There’s a big push to make Avenida Juarez an international tourist destination again. Never mind the big border security apparatus
The pandemic made some winners. Amazon. Best Buy. FedEx, and UPS. Locally, Crazy Cat. People wondered whatever happened to that
I’ve always said that if you’re going to sell a blind horse, the first thing you tell the mark is
Is it available in Menswear, between the Rustler jeans and the Hanes underwear? Are unmasked infecteds coughing on the tomatoes?
El Paso City Attorney Karla Nieman had a birthday party for her daughter, in apparent contravention of the order against
Mayor Dee Margo and County Judge Ricardo Samaniego are battling it out over local government’s response to El Paso’s soaring
Pizza king J. Kirk Robison penned a Letter to the Editor in Sunday’s Sun Shopper El Paso Times. It is
The old. The sick. And some other group, harder to define. Maybe you’re part of that other group. Maybe you’re
You can catch the Covid twice, but it’s not likely. There have been three recorded cases, one in Hong Kong,
*The following statement is being submitted to Chief Academics Officer Tamekia Brown of EPISD, who will host a live chat,
Things are different now. If you get the Covid, you’re going to kill someone you love. Your grandmother. Your father.
Expectations drive the economy. Economists measure consumer confidence. The futures markets are self-fulfilling prophecies, to a degree. Politicians know that.
Some viruses are so strong, and they reproduce so rapidly in the human body, that just a little dose of
Right now, West Texas Intermediate is going for $14.16 a barrel. A year ago, it was almost $62. So why
I’m a little curious about the motivations of the Open El Paso advocates. Do their home lives suck? Maybe they
Purple flowers are taking over my backyard. They’ve claimed a solid half of one of the raised beds, and they’re