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At the corner between Millicent Rogers and Upper Ranchitos Road, a new housing development is rising. It's called La Isla de Taos, and it will see the construction of up to 15 one-level, free-standing condominium homes on a 9.8-acre parcel of a 21-acre property. Though it is a small development in terms of units, it's one of the largest residential developments in Taos County since the Great Recession of 2008. more
Abe Garcia, owner and operator of Abe's Cantina in Arroyo Seco, celebrated his 94th birthday among family and friends on Thursday evening (April 20). The celebration was accompanied by singing, … more
Guadalajara Grill del Sur has been serving Taoseños for about 22 years. The family's culinary tradition started with a taco stand. Even today, when the family goes back to Guadalajara, people welcome them by saying, "Here come the taqueros." more
The easel sign that appears daily along the shoulder of Paseo del Pueblo Sur in front of Orlando's sister restaurant, Station 316 Café, has been chalked with witty one-liners advertising happy … more
Starbucks and IHOP could soon bring their respective brands of coffee and pancakes to Taos. The establishments will not be seeking to build new locations. more
A Texas developer is proposing to build a Family Dollar in Ranchos de Taos less than half a mile away from its competitor, Dollar General. Approval, aversion and apathy are the most common reactions. more
On June 26, the Colorado-based National Bank Holdings Corporation announced its acquisition of Peoples, Inc., the parent company of Colorado-based Peoples National Bank and Kansas-based Peoples Bank, for $36.3 million and 3.4 million shares of NBHC stock. more
To say Comanche Creek Brewing Company is “tucked back in here” is a simplification of both its geographic context and world-class experience. But that’s just how owner Kody Mutz … more
With the recent demolition of what many Red River locals still refer to as "the old Chevron," Red River Brewing Company has begun construction."We've knocked the old building down and the new one is … more
Business owners cited “lack of specific skills” as the main reason they can’t find qualified workers, according to new research by the National Federation of Independent … more
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