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Kit Carson Electric Cooperative CEO Luis Reyes explained at a two-hour public briefing Friday (Dec. 10) why the utility's net-metering policy for rooftop solar array owners - "rooftoppers" - no longer works. more
The Taos Chamber of Commerce and Taos Entrepreneurial Network will present a free lunch 'n' learn lecture, “SEO tips to help Google find your business online," from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 17 at the Chamber of Commerce conference room, 1139 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur. Lunch will be provided. more
Area happenings in the world of business: more
While the business world at large might have been focused on international trade wars and trade deals, locally Taos had its own ups and downs for companies. more
A new Netflix movie starring Idris Elba and co-produced by music superstar Jay-Z will be filmed in New Mexico in 2020. more
Holy Cross Hospital is promoting breastfeeding among its employees, patients and the wider community. Working with the Latch On Breastfeeding Coalition and the NM Breastfeeding Task Force, Taos Chapter, the hospital has created a lactation room and sponsored a breastfeeding mural, recently completed on the corridor wall outside the Labor and Delivery wing by muralist Lynnette Haozous. more
Chokola Bean to Bar, a small-batch, organically crafted bean-to-bar chocolate maker at 198 Juan Largo Lane in the John Dunn Shops, has recently received recognition at four major international chocolate competitions. more
"It's a growing industry," said Cortnie Gurno, human resources and marketing manager at Randall Lumber and Hardware, "and I think people are more comfortable shopping at a store where there's a female presence." more
Geronimo Romero remembers the first year of the Winter Market at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish gym in downtown Taos. "It was do or die," said Romero, of Taos Pueblo, who loves to bake both in a traditional adobe outside horno and in his regular oven. more
The state signed an agreement with U.S. Forest Service representatives from Carson National Forest Wednesday (Dec. 11) at the nonprofit Rocky Mountain Youth Corps' Taos facility that will open up career opportunities for RMYC and other AmeriCorps participants. more
The fifth annual Taos Saturday Winter Market will kick off Dec. 14 and 21, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church gymnasium, 205 Don Fernando Street. more
It's tough to avoid cat puns when talking about a solution as purrfect as this one. "We've been struggling to come up with ideas for a permanent revenue stream for the shelter for a long time," said Stray Hearts Animal Shelter lead volunteer coordinator Pam Oestreicher. more
The New Mexico Tourism Department will host a free digital education workshop in Taos Thursday morning (Dec. 12)  for businesses to expand exposure within Google’s products and improve conversion of digital audiences to actual customers.  more
Northern New Mexico loggers could soon have a new venue for their product. Lance Forest Products will relocate a sawmill business to Cimarron with the help of a $350,000 investment from the state Economic Development Department. more
"The problem with digital books is that you can always find what you are looking for," says a quote posted in Op. Cit. Books near Taos Plaza. "You need to go to a bookstore to find what you weren't looking for." more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's office announced Tuesday (Dec. 3) a four-day job fair in Albuquerque that will attempt to fill hundreds of open government jobs across the state. more
Megan Concha proudly shows off her dad's hammer, which clearly has a lot of miles on it. Misshapen with use, it has served Rodney Concha for over 30 years as he stamped designs into conchos, manta pins, belt buckles, bracelets and earrings - until he was taken ill last spring at age 52 with kidney disease. more
Building on the last four years of reinvestment, Taos Ski Valley continues to improve its amenities and infrastructure to give our guests the best possible experience. more
A power outage impacted parts of the south end of Taos Friday morning (Nov. 22), causing power failures at the southside Allsup's gas station and Walmart, which temporarily closed when its computers when shut down. more
More electric vehicles, solar power and clean energy job-training programs are a few of the recommendations in a first report issued Thursday (Nov. 21) by the Climate Change Task Force. more
A chat with Luis A. Reyes Jr., CEO of Kit Carson Electric Cooperative. more
As Taos Air readies to take to the skies, the new Taos flight service will now fly customers to California as a part of the 2020 ski season.  more
Taos resident Kenton Pass recently launched the first product ever designed to allow men to scratch their itch - in his terms, "the perfect scrotum scratcher, the great gonad groomer." more
The New Mexico Department of Economic Development awarded almost $1.69 million for November 2019 to fund training of 150 new employees at 11 New Mexico companies through its Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP). Trainees will earn an average of $25 per hour, with salaries ranging from $11.67 to $55 per hour. more
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative has signed an agreement to have Torch Clean Energy of Boulder, Colorado, develop and build two new solar arrays, each with its own storage facility, which together will add 21 megawatts of solar capacity and 15 megawatts of storage capacity. more
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