Business

Walmart To Re-Open In Mid Nov., No Firm Date Yet

by Robert / Nov 04, 2016 / comments
Photo shows Espanola Walmart Supercenter Store's newly repaved parking lot in front of the Garden Center and extending the front of the store. Note the new gray color scheme on exterior walls. Photo by ROBERT NARANJO/valleydailypost.com

Walmart To Re-Open In Mid Nov. No Firm Date Yet

By ROBERT NARANJO

Big 5 Opens Its Doors!

by Staff Reporter / Sep 23, 2016 / comments

Rancho de Chimayo Wins Prestigious James Beard Award

by Robert / Aug 10, 2016 / comments

"It Was Huge" - Florence Jaramillo On Awards In Chicago

By Robert A. Naranjo
Florence Jaramillo and her daughter, Laura, of the Rancho de Chimayo Restaurant, are shown here at the James Beard Foundation Awards Show in Chicago, IL. Jaramillo was awarded the James Beard Award For An American Classic Restaurant. She is wearing the award that was presented to her moments earlier. Jaramillo said she'd like to go back as a guest because being part of the show, which she said was like the Academy Awards with famous people giving out the James Beard Foundation Awards, was overwhelming and unbelievable.  Photo of image by Robert A. Naranjo/valleydailypost.com

Española Walmart Closing Temporarily For Repairs

by Staff Reporter / Aug 08, 2016 / comments
Photos of Espanola Walmart taken Monday afternoon. Valley Daily Post

Española Walmart Closing Temporarily For Repairs

Staff Report from Press Release

Guadalupe Credit Union Once Again Named "Top Workplace"

by Staff Reporter / May 17, 2016 / comments

 Guadalupe Credit Union, a community-focused credit union with six branches in northern New Mexico, has once again been named to The Albuquerque Journal’s Top Workplaces list for 2016. The Top Workplaces program, run by WorkplaceDynamics, is set up to recognize companies that have a great work environment in the Albuquerque area. The evaluation, conducted through a multiple question employee survey, is based purely on employees’ opinions of their companies...

Satview Cable Cut As JMEC Removes Cable Equipment Off Its Poles

by Staff Reporter / Apr 06, 2016 / comments

Satview Cable Cut As JMEC Removes Cable Equipment Off Its Poles

By Robert A. Naranjo

Espanola – Earlier this week local residents who rely on Satview for their cable television were suddenly disconnected from cable TV. When customers contacted Satview they were told that Jemez Mountain Electric Cooperative was responsible for removing transmission equipment.

Businessman Richard Cook Celebrates 90th Birthday On Good Friday

by Staff Reporter / Mar 25, 2016 / comments

Richard Cook, turns 90 year’s old, today, Good Friday, March 25, 2016. He was born in Española to Mr. & Mrs. W.P. Cook on today’s date in 1936. He remained in town, even with plenty of opportunities to move from his beloved Española, he never entertained the thought of it. Arguably one of the wealthiest persons in the state, he has always remained a hands-on working manager of all the businesses that bear his name, including the ones that don’t...

Businessman Richard Cook Celebrates 90th Birthday On Good Friday

by Staff Reporter / Mar 25, 2016 / comments

Richard Cook, turns 90 year’s old, today, Good Friday, March 25, 2016. He was born in Española to Mr. & Mrs. W.P. Cook on today’s date in 1936. He remained in town, even with plenty of opportunities to move from his beloved Española, he never entertained the thought of it. Arguably one of the wealthiest persons in the state, he has always remained a hands-on working manager of all the businesses that bear his name, including the ones that don’t...

Local Pizza Franchise Makes the Top 200 Franchise List

by Staff Reporter / Mar 21, 2016 / comments

The New Mexico based Pizza 9 franchise was recently named one of the Top 200 Franchises in the country by Franchise Business Review.

The Franchise Business Review ranks franchises based on franchisee satisfaction surveys. There are over 780,000 franchises in the United States, other franchise chains on the list included Denny’s, Wingstop, and Jason’s Deli...

Local Small Businesses Pow-Wow with NNSA And Politicos

by Staff Reporter / Feb 24, 2016 / comments

On rare occasion New Mexico’s entire congressional delegation gets together in the same place all at once. Last week, the state’s two senators and three representatives were all on hand at the Albuquerque Convention Center, along with the head of the National Nuclear Security Administration, Frank Klotz, to support a small business networking conference to address concerns local small busineeses have raised regarding procurement policies that are affecting jobs in northern New Mexico...

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