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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
During the time of COVID-19, many elderly people are isolated and alone. At least one local company works each day to alleviate the loneliness. more
Isolation and social distancing have proven to be great tools for flattening the curve of COVID-19, but isolation and lack of physical touch can lead to depression and other mental-health issues. more
Banks in Las cruces are busy processing loans for businesses that are taking advantage of the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) authorized by the COVID-19 relief package from the federal government. more
LAS CRUCES – Consumers searching for New Mexico agricultural products may find items listed on the New Mexico Department of Agriculture website. “During this unprecedented time, there … more
Area business owners using new strategies to find customers during the COVID-19 pandemic are being featured in a program by New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center and the City of Las Cruces that will help shine a light on local businesses, Arrowhead Center said in a May 5 news release. more
MountainView Regional Medical Center (MVRMC) resumed outpatient elective services May 11. The hospital is following Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s latest public-health order allowing elective … more
Arista means ridge or edge in English, and Arista Development is putting the name to good use, as it moves to the cutting edge of the smart-home movement in Las Cruces, offering online home tours in … more
“A bright spot in the current (public health) crisis is that construction on new buildings and infrastructure remains brisk in Santa Teresa,” said Border Industrial Association President … more
In 2018, Lea Wise-Surguy chose Las Cruces as her laboratory for a new idea that she’d been putting together in Dayton, Ohio. The laboratory now operates as Cruces Creatives (CC) at the 205 E. … 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
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
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
Personal finance website WalletHub said 33.5 million Americans have lost their jobs as of May 6 because of COVID-19, and that New Mexico’s unemployment rate increased 2,324 percent April 2020 … more
Face coverings ordered by governor During a May 5 news conference, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham issued these orders regarding wearing masks to stop the spread of COVID-19: Effective May 6: … 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
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