From the Publisher

We had been trying to schedule an interview with Dr. Diana Natalicio since the end of August following her Texas Lyceum honor of “Stewardship of Texas Values Award” over the summer.

I was stunned by Gannett’s announcement it planned to close the regional printing operation adjacent to City Hall Oct. 6 and move the printing of El Paso Times and other group newspapers to Juárez. This was a $40 million investment when the plant went into service in 1997.

From the Editor

In the short videos taken by social workers on their phones at a children’s home in Thailand, the boy spoke in a low, gravelly voice. You had to lean in to hear him when he spoke, which wasn’t often. He was gentle, shy and liked to color, especially dinosaurs.

Guest Column

He would burst into the newsroom like a veritable force of nature, with a leading edge of wisecracks and corny jokes. He would exit as quickly as he entered, leaving behind a flood of nicknames and one liners that kept us laughing.

Lifestyle Column

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Through Diez y Seis de Septiembre, Mexican Independence Day, the El Paso Museum of Art and the Museo de Arte de Ciudad Juárez present the Fifth Transborder Biennial, a fascinating look at El Paso, Juárez and the entire Borderland through the eyes of artists from both sides of the line.

International Business Column

GECU Column

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Getting a credit card is exciting but requires great responsibility because it can be easy to spend more than you should. High interest rates and annual fees can get you into debt quickly if you are not careful with how you manage your credit card finances. 

With tax season underway, you are probably looking forward to receiving your tax refund. Or you may have received a bonus at your job! If you are waiting for your tax refund or bonus, you may already be thinking of using it on your next vacation, a down payment on a vehicle or something else…

Fashion Column

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We absolutely love seeing El Paso and Juárez natives excelling in the fashion world! So we’re especially thrilled to tell you about Leigh Elena Navarro, a 1996 Coronado High School grad who will visit the city next week from her home in Austin. This gifted designer and entrepreneur has her o…

Letters to the Editor

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Thanks from France

Deck park

El Paso’s Uncle Sam

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Police and gun violence

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Nuclear waste

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