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Ski areas hope for ‘decent season’ out of dry winter

It’s no secret that less snow equates to fewer visitors. But what’s less understood is the exact effect. more

2017 Angel Fire market shows continued upswing

Angel Fire, which also includes Black Lake, wrapped up the year with an overall 15 percent increase in the number of homes sold over 2016. While 15 percent may seem unimpressive when compared to the … more

What to do with the unknown

When we turn on the news, unique and curious events are happening near to us and around the world. more

Faced with possible closure, Coffee Spot crew gets creative

On a Sunday morning in late 2016, Greg Preisch unlocked the front door of The Coffee Spot and switched on the lights, illuminating employee-made artwork hanging on employee-painted walls. Within … more

Wired Café closes for winter season – and maybe for good

Twenty years ago, a handful of customers arrived at the door of an old house tucked among the trees on La Posta Road in Taos. The first came for counseling and mediation services provided by local … more

When we face hard questions and issues

The movie “The Post,” which was the focus of last week’s article still has some of my emotions highly charged. I have decided to say more. The movie was about a number of people in … more

Cap on film tax credits should remain

There are some very smart economists, bill writers and analysts working for the Legislature and, every once in a while, lawmakers should listen to them. The most recent case of bad policy seems to … more

Next project for Kit Carson? Small cells, better cell coverage

Frustrated with uneven cell service in Northern New Mexico? Kit Carson Electric Cooperative officials are working to find a solution: small cells. more

Close business partnerships can survive conflict

One advantage of running a small business with family or friends is that the principals know and are committed to one another and the success of their enterprise. more

NM solar industry says tariff will kill jobs

Executives at solar energy companies in New Mexico say this week’s decision by President Donald Trump to impose a tariff on imported solar cells will slow the installation of new systems and kill … more
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