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NMSU Regent, successful restaurateur to speak at event hosted by Arrowhead Center

April 7, 2016 by Lauren Goldstein, NMSU News Center Filled with colorful local artwork, luminous fish tanks, a flock of tropical birds and glittering gems inside Matteo’s glass jewelry cases, the bustling lobby of La Posta is familiar to those…
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Mentoring: Bill Mattiace speaks with COB Ambassadors

Bill Mattiace, former Mayor of Las Cruces and current Director of the New Mexico Border Authority Board, spoke with the College of Business Ambassadors on Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Mattiace gave an optimistic outlook for the Southwest border region, specifically…
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NMSU alumni create new line of soap using goat’s milk

October 2, 2014 by Samuel Horstman, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University alumni are raising the bar when it comes to the products they develop through Studio G, the student business incubator at Arrowhead Center, by creating a new…
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KRWG News: The USS New Mexico Enjoys Flavors From The Mesilla Valley

KRWG News Published on Jun 5, 2014 On a weekday afternoon Dick Brown, Chairman of the USS New Mexico Committee of the Navy League is giving a presentation about the nuclear-powered submarine to an audience at the Branigan Cultural Center…
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LC Bulletin: Local restaurateurs honored; Tom and Jerean Hutchinson

October 4, 2013. Retrieved online October 7, 2013, from David Salcido, Las Cruces Bulletin La Posta de Mesilla owners Tom and Jerean Hutchinson given award [Excerpts below reprinted with permission: Read the complete Las Cruces Bulletin article] It’s already a…
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Howard returns to NMSU with research expertise, commitment, eagerness for new challenges

August 28, 2013 by Darrell J. Pehr, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University’s new Executive Vice President and Provost Daniel J. Howard is experiencing some of the same excitement and sense of challenge he felt as an eager young…
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NMSU to host workshop to help businesses reduce energy costs and qualify for rebates

March 13, 2013 by Linda Fresques, NMSU News Center Businesses interested in reducing their energy bills by incorporating energy efficiencies in their buildings may have an opportunity to have El Paso Electric cover part of the bill. Owners of commercial…
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LC Bulletin: Green team influence spreads; Russell Hernandez commits to corporate policy

October 26, 2012. Retrieved online October 30, 2012 from Alta LeCompte, Las Cruces Bulletin Local manager commits to corporate policy For the Las Cruces Bulletin. Las Crucen Russell Hernandez was an Olive Garden manager in Albuquerque five years ago when…
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LCSN: Outage unlikely to have lasting effect on economy

December 15, 2010. Retrieved online December 16, 2010 from Steve Ramirez, Las Cruces Sun-News LAS CRUCES – Frustrations of many southern New Mexicans ran high Tuesday when they found it difficult to make purchases on their credit and debit cards…
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LC Bulletin: Is a nonprofit a business?

August 13, 2010. Retrieved online August 16, 2010 from Gabriel Vasquez, Las Cruces Bulletin Short answer, yes. Nonprofits are a type of business. They are crucial to the wellbeing of our community and employ hundreds in Las Cruces. The term,…
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