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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

Know Your Neighbor: The Bevell family and one year of Flowerdust

At this time of year, people’s thoughts center on what to serve at the Thanksgiving meal. The idea of planning a menu and where to purchase the food remains foremost in the planning process. An additional decision remains — organic versus … more

Success Story: Wayne Rutherford General Contractor, Inc. Over 40 years of craftsmanship and project management

Award-winning builder Wayne Rutherford has been creating timeless home and business environments for over 40 years. His responsive design, traditional and contemporary craftsmanship, attention to detail, and project management are well regarded … more

Taos Ski Valley thin on snow, but bullish on The Blake Hotel

Editor's note: After this article was published, Taos Ski Valley announced it's new opening date as Dec. 15. While early snow has been scant this year, officials at Taos Ski Valley are optimistic about the chance to show off new facilities and … more

‘Grain to glass’ project proves local barley is possible

Paul Lucero reaches into the breast pocket of his Carhartt overalls and pulls a cigarette from a pack of Salems as he argues with a neighbor over farming techniques. “You’ve got to babysit this damn barley is what you got to do,” Lucero … more

State finance chief challenges budget deficit projection

The top budget executive for Gov. Susana Martinez on Nov. 16 disputed a contention by some state lawmakers that New Mexico continues to run a deficit, saying there actually was a small surplus in the general operating fund as of this week. Duffy … more

Study: New Mexico is gaining doctors, but average age an issue

New Mexico has added 441 physicians during the last three years with the growth of Obamacare, but the ranks could thin because the state also has the highest percentage of doctors in the nation older than 60, according to a new study. The … more

Rural economies get high on legal cannabis

In Trinidad, Colorado, revenue from eight recreational cannabis shops is paving streets and helping refurbish downtown apartments. Across the state in De Beque, nearly a quarter of the town’s general fund comes from marijuana sales tax. In Log … more
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