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The New Mexico Chamber of Commerce launched into 2021 with a business-led, strategic plan for New Mexico’s economic recovery. more
You can travel the world for some exotic tastes, or you can visit the Old Barrel Tea & Spice Company in Mesilla. With teas and international spices carrying the flavors of South Africa, South America, Japan and Serbia to a little store in southern New Mexico, every visit becomes an adventure. more
The New Mexico Economic Development Department (NMEDD) has published the most recent series of county economic reports with detailed economic and employment data for all 33 counties, as well as a statewide snapshot for the first quarter of the 2021 fiscal year – July, August and September 2020 – during the COVID-19 public health emergency, NMEDD said in a news release. more
A new analysis from the nonpartisan New Mexico Tax Research Institute reports state revenue from oil and natural gas production in New Mexico totaled $2.8 billion in FY20, accounting for 33.5 percent of total state spending, the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA) said in a news release. more
A third Taiwanese company is locating a manufacturing operation near the Santa Teresa Port of Entry, New Mexico Economic Development Department (NMEDD) Sec. Alicia J. Keyes has announced. Cymmetrik signed a lease and is set to begin operations in New Mexico early this year. more
Hakes Brothers – owned and operated by Kimball, Chris and Josh Hakes -- has announced the release of homesites at Red Hawk Villas (RHV), a new-home community surrounded by amenities that include golf, community parks and views of the Doña Ana Mountains. more
Business consultation and connection to resources are tools the City of Las Cruces’ Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) program is using to invigorate local businesses, boost their staying power and enhance their opportunities for growth and competitiveness. more
Protecting the climate and helping clean energy grab hold in big ways are among the new goals of New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, which has received an Energy Program for Innovation Clusters (EPIC) award from the U.S. Department of Energy (USDE). more
Arista Development of Las Cruces received five awards in the Las Cruces Home Builders Association’s (LCHBA) 2020 Showcase of Homes, Arista said in a news release. more
New Mexico State University and Estas Manos Coffee Roasters have launched “A” Mountain Roast, the latest in NMSU’s growing line of collegiate-licensed products. A portion of the proceeds will support NMSU’s more than 400 student-athletes. more
The City of Las Cruces  Minimum  Wage  Ordinance will increase on Jan. 1, 2021 to $10.50 an hour. The hourly wage for tipped employees will be $4.20 an hour, plus any … more
Dino Cervantes, a local farmer, chile processor and New Mexico State University alumnus, has been named this year’s inductee in the NMSU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame, NMSU’s Arrowhead Center and the Office of the Vice President for Research announced this week. more
I want to argue for a coffee standard in money! A standard that would be enforced not by national governments but by Starbucks. Let me explain. more
Vince Vaccaro was cooking before he was tall enough to see the top of the stove. He spent time living with each of his grandmothers, one of whom was barely taller than the 7-year-old Vince. more
Samantha Kindred and Kaleigh Jones worked at a coffee shop in Mesilla and found they had something powerful in common – a love of baking. more
Just before Thanksgiving, an appropriate time for a grateful man, Conniff retired from his career as a pediatric dentist, nearly 45 years after he first set up shop in Las Cruces. more
A report written by a professor and a doctoral student in New Mexico State University’s Department of Economics, Applied Statistics and International Business shows that New Mexico continues to rank in the bottom 10 among states in terms of economic diversity. more
Uninsured Las Cruces residents who need medical care now have a new option at Medicina Del Sol Direct Primary Care, (MDSDPC), owned and managed by Dr Deborah Thorne. more
There’s a place in Las Cruces where companion animals are coddled and groomed by a staff of 10. David and Joy Jones opened Your Pet Space in 2015 and moved it to a new location in 2019. more
The Doña Ana County International Jetport at Santa Teresa has finished a $9 million project to increase its capacity to land cargo planes. more
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