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When it opens in 2024, the Mexican American Cultural Institute (MACI) will be the first-ever national cultural center on the United States-Mexico border and the first center in the U.S. more
When Denise Campbell opened Southwest Sport and Spine Center (SSSC) in Las Cruces May 1, 2000, the staff was comprised of herself (a licensed physical therapist) and an office manager. more
As the new treasurer-manager of the Elephant Butte Irrigation District (EBID), Dr. Patrick Sullivan is taking a reflective approach as he works with the EBID Board to position the district to meet … more
Hakes Brothers, a regional homebuilder headquartered in Las Cruces, has made a $6,000 donation to Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region of Las Cruces to support the nonprofit’s Mudd for … more
Las Cruces now has a Burlington Store. It opened its doors June 17 at 2352 E. Lohman Ave. and is the fifth Burlington in New Mexico. The store includes apparel for men, women and children; baby … more
Doña Ana Community College (DACC) is hosting a job fair and career expo for those interested in a career in emergency services.  The fair will be held on Thursday, June … more
One of the statistics that has always fueled my passion for, and urgency in, the work in Doña Ana County is our poverty rate. One in every four people in our county live in poverty (26 … more
“Hearing loss doesn’t discriminate,” Expert Hearing Care (EHC) of Las Cruces audiologist Dr. Allie Lambert said. Although the tipping point for hearing loss is often … more
Tuff Shed, Inc., America’s leading supplier of storage buildings and garages, hosted a grand opening June 10-11 to celebrate its new Las Cruces location at 3231 N. Main St., Suite B, Tough Shed … more
Hillrise Pharmacy is a locally owned and operated pharmacy serving Las Cruces and was born out of the desire to help people better manage their drug therapies through patient advocacy and thorough … more
Between 150 and 200 local business owners and residents attended a June 2 public safety forum hosted by the Las Cruces Home Builders Association (LCHBA). The meeting was held because of concerns … more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Editor’s note: The prices quoted for coins in this story reflect precious metals markets for mid-May 2022 and are subject to change. Buying silver and … more
The Omega chapter of the Internal Society for Key Women Educators Delta Kappa Gamma 2022-23 officers were inducted during a ceremony in May at Picacho Hills Country Club. They are, left to right, … more
A motorcycle rear suspension design currently under evaluation “has shown it can provide significantly faster lap times for racing as well as offering beneficial safety improvements to all … more
The Healthy Workplaces Act of 2021 is a law requiring all private employers in New Mexico to allow employees to accrue and use a benefit called earned sick leave. It takes effect July 1. The act … more
Kids Can! popup market and Doña Ana Community College Kids College are partnering to offer youth entrepreneur camps this summer. more
Employees of MountainView Regional Medical Center (MVRMC) are now eligible for new and enhanced benefits designed as pathways to help them eliminate existing student debt faster, pursue additional … more
The pandemic has spurred a rapid increase in a host of trends, but perhaps none more dramatic than the changing world of work. more
When Covid hit, New Mexico’s unemployment did not rise as high as the rest of the country, possibly partially due to an existing elevated rate. Unemployment has remained higher than national … more
Socks, cakes, cool art, granola, candles and jewelry were among the prize winners during the Kids Can Fiesta de la Primavera Youth Market held May 14 at Plaza de Las Cruces. The winners … more
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