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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
Electronic Caregiver President Joe Baffoe delivers a $2,500 donation check to Casa de Peregrinos (CdP) emergency food program Executive Director Lorenzo Alba to help feed the hungry this holiday season. Because of the rising cost of food, the Hope for the Holidays Thanksgiving food distribution will be incredibly impactful this year. CdP plans to provide about 4,000 food boxes throughout Doña Ana County. more
The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce (GLCCC) 2020 Leadership Las Cruces class (LLC27) – the longest in the 27-year history of the program – came to an end Dec. 3 as participants graduated with a lunch program at Memorial Medical Center (MMC). “We support each other in this community,” MMC CEO John Harris told the class. more
There is so much life-changing work going on in our community - thanks to the committed individuals who comprise our nonprofit sector. However, none of us could do our work without the funders behind … more
Businessman and New Mexico State University alumnus Richard Leza has been named the third inductee into the NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame, NMSU said in a Dec. 1 news release. Born in Laredo, Texas, Leza’s family moved to Placitas, a colonia of Hatch, New Mexico, where he spent his childhood as the fourth of 10 children with a single mother. He worked in the fields picking crops and was the only member of his family to finish college. Leza was a co-founder, president and chair of Hispanic-Net, a nonprofit dedicated to creating a network of successful Hispanics to improve and enhance entrepreneurial opportunities for Hispanics in high-tech, the news release said. more
Stampede Meat, Inc. of Sunland Park was among 10 New Mexico companies to receive state Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) funds in November, New Mexico Economic Development Department (EDD) Sec. Alicia J. Keyes announced in a news release. more
Citizens Bank officially broke ground on its eighth full-service location in November and will complete a new branch on Sonoma Ranch Boulevard at Bataan Memorial West in 2022. more
Working to enhance the future of fashion, the New Mexico State University Aggie Fashion Club (AFC) locked in a partnership this year with the National Retail Federation (NFR) that will expand its platform for students. more
The City of Las Cruces has named Elizabeth Teeters as director of its Economic Development Department (EDD). more
With the holiday season just around the corner, an economics professor at New Mexico State University said the time to shop for gifts is now. more
New Mexico’s first clean energy technology support pipeline is now looking for applicants ready to take their business ideas or a business already up and running to full market readiness. more
Dry Point Distillers and Livingston Bridal and Events will host Small Business Saturday Market from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 27, in the parking lot they share at the 1680 Calle de Alvarez, one block behind First American Bank, 1553 Avenida de Mesilla. more
The last decade has been difficult for New Mexico. While our neighboring states have been able to attract new industries paying higher wages, New Mexico has stagnated. But now, New Mexico enjoys a record surplus, thanks to the boom in the energy patch. more
The New Mexico Oil & Gas Association’s (NMOGA) Brighter Future Fund awarded $100,000 in grant funds in November to 15 New Mexico nonprofits, including three based in Las Cruces, NMOGA said in a news release. Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region received $7,500, El Caldito soup kitchen received $5,000 and the New Mexico State University Foundation received $10,000, NMOGA said in a news release. more
Before we rush into the frenzy of the holiday season, which may be even more frustrating this year thanks to global supply chain issues, it’s important we not just see Thanksgiving as a speed bump between now and Black Friday. more
After weeks of anticipation, New Mexico State University and Sodexo debuted their first Yo-Kai ramen vending machine – which is also the first such machine in New Mexico – on Nov. 1 at Garcia Hall. more
Valley Homes, a manufactured home retailer in Las Cruces, celebrated its second anniversary Nov. 2 by donating $10,000 to Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH), MVCH Executive Director Nicole Martinez said. more
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