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Individuals sometimes change career positions for upward mobility. Recently, former Questa Independent School District Superintendent Valerie Lopez Trujillo joined this group and accepted the … more
Volume 23 of Pecha Kucha Night is planned Friday (July 28), 7-10 p.m., at the Martini Tree Bar, 6 Ernie Blake Road, in Taos Ski Valley. The event promises a night of diverse presentations from Taos creatives. more
As I am identifying management basics in this series, I must include the elements of empowerment. Since the late 1970s, when I started my study of empowerment, my understanding of empowerment has evolved and transformed. I now see the process of … more
Dear Ted: I recently had a cat die and have been devastated to the point of waves of tearful moments, depression and mini panic attacks. I am completely surprised by this and even ashamed by my behavior. I loved my cat and she was with me for a long time, but as people tell me, I can get another one - or they seem surprised and put out that I am having so many feelings. I feel I must be crazy. Am I? more
The state of New Mexico has fallen to No. 42 in CNBC's annual list of the best and worst states for business. That means the state is now in the bottom 10, dropping from 39 in 2016 and 24 in 2015. more
Whether it's a sole proprietorship or a multinational corporation, every New Mexico business needs an individual or group of people whose job it is to advise the owner or leadership team. Those advisers might be family members or mentors in the case … more
At this time of year, many young people are heading off to college or getting ready to move out on their own. For the first time, these newly independent young people will have freedom to make many life choices for themselves. One of the new experiences is likely to be easy access to lots of alcohol on and around campus and lots of pressure from friends to drink a lot of it. more
In June, Taoseño Tom Mavilia assisted Craig Saum and Ian Barbosa, both Carson National Forest rangers, with a group of volunteers who came to Taos from many towns and cities around New Mexico to spend their weekend maintaining the hiking trails that are such an integral part of life up here in Northern New Mexico. more
Valle Escondido will hold its annual fundraiser for Río Fernando Fire Department on Saturday (July 29). All proceeds go to the volunteer fire department that provides emergency services to Taos Canyon and the surrounding area. more
To wake up on a sunny morning at Trampas Lakes is to start the day amid some of the most glorious natural beauty in Northern New Mexico. The two lakes sit at the base of the towering Truchas Peaks, which extend beyond 13,000 feet in elevation. more
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