Business

NCRTD Receives Unmodified Opinion With No Findings In Its FY2015 Audit Report

by Carol Clark / Feb 07, 2016 / comments

The North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) has received an Unmodified Opinion with no findings and no carryovers as reported in its Fiscal Year 2015 Independent Auditor’s Report.

The findings, which have been verified by the New Mexico State Auditor’s office, were presented today at the NCRTD monthly Board meeting by Farley Vener, president of Hinkle and Landers, P.C., which conducted the audit.

Ford Dealership Coming To Espanola?

by Staff Reporter / Feb 06, 2016 / comments

The Espanola City Council voted to approve an ordinance of sale for 6 acres of city owned land during their last council meeting, Monday, Feb. 1, paving the way for a return of a Ford car dealership to the Espanola area.

The proposed sale would transfer the land immediately behind Washington Federal Bank on Fairview Drive to the Krumland Auto Group...

Small Business Industry Day

by Staff Reporter / Jan 26, 2016 / comments

Small businesses in northern New Mexico wishing to do business with DOE facilities such as Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratory may be interested in a special industry day event on Feb. 18.

The Supply Chain Management Center (SCMC), a DOE/NNSA government contracting clearinghouse will be hosting an information session for small businesses

New Mexico Magazine: State’s 'Movers & Makers'

by Staff Reporter / Dec 29, 2015 / comments

The January 2016 special issue of New Mexico Magazine takes a departure from its typical travel focus and celebrates the success stories of the “Movers and Makers” who are driving the startup movement and impacting economic development within the state.
 

RDC Taps Liddie Martinez As Executive Director

by Carol Clark / Dec 03, 2015 / comments

The Regional Development Corporation (RDC) recently named Liddie Martinez as its incoming executive director. She succeeds Kathy Keith, who assumed the role of director of Community Programs at Los Alamos National Laboratory in August...

Food Entrepreneur Workshop with Delicious New Mexico

by Staff Reporter / Nov 27, 2015 / comments

All individuals interested in becoming a food entrepreneurs or taking your restaurant to the next level, you are invited to participate in a workshop with Delicious New Mexico and tour the Food Venture Center in Española  on Thursday, Dec. 3. 

City & Chamber Hosting After Hours Social Hour

by / Nov 19, 2015 / comments

The City of Española  and the Española  Valley Chamber of Commerce are hosting an  afterhours social hour today at the Mision y Convento on the Plaza from 5:30 to 7:30.

Credit Union’s Community Outreach Makes A Difference

by Staff Reporter / Oct 26, 2015 / comments

Zia Credit Union employees, their friends and family, along with Councilors Peggy Sue Martinez and Adrianna Ortiz rolled up their sleeves with the City of Española’s parks crew Ben Martinez and Jonathon Salazar to help clean and pull weeds at the Ranchitos Park...

Zia Credit Union Pays It Forward: Buy Gas, Lunch and Groceries For Random People At Española Businesses

by Staff Reporter / Oct 16, 2015 / comments

Zia Credit Union celebrated International Credit Union Day this past Thursday by making surprise purchases for people in select Española businesses. The people selected were then asked to "carry" the kindness forward at some point and help someone else out in the future.

Read on to hear some of the reactions of the people who received this "random act of kindness."

Column: Business Ethics

by Staff Reporter / Oct 12, 2015 / comments

Ethical business practices bring their own rewards by raising the performance and reputation of those who practice them. Businesses that set ethical guidelines and promote ethical behavior are demonstrating that honesty, respect and safety aren’t expendable when times are tough. Businesses that are willing to go beyond the minimum legal requirements of the market and to hold themselves and their employees to a high standard of moral behavior are bright spots in today’s economy...

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