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If your small business or nonprofit has taken a direct hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan from the U.S. … more
During his 27 years in business, financial adviser Billy Knight has weathered Black Monday [Oct. 19] in 1987, the invasion of Kuwait in 1990, the Asian financial crisis of 1997, the bursting of the dot-com bubble in 2000 and the recession of 2008-09. more
As the state braces for a potential COVID-19 medical crisis, New Mexico's rural hospitals have taken a severe financial blow and are worried about their futures under federal guidelines and a state order to forgo elective medical treatments, a primary source of their revenue.Most of New Mexico's hospitals already were suspending elective treatments with the aim of creating more bed space in intensive care units and shifting personnel to emergency teams to battle the pandemic. more
Taos Ski Valley Mayor Christof Brownell is discouraging visitors from coming to the village of Taos Ski Valley to help slow the spread of COVID-19. In an executive order signed Friday (March 27), the village is asking visitors not to enter the valley until the end of the emergency. In addition, Brownell has ordered all nonmedical businesses to close for the time being. more
MVD to waive late fees Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham issued an order Monday (March 30) waiving most late fees and other penalties assessed by the Motor Vehicle Division since March 11, when she first … more
An open letter to Governor Michelle Lujan-Grisham and House Speaker Brian Egolf. more
A key New Mexico lawmaker on budgetary matters said state revenue could fall short of projections by $1.5 billion to $2 billion amid the COVID-19 pandemic and low oil prices - a bigger hole than legislators anticipated just two weeks ago. more
The Coronavirus continues to impact our daily lives and business operations. Like so many local businesses we have come up with alternative ways to conduct business while still supporting the social distancing initiative. more
Thank You to Our Taos Community for Being Responsible During This Trying Time! While the brick-and-mortar store is temporarily closed in accordance with COVID-19 response guidelines, Bryans … more
If your small business or nonprofit has taken a direct hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration.  When you apply for an EIDL, you can also request an emergency advance of $10,000, which will be disbursed within three business days of approval and does not need to be repaid under any circumstances.  more
"Once the coronavirus hit the news media, and people started to get weird, as the toilet paper flew off the shelves, so did our guns." So said Michael Holley, owner of Gunslingers at 308 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, in a Monday (March 23) interview. more
If your small business or nonprofit has taken a direct hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration.       more
If you haven't yet filed your tax return for taxable year 2019, you can now breathe a little easier. Both the United States and New Mexico governments have now extended the deadline for filing and paying to July 15. more
You’ve got staff who need the work, food that will go bad, overhead that adds up whether you serve customers or not. But do you want to risk being implicated in the spread of Covid-19? It’s a tough call to make. more
On March 11, 2020, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham declared in Executive Order 2020-004 that a public health emergency exists in New Mexico. Taos Pueblo has also declared a public health emergency and is … more
Restaurants and bars in New Mexico will be limited to half their maximum number of customers beginning at 9 a.m. Monday (March 16) under a new directive issued by  state Health Secretary Kathy Kunkel in another effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. more
Bet you don't think much about the state Office of the Superintendent of Insurance. Yet most people who work, or have a home, car or insurance policy are affected by what happens at a state agency that regulates all things insurance - from licensing brokers and agents to writing the insurance rules to fielding consumer grievances. more
Tax season is here, and it won't go away. Time to face the music. You may be one of the gleeful 79 percent who expect a refund this year - or may already have received one. With all the e-filing platforms available today, many are receiving refunds in 10 days or less. more
Note: Originally scheduled for March 12, this event has moved to Friday, March 13, same time and location. more
A bill reinstating a tax credit for homeowners who install solar panels is headed to the governor's desk for her signature. more
This week: an early-stage outdoor recreation business "launchpad" event; a 'True Hemp' education forum; and 'Body and Skin Taos' expands services. more
The New Mexico Senate on Wednesday (Feb. 12) approved a $76 million investment in the state Public Employees Retirement Association in a move to get the pension system on … more
After four hours of public comment, and with more people waiting to speak, the Taos County Planning and Zoning Commission voted Wednesday night (Feb. 12) to continue a hearing on a proposed Family Dollar in El Prado.  more
The Taos County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on a proposed Family Dollar store in El Prado. The proposed store is again generating controversy between supporters and those who think a Family Dollar Store doesn't belong in the location. more
What you need to know about Narcan and how to administer it: more
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