El Paso is fractured. Culturally. Geographically. Economically. Politically. And linguistically. According to the most current estimates from the U.S. Census
Lookie here. The National Weather Service says there a real good chance that this winter will be warmer than usual.
This article originally appeared on 26 December 2012. If any of our current elected officials claim that they couldn’t have
I can’t imagine the City of El Paso keeping next year’s budget under an amount that won’t require at least
Here’s a familiar tune. Only some of the words have changed, and our numbers are bigger. Daniel Berger, a senior
Chet first came to El Paso playing drums for Big Jack Johnson. Two months later he showed up at Wildhare’s
I lifted this from David Crowder’s article about the Downtown arena that appeared in the El Paso Inc. this weekend.
Somehow, El Paso developed professional politicians. Okay, the development of professional politicians was intentional. Corrupt power brokers recruited electable candidates
TxDOT says the Border West Expressway project is finished, but you can’t drive on it yet, according to this story
About ten years ago, the people who really run things in El Paso decided that the city needed public amenities
And how often in life do you get a Mulligan? This was in this week’s El Paso Inc. It looks
From the Wall Street Journal: Just this year, “Old Town Road,” the hip-hop-flavored internet hit by Lil Nas X, made
It sure looks like it. On September 17, 2017, this editorial appeared in the print edition of the El Paso
Bob Moore’s ElPasoMatters twitter feed features the kind of feel good stories we love here at El Chuqueño. Here’s the
Lookie here. This advert in the El Paso Inc. says that State Representative Joe Moody is the new General Counsel
You’ve probably heard that the Texas Legislature reduced the rollback rate to 3.5%. Here’s the skinny from the Texas Tribune.
I guess District 3 Representative Cassandra Hernandez hasn’t been keeping up with current events. “I was hacked” seems to work
According the City’s FY2019 Budget, El Paso was poised to spend $19,814,987 on Economic Development in the 2019 Fiscal Year.
Well, lookie here. The dead tree edition of the El Paso Times reports that our County’s Hospital District is raising
This article originally appeared on 2017 March 30. Lemme tell you how to get us out of that hole that