In response, El Paso City Council approved a slew of measures aimed at addressing the escalating public health crisis. Read moreDrug overdose deaths trend upward in El Paso
The landscape for next year’s election of the El Paso district attorney is taking shape, with one candidate declaring a run and others indicating their campaigns are likely to soon begin. Read moreDA's race: One candidate jumps in, others test the waters
Spoon Flower Grocery is one of a new crop of nonprofit grocery stores that have sprouted up across America in areas where options for fresh food and produce are scarce. Read moreEl Paso’s first nonprofit grocery opens in Central
By the time a permanent city manager is hired by City Council, the intensifying late spring heat – as well as the colors of fall and first freezes of winter – will have passed. Read moreCity manager’s last day is June 28. What then?
More than 500 women attended this year’s “Dancing Backwards in High Heels” women’s business symposium May 25 at the Wyndham El Paso Airport Hotel. Read moreBusinesswomen awarded at ‘Dancing Backwards’
Re: “Letters,” May 20-27, 2023, page 6A: Read moreLetters to the editor: No more fees
Wife Ellie and I lost a good friend a few weeks ago – James A. Dick III. Last Saturday afternoon people filled the Community Foundation Room Downtown to share memories of James A. and to tell how they got to know him. Read moreFrom the founder
Patients are increasingly being offered special financing to cover medical treatments that, consumer advocates say, can turn out to be more costly than using conventional credit cards.
Americans have jobs. They’re getting raises. And none of it is enough to keep up with the rising cost of living.
Interest rates on new federal student loans are expected to exceed 5% for the first time in five years, adding to the pressure on families already struggling to pay for college.
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Appointed as the El Paso district attorney in December, Bill Hicks stepped into an office engulfed in a series of scandals that led to the resignation of all its top officials. Read moreQ&A: Bill Hicks, El Paso district attorney
- Donations support dental care at Texas Tech student clinic
- Nonprofit receives $1.6M from city of El Paso to support tech workforce
- Borderplex Alliance VP named to state board
- Northwest Early College High School named one of America’s Best Schools
- Texas Tech El Paso receives $75,000 gift from the MolinaCares Accord
- El Paso credit union accepting applications for scholarships, grants
- El Paso Electric says customers will see savings on power bills this summer
- El Paso’s first nonprofit grocery opens in Central
- Crane watch: The projects rising in El Paso
- Drug overdose deaths trend upward in El Paso
- City manager’s last day is June 28. What then?
- Stingrays, otters and more coming to El Paso mall
- Rep. Cassandra Hernandez pays $6,700 in city gas card charges
- Children's Grief Center of El Paso, running towards hope
- Home presales begin at Paul Foster’s Campo del Sol master-planned community in North El Paso
- DA's race: One candidate jumps in, others test the waters
- Q&A: Bill Hicks, El Paso district attorney
Kathy Revtyak is in the business of hope. Read moreChildren's Grief Center of El Paso, running towards hope
For the first time, the Lee and Beulah Moor Children’s Home had its 21st Walk/Run for Families in Crisis on its campus at 1100 E. Cliff. Read morePhotos: Run and fun at Lee & Beulah Moor fundraiser
This month’s art spot is “Window to the Franklins” commissioned by the city of El Paso Public Art Department. The mural was done by El Paso artists Cimi Alvarado and can be found at 5801 Alabama. Read moreArt Spot: "Window to the Franklins”
In 1994, I was doing a phone interview with Dick Dale, the King of the Surf Guitar. I think I got to ask two questions during the entire 45 minutes. His personality was just like his guitar playing — he had the energy of a caffeinated Jack Russell Terrier. I couldn’t get a word in. Read moreGroove Grotto: Surf music on vinyl: The soundtrack to summer
On Nov. 1, 1909, the El Paso Fair opened at Washington Park. Organizers believed that the week-long event would allow the city to grow and prosper. Read moreKappy's Corner: Tournament highlights 1st El Paso Fair
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