Well, the election has come and gone and I’m not on that train. A lot of you have expressed condolences.
No, not Erectile Dysfunction. That’s a separate discussion all together. Economic Development. The City’s Economic Development policies are designed to
First I’d like to thank everyone who brought me this far in this year’s election. Thank you to the donors,
They mean business! And they support Rich Wright for City Representative for District 8. And many more!
Here’s a local history showcase with El Paso history all-stars.
It’s crunch time. We are down to the final countdown. Three days left for voting. Today, tomorrow, and Tuesday. We
By Kent Paterson Standing tall and stoic, Albert Silva gazed at the barbed wire topping the fence on the U.S.
El Paso is as culturally unique as New Orleans, or San Francisco, or Key West. There is no place in
The elected officials dress up, and look down at us from the dais, and once a week they might have
Hey, I’ve got some of these big (4′ x 8′) signs available. If you live in District 8, and have
by Vanessa Johnson Beto Dominguez Rodriguez passed away on September 16, 2022, at 4 p.m., surrounded by his loved ones,
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
By Bob Chessey Gabriel Jara and “El Contrabando de El Paso” On the night of August 7, 1924, a somber
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
Getting back to this KFOX interview with City Manager Tommy Gonzalez: “We’ve been successful in bringing different types of big-name
By Kent Paterson With his wife and small child seated nearby, Noel mused about the family’s round-about journey to the