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A new study by New Mexico State University researchers examines the value of empathetic leadership in the American retail sector amid the COVID-19 pandemic. more
It’s hard to believe it, but there will come a time when COVID is not ruling our lives. But right now, it’s stealing not just health and wellbeing, it’s stealing jobs, students’ learning, our sense of community and the freedom to move about unencumbered. more
New Mexico State University and Dry Point Distillers have launched Pistol Pete’s Six-Shooter, the first collegiate-licensed whiskey in the country. more
Since 2017, Mountain View Market Co+op has helped provide Thanksgiving meals to local families in need through its “Round Up at the Registers” donation program. more
The radio show is called “Lo Mejor de Todo con Ruby Bada” (The Best of Ruby Bada” in English) and called “Ruby Bada Al Aire” (“On the Air”) on social media (Facebook, Instagram, You Tube and TickTok). more
The Las Cruces City Council voted unanimously Nov. 2 to approve $400,000 in Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) funds for LaSen, Inc., a Las Cruces company that specializes in aerial inspection and mapping services. more
The State of New Mexico's Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) Board has awarded more than $5.5 million to 18 companies across the state – including in Las Cruces and Deming – during September and October, in support of 803 new jobs, state Economic Development Dept. Sec. Alicia J. Keyes has announced. more
With a fabulous view of the Organ Mountains to the east, Big Tuna Pipe is open and operating on 13 acres at 1846 W. Amador Ave. more
Legacy Pecans is offering 11 Las Cruces gift boxes now available in-store and online. Each box features locally grown pecans from the Salopek family farm. more
Prent Corporation, the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of custom plastic, rigid thermoform packaging for the medical, electronics and consumer industries, will open a new manufacturing facility in Santa Teresa, N.M. more
The newly remodeled Walmart Supercenter at 571 Walton Blvd. has an expanded beer and wine section, among other changes. more
Our economic wellbeing is intertwined with the COVID pandemic. We are currently in recovery from the sharpest decline in economic activity in one month on record. The cause of that recession is the implementation of public health measures collectively referred to as lockdown. more
Arrowhead Park Executive Director Wayne Savage held a live virtual event Wednesday, Oct. 14, to talk about projects planned for the near future of the park. “We are entering into a new phase … more
Las Crucens Annette Mirabal and Laura Bruggemann have opened 4 Directions Integrative Mental Health at 125 W. Boutz Road and have begun accepting referrals from Las Cruces and surrounding areas. more
The City of Las Cruces Economic Development Department (LCEDD) was awarded more than $5.4 million earlier this month from a federal CARES Act Small Business Continuity Grant Program for FY2021 to help the city provide reimbursement funding to small businesses hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and public health emergency. more
Doña Ana County has received $1.32 million for preliminary engineering and federal environmental review for a grade-separated overpass above the Union Pacific Railroad line at the northern entrance of two industrial parks in Santa Teresa. more
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
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