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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
Who would've thought propane prices in Taos would vary by more than 25 cents a gallon? Or that some vendors would make a concerted effort to win and keep your business, while others - not so much. more
The week's business goings-on: more
Golightly Chocolate+Cashmere is preparing for a big leap, with plans to add seven employees in one go, to start producing its own chocolate and to open a third retail shop in Breckenridge, Colorado. more
Gemma Ra’Star, originally surnamed DiFerdinando, arrived in Taos 20 years ago in a van with two dogs after riding around the country on freight trains. Today, she has reinvented herself as local leader of the “hemp revolution.” more
A man who has become known as the lord of a Santa Fe art collective steeped in the bizarre, that in recent years has burgeoned into multimillion-dollar entertainment giant, is shucking his crown -- for now. more
Ace Hardware is celebrating its 95th anniversary Saturday (Oct. 19) and stores around the country including in Taos are joining in with cakes, discounts and other specials. The Taos Ace Hardware … more
Peter O'Donoghue had logged 1.5 million miles as a coast-to-coast tractor-trailer driver before he moved to Taos and started driving shuttles. more
Splitter Designs, a Taos company founded by outdoorsman Peter Gilroy that crafts jewelry and accessories inspired by the mountains, has received funding from a new state program to train two … more
Taos Ski Valley and the town of Taos have announced new flights for Taos Air starting Dec. 19. The chartered air service will be making flights from Taos to Austin–Bergstrom … more
After a summer of concerts and questions, the town of Taos has released economic impact reports for the Big Barn Dance and Sting concert. During the Tuesday (Oct. 8) … more
The sign out front says, "store closing," but that's not actually what the future holds for the longstanding department store located near Albertsons in Taos … more
Customers of the El Valle de los Ranchos Water and Sanitation district will be voting on a one-quarter percent tax this November after Tuesday's (Oct. 1) Taos County Commission meeting.The approval … more
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