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The U.S. Small Business Administration opened applications Monday (May 4) to allow agricultural businesses in New Mexico to apply for Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL). more
New Mexico businesses can open in a limited capacity after several weeks of COVID-19 shutdown.  Since the end of March, restaurants, gyms, liquor stores and other businesses across the state were ordered to shut down to prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced that an amended  emergency health order would reopen more of the economy as the rate of the spread of COVID-19 decreases.   more
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will provide an update to her emergency public health orders at 3 p.m. today (May 28). She will be joined remotely by other state official who will provide the … more
New Mexico will receive $77.3 million in federal government funding for COVID-19 testing and contact-tracing efforts, the state's five congressional representatives announced Thursday. The money, which will come from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is part of $25 billion in funding passed by Congress last month for testing, health care providers and small businesses. more
To the Taos Community: It is with sincere regret and a saddened heart that I am announcing the closure of the Taos Taekwondo Academy. Due to the legitimate concerns and fears related to the COVID-19 virus as well as the required closing of all nonessential businesses until at least May 1, I am at the point that it is no longer financially viable for me to keep the taekwondo school open. more
As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 health crisis, UNM-Taos is committed to helping students successfully complete their semester, while maintaining a safe environment for the entire campus community. more
The U.S. Senate passed a $300 billion appropriation to supplement exhausted funds for the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, according to Anwar Kaelin, director of the Small Business Development Center at UNM-Taos. more
The U.S. Small Business Administration announced Thursday (April 16) that it is unable to accept new applications for the Paycheck Protection Program or the Economic Injury Disaster Loan assistance program – including EIDL advances – due to exhaustion of available funds. more
As the world deals with the challenge of COVID-19 and New Mexico acknowledges that it had a rapid uptake early in the pandemic, we want Taos to know we are still serving clients. On March 23, New Mexico Department of Health Secretary Kathyleen M. Kunkel issued an emergency order closing all businesses and nonprofit entities except those deemed essential. The order requires that certain essential businesses must continue to function and under section (6)k of that order, Taos Behavioral Health is considered an essential business and must continue to function. more
Still confused and cross-eyed over how to fill out the forms for federal loans and grants available to businesses hit hard by coronavirus restrictions? more
Officials at the town of Taos are cracking down on scofflaw short-term rental owners in the area. And their effort was recently bolstered by new restrictions placed on lodging by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham as part of an ongoing effort to combat the spread of coronavirus. more
Still confused and cross-eyed over how to fill out the forms for federal loans and grants available to businesses hit hard by coronavirus restrictions? The New Mexico Small Business Developement Center is offering free webinars twice a day to help business owners understand the process and whether or not they qualify. more
If your small business or nonprofit has taken a direct hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan from the U.S. … more
The Coronavirus continues to impact our daily lives and business operations. Like so many local businesses we have come up with alternative ways to conduct business while still supporting the social distancing initiative. more
If your small business or nonprofit has taken a direct hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration.  When you apply for an EIDL, you can also request an emergency advance of $10,000, which will be disbursed within three business days of approval and does not need to be repaid under any circumstances.  more
Amid the current COVID-19 crisis, Taos Plaza resembles the quiet cobblestone center of a dusty ole sagebrush town. Smoke Signals, one of the few beacons of commerce still available to the dwindling number of visitors, reluctantly opened its doors for a few hours to conduct this interview. more
If your small business or nonprofit has taken a direct hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration.       more
You  won't be able to get your hair styled or colored but you will be able to attend church services under new stay-at-home restrictions announced by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Monday (March 23).  more
There are many paths one can follow on a journey of healing and wellness. The Wumaniti Earth Native Sanctuary, located at 203 Ledoux Street, offers a variety of hemp CBD products, therapy services, job opportunities and other activities to help people, and especially the people of Taos Pueblo, in need of enhancing their entire wellness program. more
Bet you don't think much about the state Office of the Superintendent of Insurance. Yet most people who work, or have a home, car or insurance policy are affected by what happens at a state agency that regulates all things insurance - from licensing brokers and agents to writing the insurance rules to fielding consumer grievances. more
The Taos County Planning and Zoning Commission is scheduled to vote Wednesday (Feb. 26) on a permit for a Family Dollar store in El Prado. Either way the decision is likely to be appealed by either the developer or the dozens of people opposed to the project. more
After four hours of public comment, and with more people waiting to speak, the Taos County Planning and Zoning Commission voted Wednesday night (Feb. 12) to continue a hearing on a proposed Family Dollar in El Prado.  more
The Taos County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on a proposed Family Dollar store in El Prado. The proposed store is again generating controversy between supporters and those who think a Family Dollar Store doesn't belong in the location. more
When we heard about an upcoming event at the Rolling Still Lounge this week - debuting a whiskey made from organic rye grown at Río Fernando Park - we thought it too good a story to pass up, and decided to pose a few questions to both Dan Irion from Rolling Still, and Kristina Ortez, the executive director of the Taos Land Trust. more
The Taos Chamber of Commerce and Taos Entrepreneurial Network will present a free lunch 'n' learn lecture, “SEO tips to help Google find your business online," from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 17 at the Chamber of Commerce conference room, 1139 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur. Lunch will be provided. more
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