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For brothers Justin and Cameron Vigil, the business they recently started combines their love of art and drawing, graphic design, having their own clothing line and being their own bosses. more
America was freshly done celebrating her 200th birthday in 1977, when a 25-year-old Las Cruces entrepreneur named Danny Gamboa decided to try his hand selling premium used cars from a small lot with … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has announced a new fund established by the New Mexico Coalition of Community Foundations to help New Mexico respond to and eventually recover from the COVID-19 … more
There are 1,500 of them in service, and about 80 percent are on the road at any given time, many carrying toilet paper, food and the other essentials that grocery stores have to restock onto their … more
Ximena Zamacona chose the name Full Circle for her La Mesa mushroom farm because mushrooms are “the ultimate recyclers,” she said. “We use a byproduct and transform it into food. I … more
The Las Cruces is facing economic downturn in response to state-mandated COVID-19 orders, and local tourism and hospitality service workers are among the largest group to feel the effect. Thanks to a … more
Virgin Galactic’s first SpaceShipTwo test flight from Spaceport America took wing on Friday, May 1, marking the inaugural solo flight of VSS Unity in New Mexico. Pilots Dave Mackay and CJ … more
Starting a business in the best of circumstances is difficult, but Sara Armijo said trying to launch Lazy Dog Billiards Club (LDBC) during the COVID-19 pandemic has been among the most challenging … more
While medical professionals are being hailed as frontline heroes in the battle against the COVID-19 virus, at least one Las Cruces medical facility is shutting down in the throes of the … more
LAS CRUCES - Driving down West Picacho Avenue, you may have noticed a rather large pink polka-dotted elephant greeting passersby from the side of the road.   This elephant is just one of the … 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
Aaron Villarreal opened Hygia Pain Institute in Las Cruces last April to provide non-surgical pain management that includes science, technology and even meditation. Villarreal is a nurse anesthetist and a graduate of the Advanced Pain Management Fellowship at Texas Christian University. That makes him one of only about 50 practitioners in the nation with that background, he said. He also belongs to the nonprofit U.S. Pain Foundation, which was created by people with chronic pain issues. more
Your trash bins are filthy, and a new veteran-owned Las Cruces business aims to change that. New Mexico Under Pressure (NMUP) comes directly to customers’ homes to – among other things – make those bins shine like new and smell pretty. more
For those who simplistically state that it is their American right not to wear a mask, they are wrong, because the right they claim conflicts with other’s right to go into public without being coated in virus-laden spittle. more
About 15 years ago, a friend gave Jose Martinez a quartz crystal from Brazil. That “planted the seed” that grew into a trade-show booth and is now TruArt of the Earth shop, which opened last summer and features “exquisite crystals, minerals and gifts” at 2411 Calle de San Albino, just east of La Posta restaurant in Mesilla. more
At a Wednesday, May 13, news conference, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced a new state public health order mandating that “everyone in New Mexico will wear masks in public spaces.” … more
With her view from the top floor of the tallest building in Las Cruces, Addison the Virtual Caregiver has a clear view all the way to the Organ Mountains and beyond – way beyond. With $55 million invested and eight years of clinical research behind her, Addison will “blow the lid off patient engagement” in 2020, said Tony Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Electronic Caregiver (ECG), the Las Cruces-based medical-technology company that created Addison. “This is transforming the entire care continuum.” more
As we go through the coronavirus crisis, we are all, first and foremost, concerned about the health of our loved ones and communities. But the economic implications of the virus have also weighed … more
Dry Point Distillers is known for serving up fine spirits and cocktails to the Mesilla Valley and beyond. But during the COVID-19 crisis, the boutique distillery at 1680 Calle de Alvarez has switched … more
A very cool thing is happening in Las Cruces, but the person working to put it all together doesn’t want any recognition. We’ll call him Saint. Saint saw a recent news story about a … more
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