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“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
Downtown Las Cruces is open for business. That’s the message from Jennifer Garcia Kozlowski, executive director of Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP), who said downtown businesses are working together to find ways of “hanging in there” during the pandemic and to thrive once the health emergency is over. more
There’s never been a more critical time to focus on unleashing the economic opportunity of people by strategically equipping them with the education and training that prepares them for well-paid careers here in Doña Ana County. more
Film Las Cruces (FLC) is a nonprofit established in 2015 to support and expand the film and media industry in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. FLC has contracts with the City of Las Cruces and Doña Ana County to promote and develop local film and television production. more
Calling the dairy industry “one of our biggest agriculture commodities,” U.S. Rep. Xochitl Torres Small, D-N.M., is urging U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and U.S. Department of Agriculture Sec. Sonny Perdue to enforce provisions of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) to protect New Mexico dairy farmers. more
Thousands of NMSU students returned to the New Mexico State University campus on Wednesday, Aug. 19, with typical excitement to begin the fall 2020 semester. But this first day of classes is unlike … more
The ongoing recession is a crisis like no other. GDP fell 9.5 percent in the third quarter, the sharpest decline on record. Here in New Mexico, employment is down by 8.3 percent since the onset of the pandemic. more
Amid COVID-19, assisted-living facilities are under scrutiny like never before, but The Heritage Assisted Living -- independently owned and operated by Trevas Younger since July 2016 – is moving through the pandemic. more
The Aug. 5 Santa Teresa Customs and Border Protection virtual meeting showed increases in commercial, private and pedestrian traffic at the Santa Teresa Port of Entry (STPOE), Border Industrial Association (BIA) President Jerry Pacheco said. more
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