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Kit Carson internet restored after multi-day outage

Kit Carson’s fiber optic internet service has been restored following an outage that impacted parts of Arroyo Hondo, Arroyo Seco and Questa. According to Luis Reyes, CEO of Kit Carson, about 500 customers lost service for about 36-hours between … more

Success Story: Taos Community Foundation - A junction for people, resources, and ideas

Taos County is home to more than 200 nonprofit organizations that strive to fill innumerable unmet needs in this community. Deciding which nonprofit or cause to support can be a daunting task for an individual, business or family wanting to … more

Padilla did outside work while on gaming board, despite law against it

Among the many elements state investigators are examining in a criminal investigation into former Taxation and Revenue Secretary Demesia Padilla is whether she continued to work as an accountant for a trucking company while serving in Gov. Susana … more

Year in review: The best of "Getting Down to Business"

Taos County may be rural, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of action happening and livelihoods being made in the economic landscape. “Getting Down to Business” is a deep dive into those stories — hearing directly from the people … 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

Analysis: New Mexico a top state for photography career

It might not be surprising to New Mexico residents who are used to the state's incredible landscapes and landmarks. But the national career advice site Zippia has taken notice that New Mexico is a good state to be a photographer. "Photographers … more

New Mexico income equality among worst in U.S.

The gap between the rich and the poor continued to widen in New Mexico in 2015, with the top 5 percent of households earning an average of $254,096 and the bottom 20 percent making an average of $17,064, according to a new study. Income … more

Proponents of online sales tax hope to deliver revenue to N.M.

Cyberspace may not be a tax haven for New Mexico shoppers much longer. As bipartisan support grows among state lawmakers for tax collections on internet sales to bring in more revenue and help level the playing field for local businesses, major … more

N.M. Tax and Revenue secretary resigns amid allegations of wrongdoing

State Taxation and Revenue Secretary Demesia Padilla has resigned in the wake of allegations of wrongdoing. State investigators served a search warrant Wednesday at tax department offices for personal and business income-tax records for Padilla … more

Duran, Martinez face charges for co-op fight

Both men involved in a fight at Kit Carson Electric Cooperative in Taos last month are now facing criminal charges related to the incident. Cristobal Duran and Virgil Martinez — both members of the co-op board of trustees — were in a physical … more
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