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Even though this year’s fundraising dinner won’t be held because of the pandemic, the Las Cruces Dress the Child program is still raising funds and making plans to buy new clothes and … more
The nonprofit animal welfare organization BARKHOUSE, (formally Uncaged Paws, formed in 2010), is welcoming a television and film producer to Las Cruces to document BARKHOUSE’s foster network to … more
The Office of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Monday announced that it is soliciting applications for two positions on the board of regents for the New Mexico Institute of Mining and … more
What do you do when news isn’t news anymore, but narrative? How can you know what’s true and what’s not? How can we understand the issues we face and work together on solutions, if the information we receive is presented in a way that drives us to emotional reactions or drives us apart, rather than encouraging us to think critically together about the issues we face? more
Precure Chiropractic in Las Cruces has donated $7,560 to La Casa Inc., the only domestic-violence shelter in Las Cruces. more
Heather Salopek of Legacy Pecans decided there had to be a way to help businesses and her community survive during the COVID-19 pandemic. “I saw firsthand the impact that COVID-19 was having on my retail business,” Salopek said. “I knew I was not the only small business experiencing this detrimental downturn in sales due to loss of customer traffic and especially, in my case, traffic from tourists.” more
As a response to COVID-19, NMSU’s Arrowhead Center and the City of Las Cruces have partnered to offer a business accelerator that incorporates a tailored curriculum geared to address transitioning any business to online spaces and focus on recovery from COVID-19. more
In late 2019, Dave Knapp decided the financial-management strategies he had employed for himself might be helpful for others, so he opened SmartCents Personal Financial Coaching from his home office. more
“Stuff the Bus,” the annual radio-station-led school supply drive that has benefitted Las Cruces Public Schools for more than a decade, had to be modified this year in response to public health orders related to COVID-19. more
Doña Ana County and the cities of Las Cruces, Anthony and Sunland Park will share in more than $17 million as part of almost $150 million in federal CARES Act grants to local governments and small businesses across the state to offset expenses related to COVID-19. more
Solstice Senior Living of Las Cruces, 151 N. Roadrunner Parkway, hosted an Aug. 25 back-to-school supply drive for the children of its employees, with a Google Chromebook as the featured raffle prize, said Solstice Director of Sales and Marketing Renee M. Segura. more
A report from the New Mexico Economic Development Department (NMEDD) shows that New Mexico “might be more resilient than first expected,” Deputy NMEDD Sec. Jon Clark said, despite the impact of COVID-19. more
The Fed has adopted changes to its policy, which might seem small but in fact have important implications for New Mexicans. more
Sumer Rose-Nolen has been named again as a member of the 2020 Executive Council of New York Life, which recognizes the top 21 percent of New York Life’s elite field force of more than 12,000 licensed agents in sales achievement. more
The Dyslexia Institute of Southern New Mexico, Inc. (DISNM) prides itself on providing the “highest quality multisensory dyslexia therapy in reading, math and written language.” more
The Emporium reopens. After a long COVID-19 break, the Emporium, 106 S. Water St., will re-open Thursday, Sept. 10, said volunteer Heather Pollard. more
New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center recently hosted a five-week virtual, cohort-based venture builder for New Mexico innovators in agriculture. The cohort’s participants saw successes for their businesses which could go on to bolster the economic impact of different agricultural industries throughout the state. more
La Tienda: it’s not just for the ladies anymore. La Tienda de Jardin is now accepting donations of men’s clothing and will soon open a new men’s section at 335 La Colonia St. more
COVID-19 has driven change in connectivity and community in the strangest ways. Grocery shopping and eating out has become less mobile physically while being more technologically mobile through apps and online ordering. more
Affordable housing has long been a goal for people establishing their careers and settling down. In las Cruces, Valley Homes is dedicated to helping people put down roots with a home. more
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