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Red Willow Farmers Market closes indefinitely

The farmers market at the Red Willow Center at Taos Pueblo is closed indefinitely.The closure was announced via a Facebook post Monday (Feb. 19), which said, "Effectively immediately, the market will … more

Chamber hosts expo and job fair

The Taos County Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Annual Business Expo and Job Fair from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Friday (Nov. 10) at a new location in Bataan Hall. more

Entrepreneurial orbit: Businesses at heart of resource expo

Once a business gets its foot in the door with an economic development organization like the New Mexico Manufacturing Extension Partnership, its opportunities for growth expand dramatically.Jack … more

Taos' Gonzales seeking House’s speaker post

Many Democrats in the state Legislature say House Minority Leader Brian Egolf of Santa Fe likely will be the next speaker of the House, but he’s not the only one running for the job. Rep. Bobby Gonzales, D-Taos, a 22-year member of the House, … more

Taos Super Save gets a fresh coat of paint – and a lot more

Though the familiar red block letters bound to its facade will continue to hang, the Super Save located at the intersection of Paseo del Pueblo Sur and Albright Street will undergo a major overhaul … more

Business brief: Chamber hosts mix and meet

Today (April 12) is the chamber's monthly mix and meet at KTAOS Solar Center beginning at 5:30 p.m. more

Lawmakers aim to bridge rural broadband gap

After failing in previous years to pass significant legislation to boost broadband internet in New Mexico, lawmakers are meeting Oct. 20 to try to jump-start efforts for the 2017 legislative session. A legislative committee is scheduled to meet … more

Tax on out-of-state business purchases aims to keep New Mexico competitive

Lots of New Mexico business owners don’t realize they’re required to pay a “compensating tax” for business-related purchases they make on the internet or in a state that doesn’t charge sales tax. Some know they’re supposed to, but … more

IHOP on the horizon in Taos

Taoseños will soon be able to savor a stack of pancakes at their local IHOP with a soft opening around April 17 set for the Taos location.For several months, drivers on Paseo Del Pueblo Sur have … more

Senate votes to apply smoking rules to vaping

The state Senate voted 30-10 on Tuesday to restrict the use of e-cigarettes in public places much like other cigarettes, backing a proposal to curb what some public health advocates argue are the … more
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