• December 5, 2020

Staff Report

Staff Reports are just that, Staff Reporting the news. No skew, no opinion just the news. We pride ourselves on making sure that we bring you the news as soon as it is published, submitted or sent to us. No need to have a reporter rewrite or give their opinion. The facts or information, nothing more.

Deputies arrest alleged gang member, sex offender in Clint

Officials with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office say deputies arrested a wanted man last Friday, August 21st, 2015. According to a EPCSO release, Deputies received information on an alleged Azteca gang member Gilbert Pinon. Officials say Pinon had an active criminal warrant for Aggravated Sexual Assault on a Child. With the information received, Deputies located the suspect along […]Read More

Officials identify motorcyclist killed in Sunday wreck

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office officials have identified the biker killed in a Sunday wreck near Canutillo. In a Monday morning news release, officials say 65-year-old Jorge Llamas died as a result of injuries he sustained in Sunday morning’s crash. According to EPCSO officials, the wreck happened just after 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning, along the […]Read More

San Elizario ISD’s Hopp is State Superintendent Finalist

San Elizario Independent School District Superintendent Sylvia Hopp has been selected as a state finalist for the annual Superintendent of the Year award sponsored by the Texas Association of School Boards. Hopp is one of five finalists for the state award and is representing Region 19. On August 22, the Education Service Center (ESC) Region […]Read More

Mesita Early Childhood Development Center at Vilas “opens”

The doors of the Mesita Early Childhood Development Center at Vilas opened today to 390 prekindergarten through first grade students pumping new life into a century-old building and the surrounding neighborhood. “What an amazing opportunity to establish an early childhood center to focus on the social, emotional and academic needs of our youngest of students,” […]Read More

100,000+ El Paso area students head back to school today

From Fort Hancock to the New Mexico border, hundreds of thousands of El Paso-area children head back to class today, kicking off the 2015-16 school year. For educators and staff, the classrooms have been prepped and ready for the rush this morning, as most have been on campus since last week. Thousands of other students have been […]Read More

Sky Sox shut down Dogs 3 to 2; Vegas’ lead

  Colorado Springs starter Josh Roenicke held the El Paso Chihuahuas to one run in 5.2 innings Sunday, as the Sky Sox beat the Chihuahuas 3-2. It was the first time Colorado Springs has ever played at Southwest University Park in El Paso. The Chihuahuas struck first when Hunter Renfroe hit a solo home run […]Read More

UTEP Topples Abilene Christian, 1-0, Behind Cutaia’s Goal

UTEP senior Angela Cutaia hammered home a header at 80:51 to help lift the home side to a 1-0 victory against Abilene Christian at a sun-soaked University Field Sunday afternoon. Freshman Carleigh Simmons was credited with an assist on the play for her service off the corner kick. The Miners (1-1-0) controlled things throughout most […]Read More

EPISD ‘Penny Swap’ passes; Fewer than 10K voted

After nearly a month of early voting, community presentations and ‘get out the vote’ programs, El Paso ISD officials celebrated the approval of their ‘Penny Swap’ Election Saturday night. Out of the 160,000 plus voters eligible to participate in the election, only 8,793 residents hit the polls – a turnout of just under 5.5% None-the-less, […]Read More

Dogs down Redbirds 9-3; Return home Sunday

A six-run top of the second inning guided the El Paso Chihuahuas to a 9-3 win over the Memphis Redbirds on Saturday night. The Chihuahuas finished their eight-game Tennessee road trip 7-1 and have taken three consecutive series. The Chihuahuas trail Las Vegas by a half game in the PCL’s Southern Division. The six-run rally […]Read More

Socorro ISD celebrates SHS’s 50th anniversary

Socorro High School is celebrating its 50th anniversary and homecoming week Aug. 24-29. Alumni and the community are welcome to join in the festivities. The homecoming parade will begin at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 27 and the Burning of the S and night pep rally will follow on the football field at Socorro High School. The […]Read More