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Home-Hunting Tips in a Seller's Market

(StatePoint) Are you on a serious hunt for a new home? Whether it’s your first time as a real estate buyer or you’ve done this many times before, you may experience a learning curve. After all, the market is forever in-flux, and experts advise … more

Taos Pueblo officials spell out plans for 2016

It’s a steep learning curve once you get named. At least for new Taos Pueblo Gov. Benito M. Sandoval there was precedence. His late father, Joe C. Sandoval, served as tribal war chief in 1979, lieutenant governor in 1983 and governor of the tribe … more

A new way of working: Part 2

Last week, we approached the topic of new ways of working as related to working smarter, use of tools and skills, the work environment and how we consider the customer. Part two will focus on working at home versus an office or worksite, working as … more

Robin Cunningham’s holistic approach to bees and life

Robin Cunningham’s lifelong interest in healthy and sustainable products led her to start a new business, Bee Taos Light, last August. She makes natural beeswax candles in a variety of shapes (Buddhas, flowers, turtles, bears and more) and also … more

Getting down to business with Ace Hardware’s Sean Walker

Sean Walker is a Texan through and through. But when it comes to nuts, bolts, plants, lumber and light bulbs — everything at Río Grande Ace Hardware, where he is the general manager — Walker certainly understands what keeps Taos going. He sat … more

Random thoughts on social media

In the business world today, being on board with social media is a must. It is a convenient, direct and low cost means of communication with individuals and networks of people, local to global. The ongoing challenge for most businesses is to … more

Success Story: Taos Do-It-Yourself Picture Framing: Changing with the times

For Taos Do-It-Yourself Picture Framing, it’s all about adapting to shifting conditions in a Taos art market that is nothing if it isn’t about change. The halcyon days of the early 2000s are a distant memory and, thankfully, so are the dark … more

Learning to ride at Angel Fire Resort

I have proudly told friends about Angel Fire Bike Park’s national acclaim since I started working for newspapers in Northern New Mexico two years ago. But I had a little secret. I had never actually ridden down one of its trails. Even worse, I had … more

Senate confirms Jacobson as CYFD secretary

Monique Jacobson, who worked as a general manager at PepsiCo and then ran New Mexico's Tourism Department for four years, received a resounding vote of confidence Monday for what may be the toughest job in state government. State senators voted … more

At Taos pizzeria, practice makes perfect

Veronica and Oscar Chalupp opened their first business, Chalupp’s Pizza, Aug. 16 2009. They had never owned a pizzeria and didn’t have any idea of how to run one. “My husband’s brother, Ismael Chalupp, who has a restaurant in Arizona, was … more
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