Every generation of Americans has been called to sacrifice – and one of the great blessings of this country’s past is that, no matter the challenge, Americans have always risen to the task of protecting our nation.
“When every light was out, you were there.”
The start of a new decade means it’s time for the U.S. Census. Every ten years, the U.S. Census Bureau conducts a constitutionally mandated population count of our nation’s residents. Making sure that everyone is counted is of the utmost importance to the functioning of our democracy. These …
We have had the incredible fortune of talking with and meeting so many donors since the tragic shooting of Aug. 3. Their generosity and goodwill is extraordinary.
At the start of each new year, I often summarize the amazing progress our Downtown has made over the previous twelve months, listing the new businesses, building renovations and events that have contributed to the ongoing redevelopment of the heart of the city.
Holiday returns are not always easy. And we don’t mean the part where you explain to your mother why you returned that lovely sweater!
As we near the end of 2019, the end of a decade, I wanted to take a moment to extend my gratitude for another milestone year. The El Paso Chamber endeavors to play a major role in the business community of El Paso. We succeed in our goal of being the premier organization for connecting, coac…
Contractors are hired to provide materials and labor to complete home improvements and repairs. Some contractors focus on a specific type of project, like plumbing or roofing, while others will work on any type of project. For larger projects, a general contractor may also serve as a project…
Sid Balman, who lives in the nation’s capital but has close friends in El Paso, has authored a new book, “Seventh Flag,” that weaves global conflicts into a vivid West Texas tale.
As our region’s business advocates, we cannot overstate El Paso Electric’s economic importance to our community. The proposed transaction with Infrastructure Investments Fund, or IIF, helps safeguard El Paso Electric and ensure that it continues to meet our community’s growing needs.
At KCOS, we have been proud to bring you quality PBS programming for more than 40 years. And now we’re putting our name where our mission is. Last week, we changed our name from KCOS 13 to PBS El Paso.
Not all “charities” are the real deal. Unfortunately, scammers cash in on the generosity of donors, especially in the wake of natural or other disasters when people across the globe rush to donate in support of relief efforts. Do your research first to make sure your contributions go to actu…
Editor’s note: The following is Kemp Smith attorney Gene Wolf’s remarks to El Paso businesspeople and community leaders at the 2019 Junior Achievement El Paso Business Hall of Fame induction ceremony Oct. 25 at Grace Gardens. Businessman Josh Hunt and Kemp Smith law firm were this year’s ind…
Domestic violence cannot be an issue that only nonprofits focus on. The responsibility of keeping families safe belongs to all of us.
We are starting our BBBWare! series with the top 10 tips that should become second nature to everyone.
On Nov. 5, Texans will vote on Proposition 6 to continue Texas’ historic initiative to cure and prevent cancer by providing $3 billion to the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas, or CPRIT.
When people have back or neck pain, they often think of going to a chiropractor, or massage therapist, or even an acupuncturist because it is the “same back pain” or their “back went out again.” Most people do not go to a physical therapist because they need to be referred by their doctor, w…
We’ve all felt the jarring sting of an electronic message that should have really been delivered in person. There’s nothing like a face-to-face interaction for building positive relationships.
The scams perpetrated upon consumers and businesses continue to grow in number, complexity and diversity, costing you and our economy millions of dollars each year. Even the most sophisticated organizations and savvy consumers are falling prey.
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.
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