• September 17, 2021

Staff Report

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El Paso Fire Department announces vaccination schedule

The program “Vaccinations for Health” that teams up the El Paso Fire Department with the El Paso Health Department to provide free influenza and pneumonia vaccines, blood pressure and glucose screenings and colorectal screening kits for seniors will start again in October at the following dates and locations. The influenza vaccine for the new flu […]Read More

Sun Bowl Association announces winners from Punt, Pass & Kick

The Sun Bowl Association has verified the results and winners for the Price’s Creameries Sun Bowl Punt, Pass & Kick presented by the City of El Paso Parks that was conducted on Tuesday, Oct. 20 at Sun Bowl Stadium. The winner in each age division has a chance to participate in the “team competition” that […]Read More

Celebrate National Food Day at the Downtown Art and Farmers

The Downtown Art and Farmers Market is the place to get locally grown and raised produce and agricultural products and support local growers. On Saturday, October 24, the Market will celebrate National Food Day with a community resource fair in addition to the local vendors who regularly sell their products at the Market. Food Day […]Read More

Bishop of El Paso reminds Congress of ‘Golden Rule’ on

  In testimony before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee October 21, Bishop Mark J. Seitz, Bishop of El Paso, Texas, testified that the United States has a moral obligation to protect unaccompanied children and families from persecution in Central America. The humanitarian outflow, driven by organized crime in the northern triangle countries […]Read More

Five additional cases of West Nile confirmed in El Paso

The City of El Paso Department of Public Health announced today that the West Nile virus has been confirmed in five more people in El Paso this season. The most recent confirmed cases involve residents who live in the downtown, central, and northeast part of the city. The number of West Nile virus-related deaths in […]Read More

Miners Men’s Golf wins first team title since 2005

The UTEP men’s golf team took first place at the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate on Tuesday. It is the Miners first tournament title since April of 2005, when they captured the championship of the Wyoming Cowboy Classic. UTEP, which had a six-stroke lead on second-place Lamar through 36 holes on Monday, posted its low round of […]Read More

UTEP gets $1m for Master of Rehabilitation Counseling program

The Master of Rehabilitation Counseling (MRC) program at The University of Texas at El Paso has received nearly $1 million from the U.S. Department of Education’s Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) to provide scholarships for 60 graduate students enrolled in the program over the next five years. The RSA awards grants to colleges and universities to […]Read More

City: Economic development brings in $309m in investment

On Tuesday, the City of El Paso Economic Development team shared its record high jobs and investment figures, which revealed that more jobs were created in the past two years than the previous eight years combined. These successes were presented to City Council Tuesday during an overview that also detailed how economic development activities have […]Read More

Border Patrol Agents arrests two murder fugitives

Border Patrol Agents from Santa Teresa Station are being lauded for the arrest of two men wanted for robbery and murder in Mexico. Early Monday, agents working near Mount Cristo Rey, rapidly responded to sensor activity near Santa Teresa. The agents saw footprints in an area notorious for illegal entries into the U.S. They began to follow foot sign when […]Read More

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