Staying on top of evolving technology 575-636-1946 OR 855-WALTREX • WWW.WALTREX.COM
With the evolution of technology, it seems like a new gadget enters the market every day. As technology changes, the need for information technology (IT) specialists has also increased. Waltrex Corp. is a local business that has become the go-to for such needs.
After the tech expansion in the late ’90s and seeing a high demand for tech services, owner Johnny Walter converted what he already did as a hobby into a business.
“It made perfect sense to earn a living doing something I was already doing anyway,” he ... Continue Reading
Finding the “aha” moment 575-312-1147
• 2902 N. VALLEY DRIVE
By Rachel Christiansen
Many residents in the Mesilla Valley are learning to do more with less – especially water – and landscaping is no different.
David Kraenzel, owner of Kraenzels Landscaping and Doña Ana Bend Farms Inc., said he has seen the trend emerge for low-maintenance and low water usage plants.
Using landscape that is resistant to the climate of the area, Kraenzel said, is one way to continue to enjoy the surroundings while not using too much of the precious resources.
Kraenzel has been a horticulturist and landscaper in the ... Continue Reading
Family owned business becomes go-to stop
575-647-0067 • 190 AVENIDA DE MESILLA
Breakfast is an essential meal to start the day. There are many different options to choose from, but two popular favorites are the classic donut and burrito. Bosa Donuts has become a go-to stop to pick up a morning meal for many Las Crucens.
Bosa Donuts & Burritos at 190 Avenida de Mesilla is family owned and first opened in 1984. After 12 years, the current owners took over the business in 1996.
Today Bosa serves a range of customers around Las Cruces. “We mainly serve to the blue collar workers such ... Continue Reading
Understanding customer needs is a priority
It’s warm outside and what better way to enjoy the summer than by grabbing a bite to eat?
There are many different options to dining out this summer and many Las Crucens can be seen outside enjoying a delicious hotdog at one of the popular Wienerschnitzels in the area.
The Wienerschnitzel franchise was first opened on July 3, 1961, in Wilmington, Calif., by John Galardi. The franchise has been in business for more than 53 years.
The first Wienerschnitzel in Las Cruces opened in 1974 on El Paseo Road, store No. 247. Wienerschnitzel has been a part of ... Continue Reading
‘Cheers’ meets contemporary wine bar
402 S. MELENDRES ST.
By Rachel Christiansen
Trendy, colorful, chic – not the typical words used to describe a centuries-old industry of the Mesilla Valley.
Yet that’s the atmosphere that greets you when walking into Amaro Winery, an inviting place for the modern-day wine drinker.
But according to co-owner Kelly Allen, it doesn’t matter if you’ve never had a sip of wine in your life, or are a connoisseur – you can be comfortable in your own skin at the tasting room.
“We are not wine snobs,” Allen said. “It’s very comfortable, and that’s what ... Continue Reading