• May 25, 2022

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OSHA announces renewal of alliance with El Paso staffing solutions

The U.S. Department of Labor’s OSHA Monday announced its renewal of a three-year alliance with T&T Staff Management Inc. to provide construction and general industry workers and companies with whom T&T works with information about workplace hazards and resources that promote workers’ rights and safe, healthful workplaces. The alliance will continue its focus on fall prevention, electrocution, […]Read More

UTEP awarded OSHA grant to help keep construction workers safe

The University of Texas at El Paso is one of 80 U.S. institutions awarded a prestigious Susan Harwood federal safety and health training grant from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to train hard-to-reach Hispanic workers in El Paso and neighboring areas for the seventh consecutive year. The program granted […]Read More

Socorro ISD welcomes students back to school for in-person instruction

Socorro ISD teachers and staff eagerly welcomed all students back to its 49 campuses for the first day of school on August 2. Socorro ISD leaders, principals, teachers, and support staff had been preparing for months for the anticipated return to in-person instruction for the 2021-22 school year. Schools were bustling as students, parents, teachers, […]Read More

Texas educators worry bill limiting the teaching of current events

Dallas Independent School District teacher Jocelyn Foshay was guiding a social studies lesson with her middle school class about the amendment that protects Americans from unreasonable search and seizure. “Where was the Fourth Amendment to protect Breonna Taylor?” a student asked her, referring to a Black woman who was shot and killed in her apartment […]Read More

Texas’ divisive bill limiting how students learn about current events

After hours of passionate debate about how Texas teachers can instruct school children about America’s history of subjugating people of color, the state Senate early Saturday morning advanced a new version of a controversial bill aimed at banning critical race theory in public and open-enrollment charter schools. Sen. Bryan Hughes, R-Mineola, introduced a reworked version […]Read More

County Judge Samaniego, Mayor Leeser issue orders to reflect Gov.

Both County Judge Ricardo Samaniego and El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser issued orders for the region to reflect Governor Greg Abbott’s orders last week to re-open the state and do away with the mask mandate. According to a statement from Judge Samaniego, County’s Stay Safe Order No. 16 was issued to reflect Governor Greg Abbott’s […]Read More

Sundt promotes Matt Leroy in El Paso

Sundt Construction officials announced the promotion Matt LeRoy to assistant project manager in its El Paso office. “Matt is well-deserving of his promotion,” said Joseph Riccillo, Project Director in Sundt’s El Paso office. “He has shown great leadership and brings a skill set that furthers our mission to be the most skilled builder in America, especially in El Paso.” […]Read More