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For the past 22 years, Taos Community Foundation has been the “platform for giving” in Northern New Mexico. Founded in 1998, the Foundation has grown to over $12 million in assets under management and annually grants over a million dollars in community support. more
After a quarter of a century in Taos, one of our most beloved hair salons is back in business following a brief closure to help contain the spread of coronavirus in New Mexico. Voted the number-one hair salon in the annual Best of Taos survey year after year, Salon Marjorie has a well-documented reputation in Taos. Already meticulous in their own health and sanitization measures, owner Marjorie Olsen and her team have had no trouble incorporating CDC guidelines and New Mexico COVID-safe practices into their reopening strategy. Best of all, there has been no need to skimp on services. more
At Nusenda Credit Union, commitment to excellent member service, care for community, being an employer of choice, and offering flexible products and services to meet members’ changing needs have always been priorities. In these uncertain times, those values remain the same. more
There’s no such thing as a “normal day” at Phoenix Mechanical. “It’s always a wild mix of activities here,” Draper says, “from fixing Mrs. Jones’ faucet to bidding out a $1 million mechanical job. You never quite know what’s next, but we are always ready for whatever comes through the door.” more
Habitat for Humanity Is In the Business of Helping People Out And now under executive director Kevin Miller, who has been leading the team in Taos since July 2019, Habitat for Humanity of Taos wants to help even more people out. And so far, they are on track with doing that. more
Thank You to Our Taos Community for Being Responsible During This Trying Time! While the brick-and-mortar store is temporarily closed in accordance with COVID-19 response guidelines, Bryans … more
Swan Realty was formed in 2014 in Red River. Owner Rob Swan had obtained his qualifying broker license and decided to head out on his own. He started out by renting a desk in an existing office on Main Street until he found a building that would suit the needs of his new company. However, even after purchasing the new building, he was still the only broker. more
There’s always something interesting happening at Moreno Valley High School in Angel Fire, where students are immersed in a stimulating educational environment designed to help them discover and achieve their full potential. more
When you graduate from Taos Academy Charter School, the future is more than bright. The future is yours. more
In the heart of Taos is a vibrant community of individuals living life the way they like it among people who get where they’re coming from. more
In defiance of the corporate mentality becoming more and more prevalent in health care, one local nonprofit has made prioritizing people its mission. more
There’s a good chance you’ll never meet a more dedicated professional than a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Consider the brutal ordeal that is the Uniform CPA Examination required … more
How do you thank absolutely everyone? If you’re part of this community, you have the gratitude of Taos Feeds Taos. “I’m thankful to this community. It’s everybody coming together that makes this possible,” said the organization’s board president, Francis A. Córdova. more
Chevron Environmental Management Company announces that its Questa water treatment plant has discharged its billionth gallon of clean, treated water into the Red River. more
Taos-area artists and collectors who have trusted Creative Framing for years know that it takes an artist to fully appreciate the scope of what’s involved in preparing, preserving and maintaining a display piece. more
Taos Community Foundation has served the northern region of New Mexico as a leader in philanthropic services for over 20 years. The work of the community foundation is twofold: to create relationships with donors to maximize their charitable giving goals, and to link those charitable efforts to strengthen the mission of local nonprofit programs. The result is to address the wide array of community needs in the most meaningful way. more
If you’re in business in Taos County, you have a handy team of allies dedicated to helping you achieve your goals. The Taos County Chamber of Commerce looks after the interests of the local … more
When you fall in love with Taos, it pays to remember a piece of timeless advice for building a long-lasting relationship: you have to let Taos be Taos. Pam and Ray Guyer knew this instinctively when they moved from New Hampshire 18 years ago to buy Taos Spa and Tennis Club. more
The ebb and flow of Stray Hearts is reported to the Taos News each week. Curious how many dogs or cats are being held in the facility? more
Check out Stray Heart's weekly report. more
Having a hot tub at home brings relaxation, health benefits and the opportunity to connect with family and friends. Science is proving what our bodies have always known – … more
At Creative Framing, the staff is immersed in art. For more than 30 years, the artists and collectors in Taos have trusted Creative Framing to preserve and frame their paintings and other art. more
Sabroso Restaurant & Bar has introduced its new winter menu that features local bison, beef and vegetables. more
For Taos Community Foundation, one of the surprising offshoots of moving into a new location has been how many people have been walking in the door to talk about philanthropy. more
When Emily Benoist Ruffin designs a piece of jewelry, it is a mix of science, art, and inspiration. more
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