City Council should get a raise. I know that they’re pretty worthless and they haven’t been doing us any favors.
All those QoL projects are stupid. I think that none of them will significantly improve anyone’s real Quality of Life,
Well, we’ve got bars and hotels. Triple A ball. A nice park in the middle of downtown. Pokemon Go. Big
Our local media like to tell you how much a property tax increase is going to cost you. But your
There used to be the nicest neighborhood over there in Juarez. It was called the Mariscal for one of the
Yesterday I dropped the ball. Occasional commenter Henry offered this in response to my post about the popular exodus from
According to this estimate provided by the City of El Paso, El Paso County population was 833,487 in 2014. For
Well, there it is. The El Paso Times reports that the University Medical Center, overseen by the El Paso County
that can’t be fixed with higher taxes and bigger government bureaucracies. Am I right?
Don’t you suppose that it’s the duty of the preeminent English-language newspaper to give voice to their opinion on the
Do you reckon that the El Paso Independent School District will put mobile voting stations in their high schools the
The City has renewed its partnership with the CBP to keep the bridge lines short. From KVIA: The City of
In an apparent bid to distinguish itself from other developers in town, the Meyers Group, those people who are trying
I spent the weekend in Marfa. Marfa is like the Disneyland version of West Texas, like Main Street USA. Plenty
According to this story in El Diario, visitors to downtown will soon enjoy free wifi: La avenida Juárez contará con
I’m sure you’ve heard the news: It’s All Good. But that trite homily hides an ugly truth. For the year
I guess you saw the U.S. News and World Report report that had El Paso rated as the ninth best
Those planning to travel from downtown El Paso to the west side during peak travel hours are advised catch U.S.
One of the keys for El Paso’s future development is advanced logistics, if you believe the masterminds at the Borderplex
Here’s an opinion piece in the El Paso Times from Northeast El Paso resident Mark Lucas. I’m concerned about City