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Married couple Emily Murphy-Darling and Ben Nichols have quietly opened a new CrossFit gym in El Prado. Well, it’s new in a few ways. Darling’s sister is Rachel Singer, who operated … more
Thursday marks the halfway point of the 2017 New Mexico Legislature’s 60-day run in Santa Fe. And while half the time is gone, perhaps 90 percent of the work remains. All-important debates … more
While state lawmakers are pulling out all the stops to find “now money” to plug an expected deficit in the next fiscal year, Rep. Jason Harper has introduced a bill he hopes can put the … more
Heritage Hotels & Resorts, a homegrown New Mexico company on a growth binge, has entered into an agreement to purchase the Inn and Spa at Loretto, a hotel that occupies a historic corner on Old … more
New Mexico would exempt industrial hemp from the state’s Controlled Substance Act if a bill that passed the House of Representatives on Monday becomes law. House Bill 166, sponsored by Rep. … more
Travis Parkin has worn many hats throughout his life.  He was raised in upstate New York, the grandson of Italian immigrant makers of gloves. He attended the State University of New York at … more
Bud, joints, brownies and balms – and that’s not all.Medical cannabis patients in New Mexico certainly have options when it comes to consuming their medicine. Those options may not be … more
After a 32-year dry spell of spares, strikes and turkeys, Taos is getting a bowling alley. Gutters, as it will be called, is the brainchild of Shelly Ratigan, creator and former owner of Northside … more
Taos County was designated a medically underserved area by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in 2014. And despite the Affordable Care Act’s expansion of Medicaid and insurance … more
The New Mexico Senate, in a bipartisan 37-2 vote, approved a bill Tuesday that would make it legal to cultivate hemp so researchers can study its industrial uses. The legislation goes now to the … more
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