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 By Lisa Bailey    News    February 16, 2018

Mary Moves Downtown

Mary's Alterations, formerly located on West Aztec Boulevard, has moved to the Quilt It Ya! Ya! location at 201 S. Church, centrally located adjacent to the historic downtown Aztec business district....

 

Aztec Chamber of Commerce, The Voice Of Business

"The Voice of Business" by Jacque Ritchie & Lisa Bailey TALON Did you know that the Aztec Chamber is one of the oldest service organizations in Aztec? But its true! In 1893 Aztec formed the...

 
 By TALON STAFF    News    February 9, 2018

AZTEC WELCOME WAGON

AZTEC WELCOME WAGON Join us, free, as we visit & welcome new community members :) Feb. 21, 9:00 a.m. Urban Rebel, 208 S. Main...

 
 By TALON STAFF    News    February 9, 2018

THE FUEL REVIEW

The Fuel Review 02.09.18 By TALON Staff Recently, TALON readers have asked: “Why are Durango fuel prices lower than Aztec?” TALON sees this hole in our coverage of local issues, & assigned a local reporter to the task. What follows is the first...

 

AZTEC MERCHANTS UNITED MEETING

AZTEC MERCHANTS UNITED MEETING February 28, 5:30 PM TALON Office, 408 S. Park Ave., Aztec Bring your ideas to promote Aztec Business...

 
 By Lisa Bailey    News    January 19, 2018

HOT YOGA IN AZTEC

Jennifer Bandy had a vision for an Aztec yoga studio, and today, her shop "Namaztec" is the result. Having practiced yoga for several years Jennifer reflected on what attracted her to yoga in the...

 
 By Bonnie Adams    News    January 12, 2018

LIL AZTEC FLOWER SHOP CELEBRATES ONE YEAR IN BUSINESS

The Lil Aztec Flower Shop has graced us with the beauty of both their flowers and their positive uplifting spirits for just over a year. Their shop is a bright point on Main Street. Since they opened...

 
 By Lisa Bailey    News    January 5, 2018

THE REJUVENATER

There is a palpable energy and excitement that 65-year-old entrepreneur Gary Collins exudes. He shows up crisp, well groomed, and his communication is very expressive; his hands and his facial...

 
 By TALON Staff    News    December 29, 2017

ARTS GROUP TO REVITALIZE THEATER

After Crash Music relocated in the last quarter of 2017, several arts community members expressed concern at the loss of a key entertainment venue in the area. As the group came together, it became...

 

AZTEC HUB LOOKS FOR PATH

The long-standing question of how to attract business to Aztec has been the subject of local debate for years. Out of this discussion has grown the HUB. The small business incubator known as the HUB was the 2015 brainchild of Mayor Sally Burbridge,...

 

AZTEC DOWNTOWN PLANS FOR RE-VITALIZATION

Souder Miller & Associates of Farmington, and Consensus Planning of Albuquerque are working with the City of Aztec to develop a re-vitalization plan using a Metropolitan Redevelopment Area (MRA) designation. This designation would allow the city to...

 
 By Renee Bailey    News    December 22, 2017

OPTIK ICARE IWEAR BRINGS EYE CARE TO AZTEC

Dr. Ian Kirste and his team bring comprehensive eye care to Aztec proper, opening Optik icare iwear on October 25th. With the opening of the beautifully remodeled space at 121 S. Main Ave, Dr. Kriste...

 
 By Lisa Bailey    News    December 15, 2017

MAKERS LOCAL OPENS ON MAIN AVE.

Laura Miller of Makers Local recognizes the artist in all of us, “Art is probably every part of our life, we should never limit the definition.” Makers Local is a venue for local artists to show and sell their work. Art is accepted from artists...

 

20 YEARS IN AZTEC

Kelly Berhost reached a major milestone this year. Berhost is celebrating 20 years of helping Aztec residents protect what matters most to them – their families, their homes, their automobiles and their lives. “Time flies! It feels like just...

 
 By Lisa Bailey    News    November 10, 2017

URBAN REBEL OFFERS "UNIQUES"

Refreshing is the word that comes to mind when seeing, entering and speaking to new business Urban Rebel proprietor Sandi Harber. The storefront, located at 208 S. Main is vibrant and draws...

 

PAT THAI CAFE GRAND OPENING

J.R. Sykes (l) and Sandi Harber (r) from the Aztec Merchants United, welcome new owners of Pat Thai Cafe to Aztec at their grand opening, Saturday, Nov. 4. Pictured in center are (l to r) Kai Thip,...

 

FUN & RUSTIC OPENS IN AZTEC

"I've always been interested in natural history and art so I collect along those lines," said Fun and Rustic Antiques owner Dan Galvan. The Orange County, California native came to New Mexico in 1993...

 

80 YEARS WITH THE DUSENBERY'S

Autumn is upon us. Crisp mornings give way to warm afternoons, the aroma of roasting green chili fills the air. Here in Aztec this is also the time when local folk may take a moment to reflect on...

 
 By Renee Bailey    News    October 20, 2017

HARVEST TIME

Family is key to our community's success, and Kerby Orchards knows what it means to work together as a family to achieve a goal for the common good. Kerby Orchards began in 1945 on 20 acres by Tom...

 

PMS WELCOMES PRISCILLA ROTH-WALL

Presbyterian Medical Services (PMS) - Farmington Community Health Center (FCHC), is pleased to welcome Priscilla Roth-Wall, Ph.D., MSCP. Ms. Roth-Wall is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with more than 30 years in health psychology. She is a member...

 

MERCY HOSPICE HOUSE

Mercy Hospice House, a new residential hospice facility on the Mercy Regional Medical Center campus, opened for patient care on Tuesday, October 3. Mercy Hospice House’s hospice-trained professionals will provide 24-hour care, and other staff will...

 

CRASH MUSIC PLANS TO CLOSE

"People take the power of music for granted," according to George Rowe. Crash Music, based in the Historic Aztec Theater for the last five years, is closing up shop in November. Along with teaching...

 

KICK-A-THON WINNER

Over one thousand kicks were thrown this weekend at Aztec Karate Academy during the first kick-a-thon. A total of $2,958.85 was raised to benefit IGW Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The funds from the...

 

STUDIO CHANGES OWNERS

Boston Music Studios now has new owners. Taylor and Cherise Dugger of Bloomfield purchased the studio from Boston Henke in mid-August. Henke, the founder and former owner sold her downtown studio to...

 

BANK EARNS RECOGNITION

Four Corners Community Bank recently earned top-level distinction for its workplace policies by Family Friendly New Mexico. This statewide project, developed by the New Mexico Task Force on Work Life Balance, recognizes businesses that have adopted...

 

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