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Last again: Digital financial publication ranks New Mexico as worst-run state

For the second year in a row, a national online financial publication has named New Mexico as the worst-run state in the nation. The New York-based 24/7 Wall St., which has ranked the best and worst-run states for the past seven years, … more

Board members Duran, Martinez hire attorneys after Kit Carson scuffle

Video footage of an altercation between two Kit Carson Electric Cooperative board members shows the men shoving each other until one falls to the ground and the other punches him while he’s down. That description comes from the Taos Police … more

Can Raton rise again?

On a summer morning at the Enchanted Grounds Espresso Bar and Cafe in this quaint but dilapidated Northern New Mexico town, owner Katie Feldman greeted her usual eclectic blend of customers. The Raton police chief and a couple of officers stopped … more

Become cyber-safe: Stay alert for scams during the holiday season

This season of holiday online shopping and emails is a good time to increase vigilance for cyber-crimes. Criminals are sophisticated at using computers and smartphones to commit fraud or get information to steal money from us. The first thing to … more

Success Story: Wanda Lucero, Insurance Agent: Helping others through business

For Wanda Lucero, there’s no separation among her life, her business andher community. For 34 years, the Taos native has been in the insurance industry and, for the last 15 years, it’s been her name on the door. While building a successful … more

Taos employers invited to ‘CONNECT’

Taos County employers are invited to feature their business or nonprofit agency at the second “TIGERS CONNECT — Transition, College and Career Fair.” The event is scheduled for Feb. 10 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Taos High School Otero … more

‘A place for locals, by locals’ opens on Taos Plaza

Manzanita Market, a new farm-to-table breakfast and lunch shop, opened late last month around the corner from World Cup Cafe at Taos Plaza. The owners opened quietly, without advertisements or social media campaigns. The eatery has neither a … more

Management Corner: Leader as processor

The leader-processor knows how to make things happen. They have the knowledge, skills, tools, vision and focus to set, maintain and sustain the processes to achieve the tasks and mission as intended and needed. The processor knows the … more

Some retailers subject to state taxes feel left in cold

A map on the wall of Rick Smith’s bookstore shows Taos dotted with bookshops. Few, however, are still open. Smith’s is one of the last bookstores in the Northern New Mexico community. Longer than it is wide, crammed with an eclectic selection … more

Graystone Furniture: Unique and One-of-a-Kind

“In 2008 I hired John Vidaurre as the first full-time employee at Graystone Furniture & the sofa gallery. Although we opened in 2002, it was when John joined me that Graystone Furniture became a full-service furniture store. We bought a delivery … more
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