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Certified 'True' campaign helps businesses increase visibility, bottom line

State tourism departments are assigned a big task: drive visitors to cities, towns and attractions, where tourist dollars can spur the economy. When they're successful, local businesses get a boost from increased sales. more

Next project for Kit Carson? Small cells, better cell coverage

Frustrated with uneven cell service in Northern New Mexico? Kit Carson Electric Cooperative officials are working to find a solution: small cells. more

Río Grande Alcoholism Treatment Program: Return to a good and healthy life

For nearly four decades, Río Grande Alcoholism Treatment Program has been the first stop on the way to recovery for Norteños struggling with addictions to alcohol and/or drugs. However, ask most Taoseños about Río Grande ATP, and you will get a … more

Faced with possible closure, Coffee Spot crew gets creative

On a Sunday morning in late 2016, Greg Preisch unlocked the front door of The Coffee Spot and switched on the lights, illuminating employee-made artwork hanging on employee-painted walls. Within … more

5 Star Burgers celebrates 10 years in Taos

Bob Gontram came to Taos to retire. That didn't last long. The long-time restauranteur, who said he had opened about 165 eateries before landing in … more

Cid’s touts 30 years of Taos connection ­— expansion plans include alcohol

Taos’ oldest independent, natural and organic food store — Cid’s Food Market — is celebrating its 30th year in business. The store has become a fixture for serious local foodies and health-conscious tourists alike. It’s probably the … more

Staying afloat when winter’s over

While the snowpack melts and many stores temporarily close their doors after the boom of ski season, a few stragglers at Taos Ski Valley keep the lights on and the energy going in the empty village … more

Business Brief: Burt & Company buys TaosCPA

Burt & Company CPAs, one of New Mexico's largest CPA firms, has acquired TaosCPA. The company has formed a new entity, Burt Taos CPAs, which is a wholly owned … more

Business brief: New Mexico's first Cabela's opens

Cabela's celebrated the grand opening of its first New Mexico store Sept. 21 in Albuquerque. The grand opening lasted all weekend and featured a Cabela's Outdoor Fund grant presentation to Bernalillo … more

Employers have duty to stop employees who harass co-workers online

Employers who fail to protect employees from a co-worker's racist, sexist or otherwise derogatory and defamatory comments on social media platforms can find themselves on the losing end of a workplace harassment lawsuit. Case law on work-related … more
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