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When John Brown’s internet company in Albuquerque learned that one of his competitors was digging a trench to install cable downtown, he asked to share the cost. Brown’s CityLink Telecommunications is planning a 20-mile fiber-optic loop from … more
For Pablo Flores and Lydia McHaley, a cup of coffee is more than just ... a cup of coffee. It’s an experience. And despite the ubiquity of the widely consumed beverage and the many places that serve it, where you have that experience matters, they … more
A proposal to raise New Mexico’s minimum wage drew opposition from business organizations and workers’ rights groups alike Feb. 20. Co-sponsored by House Speaker Brian Egolf, D-Santa … more
Within this series we have explored a variety of contexts, types and approaches to creating connections. In this article, I'll highlight a few businesses where I personally and professionally … more
When Kayci Harris graduated from Taos High School in 2008, she was voted “most likely to be a dentist.” And in 2017, she has become one, joining her mother’s practice at Northern … more
Taos Ski Valley announced this week that its slope-side hotel, The Blake at Taos Ski Valley, was awarded a silver certification under the national LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). more
After four years of ownership, James Haimsohn and Jared Steinberg have sold the Sagebrush Inn and Suites to Colorado-based JP Taos LLC. more
Your Finances By Kate Stalter For The New Mexican When Congress wants to get something done in a hurry, it manages. That's what happened with the rewrite of the U.S. tax code that was signed into law … more
There are many ways by which The Harwood Museum of Art, University of New Mexico measures success, and they all reflect the Harwood’s mission: “To collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the arts, especially those created in, inspired by, or … more
Adults over 21 would be able to legally buy, possess and smoke marijuana under a bill that survived its first hearing Saturday in the state House of Representatives. The Consumer and Public … more
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