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Analysis: New Mexico can't handle another recession

New Mexico's cash-strapped government is not ready for another recession, according to a recent analysis highlighting the state's shrunken financial reserves. more

Not Forgotten Outreach extends veterans services, partners with VA Mobile Vet Centers

New Mexico’s history of military service runs deep. From the turbulent formation of the New Mexico territory in the mid-19th century, to the Bataan Death March, to modern wars in the Far and Middle East, military men and women – including … more

State construction industry booms

By Bruce KrasnowThe New MexicanWith work underway on a Facebook data center in Los Lunas, a major rapid transit project in Albuquerque and hospitals and roads in Santa Fe, New Mexico's construction industry is off to one of its best starts in … more

Business expo, job fair comes to Taos Nov. 16

If you're looking for a job in the Taos area, an event this week might be of interest. The "Taos & Enchanted Circle Business Expo & Job Fair" is scheduled for Nov. 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sagebrush Inn & Suites. Susan Cady, executive … more

Firefighting boot camp for women happening in October

The Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands will host a two-weekend wildland firefighting training in October for career-focused women looking to pursue future employment opportunities with … more

What to ponder in the New Year

As we enter 2018, here are questions to ponder. Consider yourself, your life and your work. 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

Broadband providers, lawmakers discuss obstacles to expanding internet service

When John Brown’s internet company in Albuquerque learned that one of his competitors was digging a trench to install cable downtown, he asked to share the cost. Brown’s CityLink Telecommunications is planning a 20-mile fiber-optic loop from … more

New coffee shop on Taos’ south side creates buzz

For Pablo Flores and Lydia McHaley, a cup of coffee is more than just ... a cup of coffee. It’s an experience. And despite the ubiquity of the widely consumed beverage and the many places that serve it, where you have that experience matters, they … more

Wrangling continues on raising New Mexico minimum wage

A proposal to raise New Mexico’s minimum wage drew opposition from business organizations and workers’ rights groups alike Feb. 20. Co-sponsored by House Speaker Brian Egolf, D-Santa … more
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