Job openings at Intel fit many skill levels

With their recent expansion announcement, Intel is looking for new talent to hire. Intel Corporation, with over 40 years in the state, announced in May their plan to invest $3.5 billion to equip the New Mexico site for the manufacturing of advanced semiconductor packaging technologies, including Foveros, Intel’s breakthrough 3D packaging technology. As part of their multiyear plan, they expect … Read More

A walk through a vineyard

(Placitas Winery owners talk about their business model) PLACITAS – A new winery with a tie to the ancient Anasazi is keeping up with several traditions all at once. The Placitas Winery, located just north of NM 165 on 26 Camino De Los Pueblitos, hosts an 11,000 square foot adobe structure that doubles as an event space and wine manufacturing … Read More

Corrales brewery offers a historical experience

CORRALES – Most breweries wouldn’t dare boast that they have a bad Wi-Fi connection or no televisions to watch sports on. However, there is one such brewery that does, located in the heart of Corrales. The amply named Casa Vieja (The old lady house in English) offers no such modern amenities, in fact that is what Co-Owner Maria Socha says … Read More

One of a kind academy offers classes that rock

CORRALES – Imagine a classroom environment where cranking up a guitar solo is not only encouraged but mandatory to pass the class. Believe it or not, this is the type of curriculum that is offered, among many other guitar related items, at the Strat Academy located in the village of Corrales. The Strat Academy is the brainchild of owner and … Read More

15 Organizations Receive Economic Development Grants (State Funds Projects That Demonstrate Jobs Creation)

SANTA FE, N.M. – Nearly $260,000 has been awarded to 15 local economic development organizations through LEADS, Local Economic Assistance & Development Support, the New Mexico Economic Development Department (EDD) announced today.   Grant amounts ranged from $7,400 to $25,000 and funding is provided on a cost reimbursement basis. Funding provided through LEADS is intended to create jobs through recruitment, retention, expansion, … Read More

Sandoval County sets aside $1 Million to extend business continuity program

Sandoval County, NM – TheSandovalCountyBoard of Commissioners unanimously approved $1 million of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding at the June 17th Commission meeting to extend the county’s business continuity grant program.  These ARPA funds will be used to address the negative economic impacts caused by the public health emergency, which includes harm to small businesses and non-profits. This will be … Read More

N.M. pandemic restrictions gone July 1

Gov. sets ‘Opening Day’ in two weeks, allowing for recent shots to take full effect; aggressive vaccination push will continue SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday confirmed New Mexico will retire its color-coded, county-by-county system and all COVID-19 health restrictions on commercial and day-to-day activity in two weeks, allowing for the thousands of vaccinations administered this week … Read More

Nearly entire state is Turquoise

SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health on Wednesday announced the updated statewide COVID-19 map for the two-week period beginning May 5, with 30 New Mexico counties at the Turquoise Level, at which there are the fewest restrictions on commercial and day-to-day activities amid decreased virus risk. The majority of the state’s counties remain at the least restrictive … Read More