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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
Dona Ana County’s South Central Regional Transit District (SCRTD) is installing plexiglass shields to help protect bus drivers from COVID-19 transmission, and already has instituted ongoing vehicle-sanitation protocols to protect both drivers and passengers. more
About the time Logan Sage graduated from Centennial High School, he also became a Las Cruces business owner. 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 of the humorous aspects of an otherwise bleak situation is the disappearance of toilet paper from our store shelves allegedly caused by irrational hording. more
“This is a passion of mine,” said Amaro Winery founder and owner Bernd Maier. The German winemaker moved from his home near Baden-Baden, Germany, to southern New Mexico in 1983 to open a vineyard at Elephant Butte. He moved to Las Cruces in 1989, earned a master’s degree in agricultural economics from New Mexico State University and was the vintner at NMSU. He purchased 20 acres of land in Mesquite for his vineyard and opened Amaro Winery and tasting room in 2009. more
When the dust settles from the coronavirus pandemic recreational golf may very well find itself at a crossroads. more
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) joined a bipartisan letter to President Donald J. Trump urging him to eliminate payment … more
The City of Las Cruces is receiving mixed signals about its economic health based on its 2019 fourth-quarter analysis. The city’s unemployment rate (4.7 percent) is higher than the state … more
International Women’s Day is Sunday, March 8, and a recently formed Las Cruces group – The Association – highlights the impact of women who run local businesses and non-profits in our … more
Every year, Luna Rossa Winery enters its products into various regional, state and international competitions, and they enter 2020 boasting that when it comes to bottling Pinot Grigio, they compete … more
Judging by the stock market, investors are starting to take the novel coronavirus seriously. As of this writing (Feb. 28), the market is down 12 percent from its all-time high two weeks before. This … more
For 33 years, Jamie O’Hara has been on the scene in southern New Mexico providing magic- and music-based entertainment at various venues, homes and parties. He’s made a living at it, … more
During a Thursday, April 30, news conference, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced a new public health order, effective May 1-15. Here are statewide changes resulting from that new health order: … more
For New Mexico businesses, the state’s 529 college savings plan, also called the Education Plan, is a way to enhance employee-benefit offerings at no cost to the employer, although matching contributions are optional. more
Mesilla Valley Organics of Mesquite is one of five companies awarded business start-up grants in the first round of funding announcements coming from the New Mexico Economic Development (NMED) Department. more
Leadership New Mexico has announced that Las Cruces businessman Russell Allen will serve as its 2020-2021 board chair. more
Covid-19 is now spreading rapidly in all the major economies of the world. The economic impact of this will be large and almost certain to cause a recession. 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
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