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Digital entrepreneurs, innovators and educators will soon be able to collaborate and create the next generation of digital startups at the University of New Mexico-Taos HIVE, a co-working space and small business support center with onsite and virtual classes.
The HIVE, which stands for Hub of Internet-based Vocation and Education, is located on the ground floor of Kit Carson Electric Cooperative's former first-responders' command center in Taos, and is planning to open its doors to the public in June.
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.
The town of Taos has lost a beloved member of our community. On Friday, January 8th, 2021, Carolyn (CJ) Johnson died at home in Ranchos de Taos after a brief, but intense battle with cancer. She was 75 years old. CJ is survived by her beloved life partner, Ethel Chapel, with whom she found great happiness in her last few years of life.
Age74, of Taos died unexpectedly on December 30th, 2020. Susan had a successful professional career in technology. She managed Corporate Sales at Illinois Bell and then at A.T. & T. where she is credited with helping launch the emergency 911 service in the Chicago area. She also enjoyed an assignment with A.T. & T. subsidiary Olivetti in Milan, Italy.
“COVID – these are strange times,” mused Taos Community Foundation Director Lisa O’Brien. “It seems apparent by now that things are not returning to where we were six months ago, so what is going to be the new normal and how will we move forward through it?”
Cover your face and uncover your creativity!
Calling creatives of all ages: We want your art masks.
THROUGH IT ALL one thing has remained constant: our goal to celebrate the people doing the work to make Taos and Taos County a better place.