Robert Gray

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Robert Gray is the editor of El Paso Inc.

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Who knew it could be so wonderful to watch a man, middle-aged with wispy gray hair, clothed in jeans and a cable knit sweater against the chil…

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Anybody who has carried water on a long hike knows: Hauling water is exhausting and humans need a lot of it. Escaping Earth’s gravity with eno…

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After two weeks in quarantine in a Bangkok hotel, two more weeks in Thailand to complete various adoption requirements to bring our 7-year-old…

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Getting to Thailand is hard in the best of times, separated from El Paso by more than 8,500 miles, 22 hours of flight time and 14 time zones.

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As you read this, all of us here at El Paso Inc. are on the final day of holiday after shutting down on Christmas. On Monday, it’s back to work.

Every year around this time we ask, “Who will be El Pasoan of the Year?”

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Microsoft is following in the wake of Google and Facebook and investing in newsrooms in El Paso and Juárez to help protect local journalism. T…

The last time I spoke with Nico Tejeda, who oversees five hospitals in El Paso as the group CEO of The Hospitals of Providence, COVID-19 cases…

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When the overture to Rossini’s “Barber of Seville” started playing from the back of the pickup truck in the airport parking lot, my oldest son…

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Robert Gray

Ricky, thanks for your comment. I followed up with city development director Mathew McElroy about Montecillo’s smart code zoning. He maintains it remains smart code zoned. The project’s first apartment complex, The Venue at Montecillo, is not zoned smart code but the rest of the development …