Photos of the Union Pacific Railyard

Union Pacific’s railyard began initial operations today. Here are photos from around the railyard (taken on April 1st, 2014): More »

Santa Teresa rail hub to open early

Copyright © 2014 Albuquerque Journal By Lauren Villagran / Journal Staff Writer – Las Cruces Bureau PUBLISHED: Tuesday, March 4, More »

NM Lt. Governor John Sanchez visits Santa Teresa to Announce CRRUA Projects

On January 15th, New Mexico Lt. Governor John Sanchez visited Santa Teresa to announce his and the Governor’s push to More »

Top NAIOP New Mexico projects announced

From the Albuquerque Journal By Richard Metcalf / Journal Staff Writer An emerging transportation hub that “secures New Mexico’s future More »

Govs. Martinez, Duarte to unveil ambitious binational plan

By Kevin Robinson-Avila / Albuquerque Journal Staff Writer http://www.abqjournal.com/244609/news/creating-a-masterplanned-border-community.html The border communities of Santa Teresa in New Mexico and San More »

 

Latest Aerials of Santa Teresa – June 2014

Thanks go out to Suzie Azar and Jack Brown for these aerials taken last week.

Photos from the Union Pacific Grand Opening

Here is a gallery of photos taken during Union Pacific’s Grand Opening.

Health Sciences Academy to Offer Diploma Program for Adults

The Health Sciences Academy of Santa Teresa would like to let our members know that they will be offering a program for adults beginning in August. The program is in the evening and will allow adults (21 years and older) to complete a high school diploma with an emphasis on healthcare. See the flyer below:

For more information contact the HSA at 575-882-5556 or visit www.hsanm.org.

Photos of the Union Pacific Railyard

up refueling station

Union Pacific’s railyard began initial operations today. Here are photos from around the railyard (taken on April 1st, 2014):

NM’s Federal Delegation Responds to the City of El Paso’s Attempt at Skimming Santa Teresa’s Future Export Statistics

Attached is the letter from New Mexico’s congressional delegation to Customs and Border Protection pertaining to the City of El Paso’s attempt to change Santa Teresa’s port reporting code. This was an attempt by the City of El Paso to co-opt Santa Teresa’s future trade numbers with Mexico.

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Udall/Heinrich/Pearce Letter to CBP

You can read the text of the letter below: