• May 18, 2021

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.

SISD students do well at national technology conference

Several Socorro Independent School District students represented the district and placed at the 2015 National Technology Student Association conference and contest in Grapevine, Texas. Students from El Dorado, Socorro, Montwood, and Americas High schools attended the conference. Gerardo Ramos from Americas placed 9th in the nation in CAD 3D Engineering. Ramos, who placed first at […]Read More

Chihuahuas’ Dickerson named 2015 PCL Rookie of the Year

ROUND ROCK, Texas – El Paso Chihuahuas left fielder Alex Dickerson has been named the 2015 Pacific Coast League Rookie of the Year, the league announced today. Dickerson, from Poway, California, was voted the league’s top rookie after a balloting of the PCL field managers and media representatives from across the league. The award was […]Read More

Chalk the Block artists have until Thursday to apply

Every October, the streets of Downtown El Paso become canvasses for artists to display their chalk masterpieces. Now, the window for artists to apply to have their work included in this year’s Chalk the Block festival is coming to a close. “Chalk the Block is an opportunity for artists to have their work seen by […]Read More

Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley Pet of the

Name:Avery Breed:Labrador/Pitbull Mix Color:Black/White Sex:  Female Age:  ~3 years old Say hello to this beautiful girl! Avery is a 3 year old Labrador/Pit mix who loves playing in the sprinklers and ice cream! This canine sure does love her creamy treats and promises that if you take her to Caliche’s once a week for a poochie cone she […]Read More

City announces $3.7m funding available for Districts 6 & 7

City of El Paso offers CDBG funding to improve neighborhoods in Districts 6 and 7. Approximately $3.7 million available in Community Development Block Grant Funds The City of El Paso’s Department of Community and Human Development is pleased to announce available funding to improve low-and moderate- income neighborhoods in Districts 6 and 7. Approximately $3.7 million […]Read More

History of Southwest textiles and importance set to be explored

From ancient baskets to modern textiles, woven fabrics have been used by humans for centuries and some of the techniques used to create them were fine-tuned over hundreds of years right here in the American Southwest. “The Southwestern region was home to a diverse and rich weaving history before the arrival of the Europeans,” said […]Read More

Chihuahuas bite 51’s 6-5, Now sit 1/2 game out of

The El Paso Chihuahuas trailed by two runs with one out in the ninth inning Monday but came back to beat first place Las Vegas 6-5. Hector Gomez laced a three-run triple in the ninth inning to put the Chihuahuas ahead. Closer Jon Edwards left the tying run on at second base to secure his […]Read More