Teenagers face a tough summer job market because of the pandemic and the related economic slowdown. Whether they’re lifeguard shifts at a (now-dry) pool or counselor spots at a (shuttered) summer camp, jobs often held by young people are scarce.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led many companies through a growing period, and one of the silver linings from this season has been the creation and troubleshooting of remote-work infrastructure. Many companies have looked into remote work in the past, but the shelter-in-place requirements that m…
Audrey Smith knows what’s it like to plant a seed and watch it grow. One of 11 children, she worked in the fields of her family’s farm in Texarkana, Arkansas, and ate vegetables they grew.
Employers brought back millions more workers in June as businesses began to reopen across the country. But the recent surge in coronavirus cases is threatening to stall the economic recovery long before it has reached most of the people who lost their jobs.
TOKYO (AP) — Shares were mostly lower in Asia on Wednesday as uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic sapped the buying enthusiasm that has been driving prices higher.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Two bitter rivals are heading into a razor's-edge presidential runoff election Sunday in Poland that is seen as an important test of populism in Europe after a campaign that exacerbated a conservative-liberal divide in the country.
If you bought a vehicle recently or are thinking of purchasing a vehicle in the next few weeks, you may have come across a type of insurance that is offered by dealerships or lenders known as GAP insurance. Guaranteed asset protection insurance covers the “gap” of what you owe on the vehicle…
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On June 24, the Trump administration put new restrictions on visas granted to foreigners that allow them to legally work in the U.S., which sent a lot of visa holders scrambling for details.
Rotary Club of El Paso
The city of El Paso has named Ben Fyffe as its new director of cultural affairs and recreation. Fyffe has been a city employee for 19 years and will now lead the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department and the Parks and Recreation Department.…
Georgina Hernández has been named executive director of the GECU Foundation. Hernández, a current GECU employee, has previously been a leader and volunteer for local nonprofit organizations, including the Women’s Fund of El Paso where she ser…
The Meadows Foundation has made a $100,000 donation to the Paso del Norte Community Foundation’s El Paso COVID-19 Response Fund. The fund was established in partnership with the United Way of El Paso County to support nonprofit organizations …
Children at Risk has named Michael Kelly to its board of directors. Kelly, who was appointed for a three-year term, is vice president of the Paso del Norte Health Foundation. Children at Risk is a nonprofit organization that works to improve …
Chihuahua Cerveza, a Mexican lager brand, has partnered with Glazer’s Beer and Beverage to bring its products to El Paso. Chihuahua Cerveza was founded in 2017 and is brewed in the United States. “We have a great appreciation for what the Chi…
Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare has been awarded the Healthgrades 2020 Patient Safety Award. The recognition places Las Palmas Medical Center and Del Sol Medical Center among the top 5% of all short-term acute care hospitals in the nation repor…
Amistad has promoted Zaide Echegoyen to program manager at the Aging, Disability & Transportation Resource Center. Echegoyen joined Amistad in 2012 and has 12 years of experience working in social services. She has worked as the center’s …
Union Pacific Railroad has awarded $25,000 to the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance to address COVID-19 economic development response challenges. The funds will be used to appraise industry shifts and impacts resulting from COVID-1…
The James, Janie and Mark Keating Fund has donated $2,500 to Books Are Gems Inc. The funds will help the nonprofit children’s bookstore to remain open in the Lower Valley during the COVID-19 pandemic. The bookstore will continue to purchase c…
Casa Carpet, along with Chris and Cheryl Malooly, donated 25,000 rolls of toilet paper and 500 bottles of sanitizer to El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank and Abundant Living Faith Center.
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