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How to say and do just the right thing when a co-worker loses a loved one

(BPT) - Knowing how to support a grieving co-worker can be one of the most challenging situations you face in your workplace. You want to express your sympathy and help your colleague, but you also don’t want to cross any professional … more

Getting Down to Business with Taos Public Library

Few public institutions are as loved as the public library. Out of a county of more than 30,000 people, about 7,000 of them use the library devoutly. In the course of a year, those people check out 117,000 items (books, DVDs, audio books) — nearly … more

Know Your Neighbor: Russell to depart Super Save after long run as manager

Patrons of Super Save grocery store have become very accustomed to the familiar face of its manager, Rusty Russell. However, the familiarity will start to fade Jan. 27 when store ownership changes to Lowe's Market of Littlefield, Texas. “I've … more

Details can be weighty when renting commercial space

Renting a commercial space is a move many entrepreneurs postpone as long as they can, because it’s one of the biggest expenses and most consequential commitments a startup or young company faces. A commercial lease binds landlord and tenant to … more

Details can be weighty when renting commercial space

Renting a commercial space is a move many entrepreneurs postpone as long as they can, because it’s one of the biggest expenses and most consequential commitments a startup or young company faces. A commercial lease binds landlord and tenant to … more

Veterans biz center has new director

The New Mexico Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC) has named Richard Coffel as its new director. Coffel had been serving as the VBOC veterans’ business adviser since 2014. As director, he will lead the veterans’ business development … more

Economic development council still a dream after years of recommendations

In February 1999, the Taos Town Council adopted a comprehensive plan that included a section on how to jump-start economic development. The jargony report called for the town to lead “formation of a centralized business resource and information … more

Known for community service, Super Save manager set to retire

The longtime manager of Taos’ Super Save grocery store is getting ready to retire. The store has been purchased by Lowe’s Market of Littlefield, Texas, and ownership officially changes Jan. 27. Residents of Taos and customers of Super Save … 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

Duran, Martinez plead ‘not guilty’ to co-op fight charges

Both men involved in a physical altercation at Kit Carson Electric Cooperative have pleaded “not guilty” to criminal charges related to the incident. Cristobal Duran and Virgil Martinez, both members of the co-op board, were scheduled for an … more
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