Sep 15th, 2014


Helping the business community grow

Dreams come true at the Arrowhead Executive Office Center

Many have the dream or goal to open their own business one day, but different factors prevent them, such as a lack of funds, experience or guidance. Fortunately, help, such as the Arrowhead Executive Office Center (AEOC), is out there for entrepreneurs.

The center opened in October 2012 in the Arrowhead Research Park. AEOC offers a company a prestigious image without the hassle, expense or commitment associated with a traditional long-term lease. A company benefits by pooling the cost of ... Continue Reading

Sep 16th, 2014

Investment leads to economic growth

In New Mexico, upgrading our aging infrastructure is a major issue facing the folks in Santa Fe. With limited financial resources, we need to be smart about how we allocate our funds. The governor has made water a priority, and rightfully so.This speech given by U.S. Chamber of Commerce Chairman Tamara Lundgren Aug. 4 in Portland, Ore., shows that the infrastructure issue is a nationwide problem that needs addressing.

Here and across America, much of our infrastructure is unsafe, inefficient and a drag on our economy. This needs to change.

It’s not a choice. It’s an economic and ... Continue Reading

Sep 22nd, 2014

Class learns about military’s impact on local community

The day began early with a trip to White Sands Missile Range. On the bus, the class learned about ROTC at New Mexico State University. The bus ride also provided the opportunity to view some general videos about Fort Bliss and Holloman Air Force Base.

At White Sands Missile Range, the class heard from Brig. Gen.Timothy Coffin, who shared his vision for the mission and future of WSMR. Cammy Montoya provided an overview of the mission at WSMR in addition to all of her assistance in organizing the events.

When the class headed over to ... Continue Reading

Sep 22nd, 2014

2405 W. PICACHO AVE., SUITE. 103 • 575-647-4808 • WWW.DACHSLC.ORG

Mission: The Doa Ana County Humane Society’s mission is to serve as an advocate for animals and their people in Doa Ana County, and to maintain an environment of respect, responsibility and compassion through education, legislation and leadership.

The organization is committed to reducing animal overpopulation and defending the abused.

Purpose: To get pets out of the shelter and keep them healthy and at home with their families. To that end, we administer programs that fill the needs other animal welfare organizations do not.

Key goals: To continue growing our programs that help ... Continue Reading

Sep 26th, 2014

Damien Willis

Damien Willis is the program director for KHQT-FM (Hot 103) and is an entertainment columnist for Pulse.

He began his radio career in 2001, working overnight and weekend shifts for KGRT-FM. Within a month, he was asked to take over the afternoon drive-time shift on Hot 103 – a shift he has held consistently for the past

13 years. In 2002, he became the music director for Hot 103, and was promoted to program director in 2013. Willis received the 2004 New

Mexico Broadcasters Association award for Best DJ Personality.

Since 2004, Willis has written a weekly entertainment/pop culture column for the Las ... Continue Reading