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The New Mexico Film Office (NMFO) announced that in fiscal year 2021, despite the global shutdown of production due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has recorded an estimated $623 million in direct spend by film and television productions in New Mexico, breaking all previous state records. more
A report issued in mid-July by the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA) and the American Petroleum Institute (API) shows that New Mexico’s oil and natural gas industry added almost $19 billion to the state’s gross domestic product in 2019, NMOGA said in a news release. more
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico’s (CFSNM) 100 Who Give Founders Circle will host an outdoor fundraiser from 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday, July 29, at CFSNM, 2600 El Paseo Road. more
Doña Ana Community College (DACC) student and Sunland Park resident Ta’Juana Williams won a silver medal at a recent national competition. more
The rapid economic recovery from the Covid recession is remarkable. Just a year ago, many feared that economic recovery from the pandemic might take a five years or more. In June last year, Fed Chair Jay Powell was predicting that full recovery would take 30 months. more
Nusenda Credit Union opened its first Las Cruces branch at 1715 E. University Ave., located in Pan Am Plaza across from New Mexico State University. more
Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Debbi Moore participated in 671 Zoom meetings during the year following state public health orders closed businesses because of Covid. She still remembers the very first one. more
Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Debbi Moore participated in 671 Zoom meetings during the year following state public health orders closed businesses because of Covid. ... more
New Mexico’s economic recovery from the pandemic is wholly dependent on how well we can build an “ecosystem of opportunity” between New Mexicans looking for work and our businesses and employers who desperately need them. more
WNM Communications has named John P. Muñoz as sales and engagement director for New Mexico. more
Construction on the Interstate 25/University Avenue Project is expected to be completed in late summer, officials from the New Mexico Department of Transportation said in a project summary. more
Helping people get back to work in living-wage jobs is vital to the economic recovery of individuals, families and communities of New Mexico. Thanks to the El Paso Electric’s Community Partner Program, a new campaign will help build awareness for some of the best career opportunities in Doña Ana County. more
After Randy McMillan and his wife, Carol, purchased the defunct subdivision now known as Mesilla Vineyard Estates south of Las Cruces in 2012, the longtime Las Cruces real estate broker “planted 10 acres of vineyard to bring ambience and life back to the property,” he said. more
The New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association (NMCGA) has created the “NMCGA Heritage Buckle” essay contest in all 33 counties of New Mexico. more
Manda Nevarez learned a lot about styling and about how (and how not) to run a business while working for a large styling-salon chain in Las Cruces for nearly 10 years. more
Savannah Chavarria is a 26-year-old single parent attending Doña Ana Community College. Thanks to a $6,000 Hakes Brothers STEM scholarship, her full tuition is pad for the 2021-22 academic year. more
Who isn’t fascinated with the machinations of our plutocratic overlords? That is why the recent ProPublica publication of the tax returns of our country’s 25 richest multibillionaires has generated such buzz. It turns out to the surprise of no one, the super-rich do not pay income taxes. more
“It was like flipping a switch,” Corner Deli owner Mark Stephens said about the collapse of his catering business when Covid-19 hit in March 2020. more
EVUS Inc., a Las Cruces-based sustainable and green energy company, is among five New Mexico companies that have received $25,000 each in science and technology business start-up grants awarded by the New Mexico Economic Development Department. more
Long before Covid, Doña Ana County set out on a comprehensive workforce development effort to ensure our people had access to everything they’d need to be a part of amazing careers right here in our community. more
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