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Some changes to school calendars could be coming in the fall as districts try to maximize learning time and accommodate a variety of scenarios brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank is helping thousands with food in tough times, and now is seeking community support to fund free deliveries for the homebound in partnership with the Lyft ridesharing service. Read more

A Clean Cube is put into service in El Paso Tuesday, the first-ever deployment of the new mobile military technology. The high-tech unit, manufactured by Synergy Med in Minnesota and Colorado, is being used by University Medical Center of El … Read more

From boxcars to cinderblocks to adobe, walls offer a blank canvass for artists looking to express themselves. Read more

Families trickled into the Fort Bliss National Cemetery on Memorial Day May 25 to honor the men and women who died serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. The traditional ceremonies, including placing of American flags by the Boy Scouts, were canceled over the COVID-19 pandemic this year. Read more

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As stay-at-home orders are eased and businesses begin to reopen, it is tempting to think that life can go “back to normal” in our region. But the truth is, it needs to be a “smart” new normal.

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