• January 20, 2022

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El Paso Pro-Musica returns for the Chamber Music Festival

El Paso Pro-Musica kicks off the 2022 Chamber Music Festival with incredible Concerts, the return of Bach’s Lunch at the El Paso Museum of Art and the 16th annual collaboration with the El Paso Symphony Orchestra. “We hope to continue presenting outstanding music performances with the safety of our patrons as the number one priority,” […]Read More

El Paso ISD OK’s temporary mask rule starting January 25;

On Tuesday, the El Paso ISD Board of Trustees adopted a temporary provision that sets the expectation for all students, employees and visitors to wear a face mask while on District property but offers an opt-out for those who do not wish to use one. “The District will follow the guidance of the Board of […]Read More

Guiding Star El Paso to hold ‘Baby Freebies’ event in

On Thursday, December 20, Guiding Star will again be helping families with their baby needs via a free event. From 10 am  to 3:00 pm at Iglesia Corona de Vida, located at 251 Horizon Boulevard in Socorro, officials will provide “Baby Freebies”: diapers, wipes, and other essentials, to local families impacted by the current COVID-19 […]Read More

TTUHSC El Paso Vice President Joins Prestigious Texas Lyceum Board

TTUHSC – A Texas-based nonprofit tasked with developing the state’s next generation of top leaders has chosen a Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso vice president to join its ranks. Andrea Tawney, Ph.D., vice president of the Office of Institutional Advancement, has been selected to the class of 2022 board of directors of […]Read More

El Paso Locomotive Welcomes Defender Nick Hinds to 2022 Roster

El Paso Locomotive FC has signed Defender Nick Hinds for the 2022 USL Championship season, pending league and federation approval, the club announced today. “Nick Hinds is a player who I have worked with previously in Seattle,” said El Paso Locomotive Head Coach and Technical Director, John Hutchinson. “He is a technical footballer that can cover any position on […]Read More

The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso Reveals New 2022 Experiences

Shopping during the week will be a little more entertaining at The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso with the introduction of a newly-minted weekly musical event titled Wine Down Wednesdays. Every Wednesday, live local musicians will entertain shoppers in the Food Court from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. January and February performances include PIE Music […]Read More

El Paso schools struggle with teacher absences as COVID-19 spreads

Sam Ingram had someone unexpected teaching his sixth grade math class last week: Morehead Middle School’s assistant principal was filling in for the absent teacher. El Paso schools are short teachers and substitutes as rising COVID-19 infections, driven by the highly contagious omicron variant, have led to higher staff absences than usual. The El Paso […]Read More

El Paso Animal Services Pets to Fly on First-Ever January

More than 90 Animal Services pets will take to the skies on Sunday, January 16 in the first-ever January rescue flight, heading to shelters and rescues in Canada. Similar rescue flights take place in spring and summer months when shelters are often full and needing help. The El Paso Animal Services Center needs homes for […]Read More

City Opposes $41.8 Million El Paso Electric Rate Case Increase

The City of El Paso and twelve other intervenors are currently participating in the Public Utility Commission of Texas public hearing regarding El Paso Electric’s proposed rate increase. In June 2021, the City Council voted unanimously to suspend the rate increase proposed by El Paso Electric (EPE) for its Texas retail customers. EPE filed an […]Read More