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New ‘Gutters’ bowling alley on track for 2017 Taos opening

After a 32-year dry spell of spares, strikes and turkeys, Taos is getting a bowling alley. Gutters, as it will be called, is the brainchild of Shelly Ratigan, creator and former owner of Northside … more

Lucas Schreiber to open new primary care clinic in Taos

Taos County was designated a medically underserved area by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in 2014. And despite the Affordable Care Act’s expansion of Medicaid and insurance … more

New Mexico Senate again endorses hemp research

The New Mexico Senate, in a bipartisan 37-2 vote, approved a bill Tuesday that would make it legal to cultivate hemp so researchers can study its industrial uses. The legislation goes now to the … more

Internet sales tax receives bipartisan support

Republicans and Democrats threw their support behind a proposal Feb 6 to collect gross receipts tax from major internet retailers such as Amazon and eBay. Legislators have considered several … more

Rep. Bobby Gonzales supports local-option fuel tax

Republicans and Democrats joined together Friday to advance a bill that would allow cities and counties in cash-strapped New Mexico to find out if voters are willing to pay more at the gas pump in … more

Pot proposal advances in House but faces uncertain future

Adults over 21 would be able to legally buy, possess and smoke marijuana under a bill that survived its first hearing Saturday in the state House of Representatives. The Consumer and Public … 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

Taos Ski Valley's The Blake makes grand debut

Anticipation has been building, but the wait is officially over and the anticipation has been rewarded. The opening of The Blake hotel at Taos Ski Valley has been on the radar among locals, … more

Martinez signs budget-balancing measures

Gov. Susana Martinez signed three bills Jan. 31 to balance the state’s budget, taking about $46 million from the reserves of public schools. But she vetoed cuts to an economic development … more

Ziggy’s frozen yogurt making Taos debut

While the weather might not scream for cold treats at the moment, make a note for the warmer temperatures in the months ahead. Ziggy's, a frozen yogurt shop, is planning to open in Taos this … more
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