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If you were in the Cielo Vista neighborhood between 7 and 8 p.m. last Sunday, you might have seen a 30-something dad wearing a skate helmet and wrist guards riding on rollerblades with a miniature dachshund, reliving the ‘90s while attracting stares.
This is a continuation of the discussion of our housing bubble, the debt crisis and global developments as they change the long-term direction of our economy. The column is by David B. Prilliman, who is a principal with Professional Investment Counsel Inc. in El Paso.
One of the late John Birkhead’s most dedicated friends through the years has been Phillip Duncan, a 1961 graduate at Burges High School who was on the track team when Birkhead was head track coach and an assistant football coach under Bill Bookout.
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.
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From 1991 to 1994, I worked in Mexico City as the director of New Mexico’s Mexico commercial/tourism office. This was the period when the North American Free Trade Agreement was negotiated and formally enacted by all three countries on Jan. 1, 1994.
GECU President and CEO Crystal Long is the recipient of the 2019 Herb Wegner Memorial Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement. This prestigious award is the highest honor awarded in the credit union industry. The National Credit Union Foundation gives this award to individuals who embod…
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, or VITA, and online Free Tax Assistance programs just kicked off their 2018 season, and it’s going to be the biggest season that El Paso County has ever seen.
What does it mean to be a full-circle financial institution?
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…
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