Dear Friends, I have attached three photos of the Flor de Luna building, the first from now and the other
I’ve been sussing out the employment situation here in El Paso over the last some years, and here’s what I’ve
I know you’ve been wondering the same thing. If they wanted to build an arena downtown, why didn’t they call
Politics in El Paso is in a sorry state. There are 364,537 registered voters in El Paso. Only 31,255 of
El Chuqueño doesn’t endorse candidates. Well, we might, if we were one hundred and ten percent sure that they were
The El Paso Times reports today that mayoral candidate David Saucedo wants to fire the heads of the City’s permanent
Last week I ran an old post about how El Paso is an elephant. About how it looks different to
Did you read that Mayoral candidate David Saucedo made allegations of corruption, and District 6 Representative Claudia Ordaz refuted them?
This post originally appeared on April 20, 2015. We’re like the three blind men who were presented with an elephant.
If the City doesn’t get a declaratory judgement at this next hearing, and if the lawsuit goes to trial, then
Here’s an email I got from Max Grossman this afternoon. Dear Friends, This is to inform you that the City
A story in the El Paso Times says that District 2 Representative Jim Tolbert received big donations from two of
One of the first issues our next mayor is going to have to confront is the budget. We’re in debt,
Maybe it’s because El Pasoans are used to paying less than retail. But we sure are in the habit of
Here’s an entry from Jaime Barceleau’s Campaign Finance Report. Mr. Barceleau is campaigning to be the City Representative for District
Here’s a question you should ask your candidates for public office: If you are elected, will the City use the
The El Paso Times today reports on a debate among three of the mayoral candidates, sponsored by everyone’s favorite higher-tax
I’m not against change. Change is the natural state of the universe. Change is as inevitable as gravity. Or friction.
I still have some questions about that Multipurpose Performing Arts Center. Like where and when to build it. I know
Here’s a breakdown of El Paso County’s population change for the year ending July 1, 2016, courtesy U.S. Census Bureau