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Grounds for celebration. Beck’s Express opened in June at 533 N. Main St., immediately south of Organ Mountain Outfitters. more
When a dispute arises that can’t be worked out between the parties, many turn to mediation as a way to seek compromise. more
With public schools trying to plan a way to open safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic, non-profit Las Cruces Academy (LCA) is up and running, molding young minds in the era of social distancing and distance learning. more
Leadership New Mexico has announced that Las Cruces businessman Russell Allen will serve as its 2020-2021 board chair. more
Sometimes when Arnold McMillan went to Hatch to buy and roast his green chile, some 35 years back, there would be red chile pods caught up in the green ones and he would just roast those too. Then he found the flavor improved. more
Matrix “Chop” Lidner, who turns 9 in August, is a maker of unique bracelets. more
The Emporium is again accepting donations and will reopen to the public on Thursday, July 9, said Heather Pollard and Joanne Achen, who are among the 12 volunteers who operate the antiques and gift shop at 106 S. Water St. in downtown Las Cruces. more
Blue Road Investments has broken ground on Westpark Building 1 in Santa Teresa, the company said in a June 17 news release. more
With the guidance of the New Mexico Department of Health and following directives from Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, Jardin de los Niños has re-opened Tuesday, June 16. more
Like other department heads at NMSU, I’ve been spending a lot of time working on the fall schedule. more
Film and media production are likely to have a faster and stronger recovery from COVID-19 than other industries, and Las Cruces could have an important role to play in Hollywood’s “new normal.” more
Las Cruces – like the rest of the state – is seeing businesses reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Safety precautions are in place, and social distancing is the new normal. more
Mountain View Market Cooperative (MVMC) – a longtime Las Cruces staple for local, natural, and organic foods, produce and wellness supplements – has adapted to COVID-19 with enhanced … more
Electronic Caregiver (ECG), a national health technology company based in Las Cruces, has hired former Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Intel executive Mark Francis as its chief digital health … more
Without question, COVID-19 has plunged us into far more than a health crisis. more
The New Mexico Economic Development Department (NMEDD) Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) board has approved funding for 20 New Mexico companies – including one in Las Cruces – to train 104 new employees and 24 interns, with an allocation of $2.5 million in May, NMEDD said in a news release. more
Bulletin reporter Mike Cook was at Paisano Café’s (next door to the Bulletin at 1740 Calle de Mercado) first dine-in customer at lunch today since the public health closure of all … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Tuesday, May 26, announced the state’s emergency public health order will be amended to permit limited outdoor dine-in services for most of the state beginning … more
Officials from an Albuquerque-based nonprofit think tank said Las Cruces could see a temporary and permanent loss of about 8,000 jobs because of COVID-19 and that it could take about four and … more
One thing taught to every young economist is that forecasting outside the sample is dangerous and that such forecasts are often little better than guesses. more
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