egolf of Santa Fe likely will be the next speaker of the House, but he’s not the only one running for the job. Rep. Bobby Gonzales, D-Taos, a 22-year member of the House, … more
If you're looking for a job in the Taos area, an event this week might be of interest. The "Taos & Enchanted Circle Business Expo & Job Fair" is scheduled for Nov. 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sagebrush Inn & Suites. Susan Cady, executive … more
Residents and visitors in Taos on the weekend of Sept. 23-25 had the option to experience the unique outdoor art festival — The PASEO. Organizers say there were 21 art installations — and a number of gallery-sponsored presentations — viewed … more
This and the previously discussed leader characteristics in this column certainly overlap. Unique dynamics and foci also exist within each characteristic. Within this series, have you identified where you personally and professionally connect with … more
Outreach coordinator Veronica Reyes was busy as ever Friday as she scheduled appointments for individuals and families to come to the health insurance exchange office off Rodeo Road in Santa Fe to talk with an expert about their enrollment … more
During the daylong Community Against Violence (CAV) Radiothon in October, 400 people from Taos took the mic and called in on air to tell their community about what had happened to them — and how CAV made a difference in their lives. Highlighting … more
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