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The week famed for culinary delights is coming to Taos from March 10-17. You can view the list of participating restaurants at taos.newmexicorestaurantweek.com. more
Bill Hood, chairman of the TEN board, announced Fuhlendorf's selection. "Steve has been involved with the business community for many years, making him uniquely qualified to continue our mission... more
The Taos town council has scheduled a public hearing Feb. 12 at 4 p.m. at the town council chambers, 120 Civic Plaza Drive, to consider the transfer of ownership of two dispenser liquor licenses. One … more
State lawmakers will consider a plethora of House Bills affecting businesses in one way or another. Here's a look at a few that have been introduced so far. more
"Statistically most housekeepers are women and are already facing pay inequality and education inequality because many, many are immigrants." more
According a research study, when consumers know that a small business is a member of their local chamber of commerce, they are 44 percent more likely to think favorably of it. more
With an office right on Main Street in Red River, Karen Kelly runs KWK Events, her own business, as an event planner of weddings, reunions and corporate retreats. more
Hemp is in. After years of lobbying efforts, growing hemp has been approved in the Land of Enchantment. Applications are open for interested farmers and producers. The Continuous Hemp Production … more
Whitewater enthusiasts are already making waves -- because a deep snowpack on the Sangre de Cristo Mountains signals a good runoff in the Río Grande. more
Northern New Mexicans who are interested in helping their communities and the state progress and improve can apply for two of the nonpartisan Leadership New Mexico's programs - Core Program and … more
The KTAOS Solar Center and its liquor license are for sale. The long-time iconic entertainment and event venue just off State Road 150 in Upper Colonias, with stunning views of the Taos mountains, … more
"It's special to keep the family tradition living on [as a business]. We are a big family, all of us. That's how we treat each other and our guests." more
In terms of land, Los Alamos County is the smallest in New Mexico but the lab provides a big punch across the region. more
Jacquelene and Angelo McHorse, owners of Bison Star Naturals in Taos, sought the funds to launch a line of liquid jojoba and yucca root soap... more
The chamber is not a government agency, not funded by city governments nor are we part of the U.S. Chamber. more
Wumaniti Earth Native Sanctuary has been growing hemp in Taos County for awhile now, long before the federal government gave it the green light. more
Some are seeking greater state investment in bringing broadband to rural areas, equating broadband as infrastructure that is no different from highways – items a community may not be able to build alone. more
While individuals often take time to process their loss and rebuild their lives, business owners must react quickly to salvage customers and retain employees. more
The campaigning ended a couple of months ago, but Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham still seemed ready for a battle Tuesday as she gave her inaugural address. Speaking to about 1,200 supporters and … more
Centurylink internet services in Taos County have been largely restored since they went down Thursday morning (Dec. 27), but outages are still being reported in other portions of the United … more
Whether it’s ribbons or rusty pieces, the store stocks all the necessary supplies or artsy artifacts that can be used to make individual creations from stuffed snowmen to shrines. more
The Highlands program, which may go into effect as soon as March, allows nontraditional students who have earned bachelor’s degrees and have worked in certain careers to earn a teaching certificate. more
Gov.-elect Michelle Lujan Grisham on Dec. 21 picked the head of Albuquerque's film office to lead her administration's economic development agency when she takes over the state's top job Jan. 1. more
Throughout the day, across the country and around Taos County, angry business customers have tweeted about either closing their businesses or having their businesses negatively impacted by the lack of internet service. more
The Historic Taos Inn's liquor license is up for transfer to a Colorado-based luxury property management company. The transfer could also be an indication that the … more
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