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Economic development council still a dream after years of recommendations

In February 1999, the Taos Town Council adopted a comprehensive plan that included a section on how to jump-start economic development. The jargony report called for the town to lead “formation of a centralized business resource and information … more

Amazon to charge gross-receipts tax on New Mexico-bound purchases

New Mexicans shopping on will soon find a state tax added on their bill. State officials said Monday the online retailer will begin collecting gross receipts tax on purchases … more

State of the arts

About 21 community members attended the second Taos Arts Council and ARTAOS roundtable discussion Tuesday (Sept. 12) from 6-8 p.m. at the Mural Room in the Historic County Courthouse, which is at 121 N. Taos … more

Rural economies get high on legal cannabis

In Trinidad, Colorado, revenue from eight recreational cannabis shops is paving streets and helping refurbish downtown apartments. Across the state in De Beque, nearly a quarter of the town’s general fund comes from marijuana sales tax. In Log … more

Two beauty experts converge under one roof at Yucca Plaza

If your New Year’s resolutions include taking better care of your skin, you might want to consider this Taos business. Missy’s Organic Skincare and Spa and Bella Pelle are two businesses under one roof that can help you achieve your … more

Getting Down to Business with Taos Public Library

Few public institutions are as loved as the public library. Out of a county of more than 30,000 people, about 7,000 of them use the library devoutly. In the course of a year, those people check out 117,000 items (books, DVDs, audio books) — nearly … more

New Mexico drops several spots in ranking of business-friendly states

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

Artaos, youth artists team up with new frozen yogurt shop

One new Taos business is mixing art into its tasty frozen venture and plans to stir the town up. Ziggy's Frozen Yogurt, 1008-A Paseo del Pueblo Sur, will have an additional attraction in the store besides … more

Taos, Angel Fire single-family home sales continue rising

As we progress through the active summer selling season, this six-month "Local Real Estate Market Stats Snapshot" report shows significant increases in home sales in the Taos and Angel Fire markets for single-family detached homes and for vacant … more

Vagrant Heart opens space for alternative artists

Six months in the making, Vagrant Heart is opening its doors at 216 Paseo del Cañon Saturday (May 5) for a new generation of Taos artists and their … more
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