It will forever remain a defining moment in our region’s history: Aug. 3, 2019, when a gunman drove 10 hours from north central Texas to El Paso and shot up a Walmart.

He killed 23 people, injured dozens others and terrorized our binational community.

As we look back on that fateful day a year later, our hearts without a doubt will again break.

What will remain unbroken is our resiliency, our unity and our love for our neighbors.

We are El Paso Strong.

 

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