• January 24, 2021

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Tim Holt’s 10 Questions: Erik Wahl, Author of “UNthink” &

Faithful readers of this column know that I occasionally will ask authors of books I find interesting to answer a few questions. I am always grateful for these very busy people that take the time to respond. The following interview is with Erik Wahl, author of “UNthink” and the forthcoming “The Spark and the Grind.” […]Read More

Tim Holt’s 10 Questions: Sparking Breakthrough Ideas

Warren Berger is author of “A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas.” As many of you know, I love to ask authors of books I am reading, about their thinking and to dig a little more deeply into their writing.   I am always grateful when they take time out of […]Read More

Tim Holt’s 10 Questions: Rewiring Education

John Couch is a former (and FIRST) Apple VP of Education and has written, along with Jason Towne, an excellent primer for anyone that wants to understand how tech can be used properly to transform learning in our schools. As my readers know, I only ask authors that I like to answer questions, and I […]Read More

North Texas rally dooms Miners 45-43

DENTON, Texas –  Jaelon Darden reeled in eight catches for 173 yards to become North Texas’ all-time receiving leader, as the Mean Green came from behind to beat UTEP, 45-43, on Friday night in Denton. Darden scored four times, including the go-ahead TD with 8:06 to play in the third quarter, as North Texas (4-5, 3-4 […]Read More

City Officials: Residents need to celebrate the Holiday virtually

On the eve of Thanksgiving, city officials are urging the community to stay home and not gather with loved ones who don’t live in the same household. “We want to again remind the community to keep our families safe this holiday,” said Dr. Hector Ocaranza, City-County Local Health Authority. “Thursday is typically a day to […]Read More

UTEP Artists thank COVID-19 Caregivers via ‘Lend a Hand’ medals

Students, faculty and alumni from The University of Texas at El Paso were part of an international art effort to honor health care workers who risk their lives daily in service of COVID-19 patients. The Hand Medal Project, a collaboration of more than 3,000 artists from 66 countries, produced approximately 70,000 “hand” medals from April through […]Read More

Longhorns take down UTEP 59-3

AUSTIN – No. 14 Texas scored 45 first-half points as the Longhorns rode their furious start to a 59-3 victory over the UTEP Miners on Saturday night in Austin. Sam Ehlinger completed 25-of-33 passes for 426 yards and five touchdowns before exiting the game midway through the third quarter. He was 16-for-21 passing for 311 yards […]Read More

El Paso’s Sylvia Borunda Firth elected State Bar of Texas

AUSTIN — Texas attorneys elected Sylvia Borunda Firth of El Paso to be president-elect of the State Bar of Texas. SBoT officials say that Borunda Firth received 49.31 percent—9,515—of the 19,298 votes cast during the voting period that ended May 29. Her opponent, Pablo Almaguer of Edinburg, received 49.11 percent or 9,478 votes. Write-in candidates […]Read More

Franklin students honored by UN group for community service

The United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) and InnerView recognized 156 Franklin High School Students at the 2nd Annual National Community Service Awards. This program has been designed to connect student community service activities and commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to transform our world. Students from Franklin High School delivered the most impact […]Read More