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January 2023

Questa  •  Red River  •  Cerro  •  Costilla  •  Amalia  •  Lama  •  San Cristobal

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Red River Ski Area

Red River Ski Area’s Linton Judycki continues his father’s legacy In 2007, 19-year-old Red River native Linton Judycki was hard at work training to make the US Ski Team —

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Cabresto Bakery

Fresh-baked Goodness from Just Down the Road You may have seen them over the summer at the Questa Farmers Market– the young couple selling the delicious baked goods, Luke and

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Entact

I am proud to thank and acknowledge the ongoing restoration work our business partner ENTACT (Environmental Tactics) is performing on Molycorp Miner Memorial Field. Their work will enable the Village

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Wildfire Fit

Wild Fire Fit
Fire Assessment Services
(575) 779-5937
wildfirefit.net
wildfirefit@gmail.com

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J&L POWERSPORTS

Two happy people doing what they love, two dogs, and a snake named Stew. What a cool thing, Questa’s previous pizza restaurant transformed into a specialized powersports repair shop with

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George Weiss, Five Star Cabinets

George Weiss, of Five Star Cabinets, has been making fine wooden cabinets and furniture in Questa for decades. He first came to Taos in 1970 from New York, and moved

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Village Stop & Go Tewa Lounge

This month’s featured business, Village Stop & Go/Tewa Lounge, is located in the heart of Questa right there at “The Light.” It is also at the heart of Questa in

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Northern Designing for the Region

Celina Rael Trujillo has spent her life (with the exception of some years when she attended PIMA Medical-Albuquerque to receive her pharmacy tech certification) in northern New Mexico. She was

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Imagine Education

By Dr. Stephanie Owens, Ph. D. Fluorescent lights illuminate the room. The bell rings, a door is opened, and the occupants shuffle out to the next appointed space. The lunchroom…

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A COOPERATIVE: METATE MILL

In New Mexico, we import 99% of what we eat. Many of us take that food for granted. Yet, the average supermarket holds only two to four days’ worth of

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