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Chamber of Commerce hosts Women's Expo

The Taos County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Women's Expo in Taos, Thursday (April 5) at the El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa.The Expo is designed "to create a comfortable atmosphere for … more

Free veterans business conference promises advice, support

A free conference for entrepreneurial-minded military veterans, National Guard and Reserve members, and transitioning active-duty personnel is scheduled April 24-25 in Albuquerque, hosted by the New … more

Ski areas gear up for season's end

Mother nature wasn't kind to northern New Mexico ski areas, stingy as she was with winter snow. Still, as the 2017-2018 season rounds the corner to the … more

Distillery to open in Taos

Adding to the list of homegrown products popping up in the town of Taos, Rolling Still Bros. distillery will soon be delivering the kick in local … more

Taos Realtor Page Sullivan earns international Coldwell Banker award

Taos Realtor Page Sullivan, an associate broker with Coldwell Banker Lota Realty, Inc., has recently received the International President's Elite Award, an honor bestowed to the top 2 percent of all … 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

Presbyterian sets career fairs to fill 350 jobs in Santa Fe

Presbyterian Healthcare Services, scheduled to open a new hospital on Santa Fe's south side this fall, is looking to hire up to 350 employees for the center through a … more

Native-centered gallery closes shop on Paseo del Pueblo Norte

FaraHNHeight Fine Arts, a gallery featuring contemporary native arts that in its two-year run on Paseo del Pueblo Norte became a gathering space for a variety of community events, ceased operations at its location near the entrance of Taos Pueblo earlier in March. more

Feds offer funding for high-speed rural internet access

Taos has 598 homes and businesses eligible for federal funding to help broadband providers bring them high-speed Internet access. That's according to a map and list of locations provided by the … more

Taos Mesa Brewing changes leadership

The Taos Mesa Brewing board has voted to replace longtime CEO Daniel Irion with Jayson Wylie. Irion and Wylie are two of the four founding members of … more
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