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The Las Cruces CCC Schoolhouse Rehabilitation Project is nearing completion. Human Systems Research, Inc. (HSR) would like to express its heartfelt gratitude to the highly talented volunteers who are bringing this dream to fruition. more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Since 1955, Wilfred E. “Eddie” Binns has built more than 2,500 homes and about 3,000 apartments and has developed more than 4,000 lots in Las Cruces … more
The New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association (NMCGA) is sponsoring its second annual Heritage Buckle Contest in all 33 New Mexico counties, NMCGA said in a news release. Youth ages 9-15 are … more
New Mexico State University Dining Services is welcoming local restaurant Molcajete’s to campus. The restaurant, which will replace Aggie Grill inside Gerald Thomas Hall, will serve traditional … more
Two Las Cruces companies were awarded more than $72,000 in state Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) funds to provide salaries to three trainees at each company, the New Mexico Economic Development … more
Downtown Desert Yoga (DDY), 303 S. Alameda Blvd. in Las Cruces, will offer Explore the Possibilities, Yoga-teacher training classes, beginning in May, said DDY owner Colleen Boyd. “Our … more
The Emporium, 106 S. Water St. Downtown, has changed its telephone number and has added Tuesdays to the days it’s open to the public, selling a wide range of unique antiques. The new … more
Bulletin report Abyacsa, a construction and development company that has offices in Santa Teresa, broke ground in February on a 135,000 square-foot spec building, said Border Industrial … more
“This is a dream of ours,” Clarissa “Classy” Acosta said. She’s talking about Ultimate Mobile Tires, LLC, the new business that Clarissa and her husband, Johnny … more
Hakes Brothers of Las Cruces opened The Trails at Metro 1, “the first phase of a luxury new-home community adjacent to Red Hawk Golf Club in northeast Las Cruces,” the homebuilders said … more
Led by the boom in Santa Teresa, the state of New Mexico “had a record year for exports in 2021,” said New Mexico International Business Accelerator (NMIBA) Executive Director Jerry … more
Conterra Networks, which has been providing fiber-optic network services for more than 25 years, is continuing to expand service in the El Paso-Las Cruces area, with local clients that include La … more
Las Cruces-based creative agency NMCO Studio received two Silver American Advertising Awards and one Judges Choice for the 2022 American Advertising Federation Awards Ceremony. more
First New Mexico Bank, with support from the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce, opened a new branch at 920 N. Motel Blvd. with a ribbon cutting Friday afternoon, March 11. more
The Las Cruces City Council’s March 7 vote to approve zoning changes on 75 acres of land known as the Las Cruces County Club property will result in responsible development of the site, Mayor Pro Tempore Kasandra Gandara said two days after the vote. more
Before I came to Las Cruces, I had the privilege of working for a foundation that came alongside a diverse, underinvested community to reclaim and transform a blighted property into something of great value to the community. more
The first woman in southern New Mexico to receive a cannabis producers license is Hilda Luz Chavez of Las Cruces, a well-known traditional naturopath and Las Cruces Bulletin columnist. Chavez, who … more
Tusk has become the newest staff member at the Village at Northrise (VaN) Memory Support Program. The 5- to 6-year-old lab mix became the program’s new emotional support animal … more
“Those Who Paved the Way” is an event sponsored by The Association of Las Cruces to honor four women who are pillars of the Las Cruces business community and the community at … more
Bellator Aviation, LLC, a local aviation business that has been operating as a flight training school at Las Cruces International Airport (KLRU) since 2019, is planning an expansion at the airport this year, the company said in a Feb. 8 news release. more
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