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The City of Las Cruces has named Elizabeth Teeters as director of its Economic Development Department (EDD). more
With the holiday season just around the corner, an economics professor at New Mexico State University said the time to shop for gifts is now. more
New Mexico’s first clean energy technology support pipeline is now looking for applicants ready to take their business ideas or a business already up and running to full market readiness. more
Dry Point Distillers and Livingston Bridal and Events will host Small Business Saturday Market from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 27, in the parking lot they share at the 1680 Calle de Alvarez, one block behind First American Bank, 1553 Avenida de Mesilla. more
The last decade has been difficult for New Mexico. While our neighboring states have been able to attract new industries paying higher wages, New Mexico has stagnated. But now, New Mexico enjoys a record surplus, thanks to the boom in the energy patch. more
The New Mexico Oil & Gas Association’s (NMOGA) Brighter Future Fund awarded $100,000 in grant funds in November to 15 New Mexico nonprofits, including three based in Las Cruces, NMOGA said in a news release. Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region received $7,500, El Caldito soup kitchen received $5,000 and the New Mexico State University Foundation received $10,000, NMOGA said in a news release. more
Before we rush into the frenzy of the holiday season, which may be even more frustrating this year thanks to global supply chain issues, it’s important we not just see Thanksgiving as a speed bump between now and Black Friday. more
After weeks of anticipation, New Mexico State University and Sodexo debuted their first Yo-Kai ramen vending machine – which is also the first such machine in New Mexico – on Nov. 1 at Garcia Hall. more
Valley Homes, a manufactured home retailer in Las Cruces, celebrated its second anniversary Nov. 2 by donating $10,000 to Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH), MVCH Executive Director Nicole Martinez said. more
The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) has announced the final application round for the $200 million Business Recovery Grant Program (BRGP). The application deadline is Tuesday, Dec. 7. more
Doña Ana Community College’s (DACC) Advanced Technologies Division has received a replacement truck as a donation from El Paso Electric (EPE). more
“It was a great event,” Doña Ana Community College Arts Department Chair Matt Byrnes said about DACC’s 10 x 25 Conference. The “regional networking opportunity” held Oct. 14-15 at the Las Cruces Convention Center achieved its goal of connecting creators, innovators, educators and entrepreneurs,” Byrnes said. more
Elephant Butte Irrigation District (EBID) shared its more than 100 years of history with visitors to its booth during the New Mexico State University’s AG Day celebration at NMSU. more
The state of New Mexico and a local economic development fund have pledged more than $2 million in economic assistance to Wind Turbine & Energy Cables Corp. (WTEC) to redevelop an empty facility in Chamberino, about 25 miles south of Las Cruces, and create 315 manufacturing jobs in New Mexico, the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance (MVEDA) announced Oct. 15. The New Jersey-based WTEC manufactures wire cable that powers both solar and wind energy units, MVEDA said in a news release. more
Nusenda Credit Union, the state’s largest credit union, participated in Community Day Oct. 11. more
A New Mexico State University study shows that the Santa Teresa port of entry (POE) and Santa Teresa industrial parks were responsible for nearly 6,000 jobs in 2020 and more than $1 billion in total output. more
It was an all-star cast Tuesday morning, Oct. 5, as leaders from the City of Las Cruces and Las Cruces Public Schools joined Tresco Inc. administrators and clients for a breakfast at New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum to celebrate National Disability Employment Month, which continues through the end of October. more
As with many things, Covid has turned the real-estate market topsy-turvy. Rather than the more typical fall in housing prices in a recession, this time prices are up. Here in Las Cruces, for example, the August median home price increased by 27 percent compared to a year previous. more
As a community, we have amazing groups of people rallying around our children to help them prepare for their futures. Educators, afterschool program facilitators, non-profit organizations, businesses providing internships to high-school students and numerous other big-hearted community members invest in this next generation to help them chart the course to a great life. more
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $1.5 million CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant to the City of Anthony, New Mexico to support construction of an urgent care medical facility there. more
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