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The City of Las Cruces Economic Development Department (CLCEDD) will partner with the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS) to co-host a free business workshop regarding creative … more
The New Mexico Field Office of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), in cooperation with the New Mexico Department of Agriculture, has published … more
A company that is planning to make New Mexico one of its first locations for a chain of specialized refrigerated warehouses has been awarded economic assistance from the New Mexico Local Economic … more
“The only constant is change,” said Greek philosopher Heraclitus. And indeed, that is true for The Bridge of Southern New Mexico in 2022. Three of our outstanding board members retired … more
Bulletin report Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s proposed executive budget recommendation includes increased funding for several initiatives related to the agriculture economy, emergency … more
2021 was a banner year for energy production in New Mexico, the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA) said in a Dec. 29 email. more
El Paso Electric (EPE) has named Eric Montgomery as a regional director of government affairs. more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “I wanted to go out on a high note, and we definitely did,” George Vescovo said after he sold his Toyota dealership to Viva Toyota, which took over … more
There is a lot of noise right now concerning inflation. People point to the rapidly rise prices, starting June last year and cumulating in a rate of 6.9 percent this November. This is the highest … more
“Women have unique needs and challenges in business,” said Sumer Rose-Nolen. That’s why Rose-Nolen and her friend and fellow Las Cruces business owner Marci Dickerson created The … more
The City of Las Cruces minimum wage increased to $11.50 an hour Jan. 1, 2022, the city said in a news release. The increase follows the state minimum wage. That is an increase of $1 per hour from … more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Talk about a sale! The Emporium, 106 S. Water St., is offering 50 percent off on everything in the store and 75 percent off on all Christmas items. The … more
The Goldfarb Law Firm has opened its new Las Cruces branch. The new Goldfarb Law Firm office in Las Cruces is located in the Western Heritage Bank building at 230 S. Alameda Blvd. Allan and … more
A new report from the New Mexico Tax Research Institute (NMTRI) shows the state’s oil and natural gas industry provided $5.3 billion in state and local tax revenue for fiscal year 2021 – … more
New Mexico continues to struggle with new unemployment claims, the personal finance website WalletHub said in a Dec. 9 news release. A WalletHub report shows weekly unemployment claims in New … more
Behind the Courtyard by Marriott Las Cruces, 456 E. University Ave., at New Mexico State University, nestled in a field south of University Avenue, is the Jose Fernandez Garden, a longtime alfalfa … more
New Mexico State University Regents Professor Rolston St. Hilaire received the Distinguished Leadership Award from the New Mexico chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects in … more
The New Mexico State University Collegiate National FFA Organization offers students a chance to continue leadership advancement opportunities and make an impact in their communities. “On … more
“It’s the end of an era,” Vescovo Toyota owner George Vescovo said Tuesday morning, Dec. 14. He sold the dealership ... more
Mayor Ken Miyagishima graduated from New Mexico State University with a bachelor of business administration in 1985. more
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