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It has been over a year now since the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic. And quite a challenging year it has been for all of us. Early on during this public health crisis, Chevron provided much needed PPE to Holy Cross Hospital and the Village of Questa. But we also saw the need to address the far-reaching economic and social impacts. Unfortunately, we have seen increased demand for food services, increased instances of domestic violence, difficult economic times for local businesses, and lasting social and educational impacts on our children. Fortunately, Chevron was able to provide funding to help address these issues.
“I didn’t have much of a plan when I started the company,” said founder Justin Bailey. “I didn’t even have a phone. For $7 a month you could get a phone number so people could leave you voicemails. That’s what I had for the first few months. I built this little shed to store parts. My brother looked at it and said I would have a warehouse someday. I thought he was nuts.”
One silver lining of the pandemic of 2020 may be that people now, more than ever, are doing something about improving their indoor environments. State-of-the-art technology is available today that can enhance the quality of the air you breathe, something we are all concerned about in our homes and business.
Unicorn School Supply & Stationery owner Pam Bland opened her shop in the spring of 1984. She has served multiple generations of Northern New Mexico and southern Colorado customers and watched them grow up. First buying their school and art supplies from her store as children and later coming into her store with their own families.
Twirl turns 14 today, April 1. It’s hard to imagine Taos without it. Twirl is a vibrant play space; a point of connection for families, schools and community organizations; and the source of a constantly evolving curriculum of creative learning, as well as a wonderful toy store.
As you have driven along Salazar Road in Taos you may not have noticed the rather imposing farm of greenhouses set back behind a row of buildings. One of those buildings is Southwest Wellness Center, and those greenhouses are home to New Mexico’s finest medical cannabis.
Centinel Bank was founded in Taos in 1969 with a mission to serve the financial needs of our community. Through the years, they have remained focused on serving Taos County. Centinel Bank remains Taos’ only locally owned and operated community bank, working with customers to help them realize their financial dreams, whether opening a business or purchasing a home. They also nurture our community by donating time and money to important causes, and contributing tax dollars that help maintain local municipalities.