Some of those arena advocates act like it’s our patriotic duty to support downtown development. “Economic development,” they say. “Fortune
My personal seismograph put the epicenter at City Hall. Damages haven’t been assessed yet, but I’m hoping it’s a lot.
Advocates say we need the arena as an engine of economic development. That’s not how economic development works. If you
This article originally appeared on 2022 August 31. I stumbled across this gem the other day. From the El Paso
By Kent Paterson They stand on an El Paso street like the shadowy, eerie artifacts of a forgotten ancient civilization.
Woody and Gayle Hunt are El Paso Inc.’s El Pasoans of the year, 2022. Here are couple of things that
by Bob Chessey A Tale of Pacing and Endurance Summer’s end in 1930 was proving to be a tough time
By Kent Paterson Carefully treading a crossing of slippery stones strung across the shallow Rio Grande between Ciudad Juárez and
Three of the four candidates supported by the plutocrats Woody Hunt and Paul Foster lost their runoffs. Does this mean
Is Bettina Olivares eligible to serve as the City Representative for District 8? Here’s the part of the Municipal Code
The City of El Paso (that is you, the taxpayer) is spending millions, or tens of millions, or hundreds of
Here’s a few paragraphs from Wednesday’s dead tree front page story of the El Paso Times: One night in October
This was written by a girl I get to sleep with sometimes: I’ve spent a lot of time in the
From CBS4Local: As CBS4’s John Purvis reported in a Tough Questions Special Report last week, the federal government’s planned expansion
by John Mulhouse Train I Ride The Albuquerque Rail Yards are a massive complex sprawling over 27.3 acres and sitting
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