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A little loan to keep biz going

When Nick Harrison couldn't persuade his mom to let him buy her trophy shop in Oregon, he moved with his wife to New Mexico and bought a complementary business in Albuquerque.Harrison purchased The … more

Iconic Taos Inn for sale

The Historic Taos Inn on Paseo del Pueblo has been listed for sale on Taos Properties.Often referred to as "the living room of Taos," the 44-room, two-acre … more

She started as a bank teller. Now she's a national leader.

Thinking back over the years, Roberta Robinson remembers when she started working at the Centinel Bank branch in Questa.It was about the same time Rebeca … more

Life, death and tattoos

In the male-dominated tattoo industry, one Taoseña is breaking the barriers and giving the boys a run for their money. Vida y Muerte Tattoo, or Life … more

Chokala Bean to Bar wins development fund award

Chokola Bean to Bar, a Taos-based, family-owned craft chocolate maker, was among several northern New Mexico businesses to be awarded money from the Venture Acceleration Fund. Chokala, located on … more

Blake hotel reopens at Taos Ski Valley

The Blake at Taos Ski Valley reopened for business June 13, after a short break following the 2017-2018 winter season. The onsite restaurant 192, and the Spa and Wellness Center also reopened."We are … more

Patent help available for low-income inventors

Inventors know that patents and trademarks offer protection against the theft of their ideas, but hiring an attorney or agent to prepare and submit the patent application can cost more than … more

Designer Patricia Michaels to kick off free summer artist presentation series

The Couse-Sharp Historic Site's inaugural First Saturday Open House is planned Saturday (June 2) from 3-5 p.m. At 3:30 p.m., Taos Pueblo designer Patricia Michaels will present a talk and brief … more

Sol Foods finds niche in Seco

Ten years ago, when Anna and Christopher Woodall came to Arroyo Seco from San Francisco, they realized they had moved to more than one kind of desert. While Taos' … more

Wide Sky luthier thrives in Taos Valley

After several years of carpentry and cabinet building, local crafter Patch Rubin decided to try something new with his woodworking skills and take his art … more
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