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Pearce Statement on Thanksgiving 2015

Hobbs, NM -- Cynthia and I would like to wish you a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

As we know, many will travel great distances to celebrate this uniquely American holiday with family and friends. Last-- Continue reading

PNM Refrigerator Recycling Program Temporarily Suspended

(ALBUQUERQUE, NM) — JACO Environmental, Inc, the third-party contractor that manages the PNM Refrigerator Recycling Program, has suddenly ceased operations of all programs, including the PNM Refrigerato-- Continue reading

New Mexico Economic Development Department, Other Agencies Host Funding Review Opportunity for Community Economic Development Projects

Santa Fe, NM - New Mexico FundIt, a program for communities to identify funding opportunities in one centralized location to help with their job creation efforts and assist small business development,-- Continue reading

Museum and Historic Sites Holiday Guide Online

Museum and Historic Sites Holiday Guide Online

November 24, 2015) – The Department of Cultural Affair's 2015 Winter Guide to New Mexico's Museums and Historic Sites is available online for the first time in the history of the publication, the NM Dep-- Continue reading

October 2015 Median Price Up Over 6% from 2014 Median

October 2015 sales number are down slightly from those reported to the REALTORS Association of New Mexico (RANM) in October 2014. However, the median price is up over 6%. (Median price indicates half-- Continue reading

IRS Raises Expensing Threshold to $2,500 for Small Businesses

PHOENIX - - The Internal Revenue Service today simplified the paperwork and recordkeeping requirements for small businesses by raising from $500 to $2,500 the safe harbor threshold for deducting certa-- Continue reading

New Mexico Shrimp Farm Gets Federal Funding for Marketing

New Mexico Shrimp Farm Gets Federal Funding for Marketing

Southwestern Seas co-owner Judy Armendariz of Lemitar, NM inspects one of the shrimp that is being grown at the shrimp farm. The four inch shrimp will be ready for market when it is about six inches l-- Continue reading

Report: Food Tax Could be Detrimental to Health of Low-income NMs

ALBUQUERQUE—Reinstating a tax on the sale of food for consumption at home could harm the health of New Mexicans who are already food insecure—meaning they don't always have enough to eat. And while the re-- Continue reading

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