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Hotel Don Fernando returns to Taos in renovated glory

For over two years, the Hotel Don Fernando de Taos has sat vacant, waiting for the day when its doors can be opened. The wait is now over for tourists and … more

Celebrating a decade: Cool clothes are the muse at Substance of Taos

The owner of Substance of Taos, a women's clothing boutique in a beautifully renovated adobe building on Doña Luz in downtown, is quick to admit the … more

Flood destroys work by Project Runway finalist from Taos

Noted fashion designer Patricia Michaels planned to unveil a new collection for full-figured women at this year's Indian Market, Aug. 18-19.But her … more

Tax free weekend helps NM families

Computers, computer accessories, clothes and school supplies are just a few of the items families can purchase tax-free in New Mexico today through Sunday.   The list of items people can … more

Parse Seco raises $1,200 for DreamTree

Following a monthlong galley showing, Arroyo Seco art gallery Parse Seco raised over $1,200 for Taos' DreamTree Project to help at-risk teens."Let Them … more

A little off the top

Giving a new take on the traditional barbershop, Michael Timber opened his snipping business with one thing in mind: a more personable experience than only … more

Taos council accepts federal airport runway funds

During a Monday (July 30) special meeting, the town of Taos Council voted unanimously to accept a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration for the … more

Small businesses need to plan for disasters before they happen

Small businesses are attuned to the risks they face when material costs and interest rates start to rise and competitors make inroads into their market share, but they're not always conscious of less … more

Eagle Nest celebrates 4,000-panel solar array

Kit Carson Electric Cooperative officials and partners at Guzman Energy celebrated the launch of the latest solar array July 25 near Eagle Nest Lake. more

For contracts, New Mexico increasingly looks elsewhere

Billions of taxpayer dollars have flowed out of state since 2013 due to government purchases that are not filled -- or cannot be filled -- by New Mexico companies, a Searchlight New Mexico analysis … more
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