El Paso is as culturally unique as New Orleans, or San Francisco, or Key West. There is no place in
Here’s an interesting story from KVIA.com: This week the city has come out with a plan to clear up some
by Max Grossman I recently reported that the City’s four water parks lost $1,335,420 during the summer 2021 season and
Max Grossman recently brought to light the uncomfortable fact that the water parks are losing millions of dollars every year.
by Max Grossman Proposition 1 on the ballot of November 6, 2012 ballot authorized the issuance of $245,000,000 in general
I read the El Paso Times so you won’t have to, and I’ve noticed a disturbing pattern. Every time the
Did you take the City of El Paso’s budget survey? It was called Chime In!, and it was available on
This article originally appeared on 12 April 2017. Sure, half a billion dollars is a lot of money. Especially for
This just in, from KTSM: Newly constructed regional water park Camp Cohen is set to have its opening day by
According to El Diario de Juarez, MountainStar Sports Group is trying to put a big theme park in Cd. Juarez’
The City of El Paso is spending hundreds of millions of dollars on stuff we don’t need. City Council [will
You’ve probably heard that the Texas Legislature reduced the rollback rate to 3.5%. Here’s the skinny from the Texas Tribune.
I lifted some slides from City Manager Tommy Gonzalez’ presentation on the water parks to City Council. Like this one:
Sometimes the jokes just write themselves. From CBS4Local, in a story headlined New El Paso waterparks bringing economic growth to