Jul 17th, 2013

By Stacie Allen

The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce consistently works toward meeting the needs of its members. A few of these efforts include a new tiered dues structure to pro­vide more benefits, restructuring the Small Business Workshops to be an innovative learning tool, a work force development pro­gram called Skill-Ready Doña Ana, a discount prescription drug card program, enhanced networking events and the cre­ation of a Membership Advisory Committee to keep its members connected to the mission. The Chamber hasn’t stopped there. Over the past two years, we have committed to preserv­ing a valuable piece of Doña Ana County’s history ... Continue Reading

Jun 20th, 2013

On Thursday, June 20, more than 200 leaders from the business community gath­ered at the Las Cruces Convention Center for the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce’s annual Medical Update Luncheon. Paul Herzog, CEO of Memorial Medical Center, and Denten Park, CEO of MountainView Regional Medical Center, shared the stage. Herzog called the changes currently tak­ing place in the health care field “transfor­mational.” He used electronic medical re­cords as an example. “While it sounds like a good idea and sounds like a simple idea, it requires a tre­mendous amount of work,” he said. Herzog said Memorial Medical Center certified last year for “Meaningful Use” ... Continue Reading

Jun 19th, 2013

By Stacie Allen

As most of you know, the Conquistadores are the good-will ambassadors for the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce. We are an extension of the chamber, serving as hosts and greeters at ribbon cut­tings, business openings, as well as charity and special events. Conquistadores give back above and beyond to Doña Ana County on a daily basis – and so can you. Become part of that support. Give yourself and our community the very best of GIFTS: G Group involvement I Interaction with business lead­ers, new businesses and the community F Fun relationships and activities T Talented people to network with ... Continue Reading

Jun 18th, 2013

1800 COPPER LOOP•528-2200


Mission: Tresco supports people with differing abilities to reach their potential and realize their dreams. Purpose: The purpose of Tresco Inc. is to provide supports and services to children and adults living with a disability that enhances their lives and enables them to contribute and participate fully in their community. Key goals: 1. To improve the quality of life for children and adults living with a disability through numerous well established programs including early intervention for children birth to 3 years old, respite for families, supported employment, day services and residential supports for adults with developmental disabilities and employment ... Continue Reading

Jun 17th, 2013

Patient-centered practice improves quality of life

4351 E. LOHMAN AVE. SUITE 103 • 521-9795

WWW.HEARNM.COM Advanced Hearing Care was first opened by Dr. Kelly Frost in Alamogordo in 1993. She has been at her current lo­cation in Las Cruces for the past five years, specializing in hearing aids, assistive listening devices, hearing screening and testing, hearing loss and tinnitus (“ringing intheears”)treatment. Advanced Hearing Care also has locations in Ruidoso, Roswell and still in Alamogordo. Frost’s interest in audiology began in her childhood, growing up with a younger brother with Down’s syndrome. At a young age, she was exposed to audiologists, ... Continue Reading