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When the dust settles from the coronavirus pandemic recreational golf may very well find itself at a crossroads. 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
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
Three airports in Dona Ana County are in line to receive federal stimulus funding announced last week by the offices of Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich. 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
New round of federal funding expected to go fast, on first-come, first-served basis ALBUQUERQUE, NM – DreamSpring strongly encourages New Mexico businesses to submit applications immediately … more
Nationally, real-estate business activity is slowing, but many Realtors remain hopeful for a post-pandemic market rebound, according to a new survey from the National Association of … more
Las Cruces has been stepping up to support its eateries in their times of need. Since sitting areas are closed, and to-go or home delivery are the only options, some restaurants are looking at new … more
For nearly five years of his childhood, Marco Olvera used toilet paper rolls as toy soldiers and watched television lying on the floor so he could see under a closed door. From the ages of 8 and … more
The COVID-19 pandemic represents a huge labor market shock. Regional lockdowns have forced the layoffs and furloughs of millions of workers, disrupting long-term relationships between employers and … more
City council special meeting. During an April 17 special meeting, the Las Cruces City Council allocated $139,500 to provide additional support to the community through local nonprofits and other … more
Even as the price of oil has dropped dramatically because of COVID-19, the organization that represents the oil and gas industry in New Mexico is contributing $50,000 to organizations in Las Cruces … more
The literal upending of our collective lives in response to COVID-19 has given us a new-found appreciation for basic things to which we used to not give even a second thought, like toilet paper, … more
There’s good news and there’s bad news on the financial front in the age of COVID-19.The good news is that the Treasury Department changed course last week and announced that … more
El Paso Electric has donated $10,000 to the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico’s TogetherLas Cruces fund. The donation is intended to bolster the fund that assists non-profits … 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
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
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