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Demand for New Mexico green chiles leaves farmers scrambling to increase supplies

by Carrie Jung Jan 15, 2018
Demand for green New Mexican chiles is growing but farmers say labor shortages are keeping them from expanding their acreage.
Red, green, or Christmas? New Mexico is known for it's chili peppers, but state farmers say labor shortages are keeping them from expanding their acreage to meet growing demand.
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Riding the oil price roller coaster in New Mexico

by Stan Alcorn May 11, 2015
Businesses in Southeast New Mexico feel the impact of oil prices.

Forget the elevator. Try pitching on a ski lift

by Marketplace Contributor Apr 6, 2015
A New Mexico business group came up with a new twist on the investment pitch.

Space tourism: Still for the future, New Mexico learns

by Raghu Manavalan Jun 27, 2014
Virgin Galactic hopes to bring space and terrestrial tourists to New Mexico.

Oil booms have to be good for rural towns, right?

by Mónica Ortiz Uribe May 15, 2014
An oil boom in southeast New Mexico created thousands of new jobs. But it's a burden on things like housing, classrooms and roads.

Study of children's well-being finds Southwest at bottom

by Scott Tong Jun 24, 2013
Collapsed housing markets and sharp cuts in state spending put New Mexico, Arizona and Nevada at bottom of survey of children's welfare.

Farmers vs. cities in the war for water

by Adriene Hill Apr 11, 2013
Water laws in the West often give priority to whose who used a water source first, often farmers. Farmers in New Mexico are fighting to regain their place at the head of the line.

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BURN: An Energy Journal

For a town in need of jobs, going nuclear was easy call

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 5, 2012
Eunice, in a dusty corner of New Mexico, rode the ups and downs of the oil business for decades. Then a nuclear-processing plant came calling, and Eunice welcomed its jobs.
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GOP nonprofits press attack

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 23, 2012
Conservative political nonprofit continue to blanket airwaves with attack ads in Senate races.
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RNC goes after Obama in ads

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 6, 2012
Missouri primary race next up