This post originally appeared on 23 April 2018. The advocates for the City’s Quality of Life projects pretend that we
The El Paso Inc. reported this week that there’s a new plan for downtown El Paso. This month, the DMD,
Here’s a story from KVIA.com: Several city representatives say they will direct City Manager Tommy Gonzalez to decrease the City
From ElPasoTimes.com: El Paso Electric’s profit increased 87.4% in 2021 to $146.2 million, a new financial report shows. . .
By Kent Paterson A giant of a woman in Mexican political life, civil society and human rights advocacy passed away
Here’s a couple of factoids I extracted from this El Paso Times article about rising property valuations: The overall market
City Council will meet in a Special Session this afternoon with only one item on the agenda: Discussion and action
By Kent Paterson Well, it’s finally come to pass. Denizens of the Land of Enchantment – and their neighbors –
Look at this ad in this week’s El Paso Inc.: Did you see who the ad’s apparent sponsors are? Who
In their recent opinion piece in the El Paso Times titled El Paso’s Resurgence is not Happenstance, State Representative Lina
Did you know that there’s an El Paso sub-reddit? Here’s a post from reddit.com/r/ElPaso : Is it just me or
Here’s an impractical solution to the decline in baseball’s popularity, headlined Baseball is Dying. Government Should Take It Over. From
An alert reader just hipped me to this table from DQYDJ.com showing comparative rankings for metro areas in the U.S.
The El Paso Times ran an advertisement for article about the upcoming Chihuahuas baseball season in the print edition today.
Recently Lina Ortega and David Jerome penned an opinion piece for the El Paso Times. Here’s some of it: Sixty
From ElPasoMatters.com: The El Paso City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to pay $1.2 million to settle a lawsuit that
We are at war. No, I’m not talking about the Ukraine. I’m talking about the undeclared class war that MountainStar
At last Tuesday’s City Council meeting, City Staff wanted to renege on a promise the City made to El Pasoans
Did I ever mention that the El Paso City Government, the Chamber of Commerce, and MountainStar Sports have declared war
From the El Paso Times: David Jerome, who has been the El Paso Chamber’s chief executive officer for just over four years,