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Just in time to celebrate its 14th anniversary, Las Cruces-based digital-first marketing firm Sinuate Media added Electronic Caregiver to an already expansive client list that also includes Spaceport America and clients in more than a dozen U.S. states and several foreign countries. more
For more than 5 years, Roxanne Livingston ran two small businesses in Las Cruces with separate names, separate websites and separate contact information. Maintaining it all was exhausting. more
Many Americans dream of quitting their job and becoming their own boss. It turns out Las Cruces is one of the best places in the country to do it. more
On Jan. 23-24, the Border Industrial Association (BIA) hosted the fourth annual Border Economic Development Day at Hotel La Fonda in Santa Fe, said BIA President Jerry Pacheco of Santa Teresa, New Mexico. more
Jamie Langan is a native of New Jersey who went to school in New York and has opened a new interior design business in Las Cruces. After earning an associate degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan, Langan knew she was tired of the hustle and bustle of the big city. Her parents retired to Las Cruces in 2017, so she also moved to start her own business. Last November, she opened Studio Langan, Ltd. Co., an interior design firm of which she is the owner and principal designer. more
The Electric Sun Tattoo Studio is joining the Mandrake Fine Art & Botanica Gallery to officially introduce the two businesses in a grand opening event Saturday, Feb. 8, 3 to 8 p.m. at 501 ½ E. Hadley Ave. in Las Cruces. Tattoo artist Katie Mena’s work has a self-styled vintage look, with a focus on fine-line work, much of which is plant-based. Her custom and flash designs are often floral in nature as she creates detailed drawings which she then carefully works with her clients to wrap and textualize on their skin, bringing each work to life. more
Director of Operations Mike Watters was in Las Cruces Tuesday morning, Jan. 21, to announce that his company, Big Tuna USA, has signed a lease on a vacant 15,000-square-foot property on 7.5 acres at 1846 W. Amador Ave. and will open a manufacturing center there, creating 30 new jobs in Las Cruces during the next three years. 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
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
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
Griselda Martinez has taken over as director of the City of Las Cruces Economic Development Department (EDD). She had been interim director since last March, succeeding Phil San Filippo. She had served as the EDD’s deputy director since July 2017, when the department was created. “We’re very excited. We have a lot of good things happening,” Martinez said. 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
About the time Logan Sage graduated from Centennial High School, he also became a Las Cruces business owner. more
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
LAS CRUCES - If you haven’t been to NM Vintage Wines in Mesilla lately, you might be surprised by their recently expanded patio area. With an additional 200 square feet, the new outdoor … more
LAS CRUCES - The former owners of Firehouse Mobile Wood Fired Pizza, a popular staple of the Farmers & Crafts Market of Las Cruces, have decided to pass on the torch to someone else. Jeremiah … 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 - Partnership continues to drive innovative ways to better connect education to employment for students in Doña Ana County, including the much-discussed closing of the “soft … more
LAS CRUCES - Those who enjoy partying late into the night in a friendly environment can look for the new night club inside The Ramada Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham, 201 E. University … more
Marc Wright walked along Valley Drive in amazement. He hadn’t been back in Las Cruces for 25 years, and while he expected changes, he didn’t expect the bike lanes on Valley. The street holds a special meaning for him: back in 1986, his father, Clayton D. Wright, was riding a bicycle along Valley Drive when he was struck and killed, in front of Fire Station 3. more
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