According to this evaluation from U.S. News and World Report, El Paso ranks ninth in the nation for Qualify of
DavidK makes a lively point here, on his RefusetheJuice blog, about the gathering of elected officials after the Orlando shooting.
I’ve said it before: Doesn’t the outrage about the City Manager’s lapses seem disproportionate? Yeah, he probably didn’t need an
In this week’s news, the City is considering jacking the parking rates at metered spots during events. The city is
I was going to write about this post, on ElPasoSpeak.com. In it you will notice that, even under the model
Here’s an interesting story about the Tigua Tribal Police arresting a seven-year-old at South Loop Elementary School. His mother found
Let me tell you how the City Manager Tommy Gonzalez saga is going to end. The City will buy Mr.
Remember just a few short years ago, when City Council was circumventing state law to award El Paso a Triple
The Pope is coming to Juarez to highlight his message about immigration? What a great opportunity to talk up El
If you want to know what it’s like to live in a police state, try walking through the Segundo Barrio
Besides the million dollars we’re spending on security, do you think the Pope’s visit to Juarez will have an economic
Lots of people blame El Paso Times Editor Bob Moore for a perceived slant to the coverage in our English
Do you suppose the local heavyweights turned sour on City Manager Tommy Gonzalez when they discovered that he would award
The agenda for the December 7 Special Meeting of the City Council included this item: Discussion and action that the
The following paragraph appeared in the El Paso Times December 8, 2015 attempt to impose moral rectitude on City Hall,
Here’s a little tidbit from an El Paso Times editorial: At a City Council discussion Monday about ethics laws, it
Did you see this slideshow of the drunkest cities in each state? El Paso is the drunkest city in Texas.
God bless everyone for caring, but the Placita is between the Tap and the Electric Company building. That thing off
What will El Paso look like in ten years? Who knows? But you can bet that it will look different.
According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, El Paso’s employment fell from 322,863 in August, 2013 to