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In Dixon, federal funds fuel innovation

“You are literally sitting in a miracle,” local artist Shel Neymark told a crowd gathered in the bright, book-lined Embudo Valley Library and Community Center. This nationally recognized library, started entirely by community volunteers and … more

Diversity among advisers good for business, shareholders

Whether it's a sole proprietorship or a multinational corporation, every New Mexico business needs an individual or group of people whose job it is to advise the owner or leadership team. Those advisers might be family members or mentors in the case … more

InBankshares Corp. purchases International Bank of Raton

InBankshares Corp., a newly established bank holding company founded by a group of seasoned banking executives, has bought Raton Capital Corp., the bank … more

Legislature acts on broadband internet access bills

New Mexico lawmakers are delivering on a promise to improve one of the state’s last-in-the-country rankings — the speed of broadband internet. Several bills are moving through the … more

Last again: Digital financial publication ranks New Mexico as worst-run state

For the second year in a row, a national online financial publication has named New Mexico as the worst-run state in the nation. The New York-based 24/7 Wall St., which has ranked the best and worst-run states for the past seven years, … more

Know Your Neighbor: Russell to depart Super Save after long run as manager

Patrons of Super Save grocery store have become very accustomed to the familiar face of its manager, Rusty Russell. However, the familiarity will start to fade Jan. 27 when store ownership changes to Lowe's Market of Littlefield, Texas. “I've … more

'First Saturday Art Walk' kickoff

Every summer, the Taos Gallery Association organizes a series of "First Saturday Art Walks" along Paseo del Pueblo, Ledoux Street, Kit Carson Road, Bent Street, Taos Plaza and the John Dunn Shops, among other … more

New Mexico income equality among worst in U.S.

The gap between the rich and the poor continued to widen in New Mexico in 2015, with the top 5 percent of households earning an average of $254,096 and the bottom 20 percent making an average of $17,064, according to a new study. Income … more

Success Story: Hawk Mechanical – Experience makes the difference in Taos

Hawk Mechanical balances an old-style business tradition with a keen awareness of what’s new in the world of plumbing, heating and cooling — and the expectations of its customers.“We have employees that have been with us for a long time, and … more

Housing market sets records

The New Mexico housing market is doing well. According to the Realtors Association of New Mexico, "3,468 home sales have been reported... for January and February 2018, as compared to 2,491 sales for … more
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