By Kent Paterson They stand on an El Paso street like the shadowy, eerie artifacts of a forgotten ancient civilization.
By Kent Paterson Carefully treading a crossing of slippery stones strung across the shallow Rio Grande between Ciudad Juárez and
By Kent Paterson Standing tall and stoic, Albert Silva gazed at the barbed wire topping the fence on the U.S.
By Kent Paterson With his wife and small child seated nearby, Noel mused about the family’s round-about journey to the
By Kent Paterson In the annals of border history, U.S.-Mexico relations and global commerce, Ciudad Juárez has often played a
by Kent Paterson Every river searches for the seaEvery life runs its own destinyCanyons white and wild stretches calm and
By Kent Paterson Summer Solstice should be a time for celebration. But for many desperate migrants attempting to enter the
By Kent Paterson A giant of a woman in Mexican political life, civil society and human rights advocacy passed away
By Kent Paterson Well, it’s finally come to pass. Denizens of the Land of Enchantment – and their neighbors –
By Kent Paterson We’ve withstood some pretty fierce winds in the region lately. But so far, fortunately, no wind has
by Kent Paterson Don’t miss these radio shows: On KUNM 89.9 FM Albuquerque Livestream: www.kunm.org Saturday, May 8, 7 pm
by Kent Paterson Women’s Day Reporting Diverges in U.S. and Mexico What was the top story in Mexico and the
Here’s a good way to ring in a new era. Be sure to check out the last hour of the
By Kent Paterson He was the King of Mesa Street, the main drag that winds up and down El Paso’s