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Butterflies, bees, families, teachers and artists are all welcome at U-Pick Mesilla Valley Apples off Shalem Colony Trail, where the apple trees are currently in full bloom. more
Former Las Cruces Home Builders Association (LCHBA) President Kimball Hakes wanted to do something to benefit the community as the association celebrated its 55th anniversary in 2014. more
Citizens Bank opened in April 1970, 51 years ago. The bank had 50th anniversary plans slated for 2020, but just as so many other activities, they were postponed by the pandemic. more
A second Jim Bobs BBQ location opened at Las Cruces International Airport in late 2020 with a mouth-watering menu that is available to “eat in (depending on the state’s red-to-green framework) and cart out.” (I looked for a fly-through window; I guess that’s coming later.) more
Las Cruces-based Hakes Brothers has announced the opening of Metro Central, a new-home community situated in an emerging area of Las Cruces that offers access to services, schools and attractions. more
Las Cruces-based creative agency NMCO Media has received two Silver American Advertising Awards. The American Advertising Federation annually hosts a competition to recognize creative media produced in advertising. more
At the one-year mark of the COVID pandemic, we’re all pretty familiar with COVID numbers. Throughout the crisis, we at The Bridge of Southern New Mexico have been keeping our eyes on other numbers relevant to the cataclysmic chain reaction of impacts brought on by the COVID-19 shutdowns. more
As a result of a study conducted at New Mexico State University in 2019, a new website, Unidos. United., was established to improve internal communications and to motivate, celebrate and educate the campus community. more
Ann and Michael Siewert had a successful and popular fabric shop in Las Vegas, New Mexico they had been running for 11 years or so. They decided it would be a good thing to move their business to Las Cruces. more
Eric Montgomery, Vice President of Business Development at the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance (MVEDA) has been announced as a recipient of the 2021 Economic Development 40 Under 40 … more
New Mexico State University’s College of Business will house a new resource hub dedicated to promoting business expansion and economic development in New Mexico’s southern border region. more
Even as Electronic Caregiver works closely with the Las Cruces medical community during the COVID-19 pandemic, the tele-health company continues to grow and to expand its services across the country and around the world. more
The City of Las Cruces is taking a major move forward to attract new businesses to the city’s industrial park located on the West Mesa. At a City Council Work Session on February 22, Senior Real Estate Specialist Cilicia Villegas presented a new name for the industrial area, now called the Las Cruces Innovation & Industrial Park. more
The work underway in Doña Ana County to build strong, seamless pathways between education, employment in well-paying careers and economic development secured an important boost from a longtime partner in innovation in Southern New Mexico. more
The dozen or so volunteers who run The Emporium have all received their second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and so The Emporium, 106 S. Water St., reopened Thursday, March 4, said long-time volunteer Heather Pollard. more
Statistics compiled by the New Mexico International Business Accelerator (NMIBA) show the state’s exports were down in 2020, part of a statewide, nationwide and global downturn caused by the health pandemic. more
Because the pandemic has made it clear that an online presence is more important than ever for every business, a local nonprofit is partnering with national web-hosting company Go Daddy to help small businesses create that presence. more
The Southwest Outreach Academic Research (SOAR) Evaluation & Policy Center at New Mexico State University “is a perfect example of an entrepreneurial venture,” said Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Karen Trujillo, Ph.D. more
Central Loan Company’s longtime office at 104 S. Water St. sits empty after its owners consolidated operations at the 2607 N. Main St. location. more
The New Mexico Economic Development Department’s (EDD) Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) Board has approved grants to train 232 New Mexico workers (230 trainees and two interns) – including more than 150 in Las Cruces, Mesilla Park and Deming – EDD Sec. Alicia J. Keyes said in a news release. more
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