Here’s a news flash from the El Paso Inc.: El Paso leads major Texas cities in debt not approved by
He might be a nice guy. Maybe. He’s been here five years, and I’ve never heard anyone accuse him of
In 2012, the City of El Paso began implementing a strategic plan to foster economic development in the area. According
Woohoo! Yeah, the Miners suck, again, those poor dears. And people are running away from El Paso like it’s on
This article originally appeared on 17 January 2017. What do you think has more effect on the El Paso economy.
The police and fireman’s unions are going to go big to the polls. They want new stations and Lazy Boy
The City is asking us to approve $413,112,650 worth of bonds in an upcoming election. Early voting starts next week.