This year is one of growth in the area of programs the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce is offering the business community.
The Chamber strives to be aware as new needs arise and relevant with solutions that make an impact on business in southern New Mexico. With that in mind, it announced the launch of Las Cruces Young Professionals.
Business done the way of the past does not always match up with the reality of business today. It’s more electronic, and more global and as a result, it’s more competitive than ever ... Continue Reading
By Drew Hamilton
The Army restructuring plan announced in July includes the 2nd Engineer Battalion leaving White Sands Missile Range by 2017.
“Our devotion to and support of these soldiers and families remains steadfast … they are a part of Team WSMR,” said WSMR Commanding General Brig. Gen. Gwen Bingham.
She added that “our thoughts are particularly with the 595th Sapper and 40th Mobility Augmentation Companies currently downrange (in Afghanistan) doing a magnanimous job in the fulfillment of their mission.”
The restructuring is a presequestration generated plan in which the Army is reducing and reorganizing its force structure by 80,000 ... Continue Reading
The day started with an overview of the City of Las Cruces and the interworking of its departments and programs.
From there, the class traveled to the main fire station where Chief Travis Brown gave the class insights into the day-to-day workings of the fire department and how the department coordinates with other emergency services to provide the highest level of service possible. Brown also discussed some of the challenges they may ... Continue Reading
Memorial Medical Center (MMC) announced July 8 that Phillip Rivera has been promoted to president of Physician Services for the hospital. Rivera has been MMC’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) since July 2010. He will continue his responsibilities as COO while the hospital conducts a national search to find a strong candidate to fill the position.
“I am very excited to have Phil serving as president of Physician Services for MMC,” said Paul Herzog, MMC CEO. “During his time as COO, Phil has developed strong relationships with our medical staff, and I am confident that his new role will enable him to ... Continue Reading
A battle is brewing in Washington, D.C., between the Department of Defense and the Department of the Interior over the proposed SunZia transmission line project.
One side, including some of our local and federal elected officials, sees no issue with the line bisecting a part of the northern extension area of White Sands Missile Range (WSMR); the other side sees that route as a possible game changer for the missions at WSMR.
The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce, along with the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce, the Alamogordo Chamber of Commerce and ... Continue Reading