El Paso’s English language daily reports that Texas Gas, i.e., the gas company, want to raise its rates for the
This story in El Diario about a book called Los Narcos Gringos makes an interesting assertion: “El Paso, como muchas
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?
If the City doesn’t get a declaratory judgement at this next hearing, and if the lawsuit goes to trial, then
The El Paso Times finally got around to covering the lawsuit over the arena this weekend. The story came out
Let’s put it in perspective. In 2012, El Paso was enjoying a singular moment. Fort Bliss was benefitting from Bass
Did you see Mayor Oscar Leeser’s column in the El Paso Times this weekend? It has not even been a
One of the first issues our next mayor is going to have to confront is the budget. We’re in debt,
It occurred to me as I was walking home from Monarch right now that I missed the obvious conclusion of
God bless our city’s business leaders. This is from a story in this weeks’s El Paso Inc.: “The reason the
There is no group of citizens in less need of government support than the leisure class. But those are the
Here’s a question you should ask your candidates for public office: If you are elected, will the City use the
Sure, half a billion dollars is a lot of money. Especially for a the city with the second lowest per
Every week, there’s a surprising new story in the El Paso Inc. This week the frontpage story is headlined Montecillo
I’m not against change. Change is the natural state of the universe. Change is as inevitable as gravity. Or friction.
The El Paso Inc. this week unwrapped the study that HKS Inc. did for the City of El Paso to
Here’s an article from Forbes that rates the 50 states according to the future and viability of their middle class.
Here’s the latest lowdown on downtown, or DWNTWN as El Pasoans spell it on Wheel of Fortune, because we can’t
El Paso is hot right now. There’s Kahlid. He’s some kind of a rock star. No doubt City Council is