• December 1, 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.

El Paso ISD’s ‘Operation Outreach’ going strong in its 8th

Members of the community and EPISD leadership visited Juan Perez Friday and convinced him to return to school and finish his high school education. Perez, 19, left Bowie High School last semester to work and care for his two-year-old daughter. The visit was part of the District’s annual Operation Outreach program, where the Alpha Team, […]Read More

Miners softball splits doubleheader against Odessa

The UTEP softball team fell 11-9 to Odessa in game one, but rallied in game two during a 12-0 win Friday night at the Helen of Troy Softball Complex. The Wranglers had a seven-run fourth inning highlighted by an Alyssa Hanks three-run home run and a Mariah Jameyson two-run shot. But the Miners scored seven […]Read More

North Texas sweeps UTEP Volleyball 3 – 0

The UTEP volleyball team fell to North Texas 3-0 (25-19, 25-21, 25-21) on Friday night in Memorial Gym. UTEP is now 6-10 overall, and 0-2 in Conference USA as North Texas moves to 10-7 and 2-0 in C-USA. Sophomore Coline Coessens paced the Miners’ offense with a team-high 12 kills while pitching in nine digs […]Read More

Miners finish 15th in Tucker Invitational

Albuquerque, N.M.- The UTEP men’s golf team shot a final round 19-over par 307 to finish the William H. Tucker Invitational in 15th place at 52-over par (307-302-307-916). Frederik Dreier carded a final round score of even par to finish at four-over par for the whole tournament (74-74-72-220). The junior’s final round consisted of two […]Read More

Border Patrol Agents snag $189k worth of pot in three

Border Patrol Agents assigned to the El Paso Sector made two large pot busts near the town of Santa Teresa, and a third in El Paso. On Thursday, Agents from Santa Teresa spotted a Nissan sedan that was associated with a suspected smuggler operating in the area.  Agents grew increasingly suspicious after the vehicle kept driving around cattle […]Read More

Design nearly done for West El Paso Pool; ‘Stunning’ look

The Westside Pool, a 2012 Quality Of Life project will provide El Paso with the city’s first 50 meter, competition-ready Natatorium facility. The new Natatorium will be built adjacent to the existing Leo Cancellare Memorial Pool in west El Paso with a direct connection between the two pool decks so that both facilities can be […]Read More

Southwest University Park to host Soccer exhibition October 9th

Southwest University Park, in conjunction with Leg Up Entertainment, present the first ever soccer exhibition match featuring FC Juarez of the Ascenso MX League and Monarcas Morelia of the Liga MX. The exhibition will take place on Friday, October 9th at 7:30 p.m. with gates opening at 6 p.m. “When we envisioned a new downtown […]Read More

Police ask for help identifying remains, release photos of items

El Paso Police and the Crimes Against Persons Unit are reaching out to the public in the hopes of identifying remains found in August, near the Franklin Mountains. According to El Paso Police, the remains were found Saturday, August 22nd, by hikers in the desert area near Pipeline Road and Transmountain. Officers with the Westside […]Read More

Socorro ISD administrators honored for outstanding leadership

The Texas Association of Secondary School Principals has named two administrators from the Socorro Independent School District as tops in their profession. Former SPC. Rafael Hernando III Principal Cindy Retana was selected as the 2015-2016 Region 19 Outstanding Middle School Principal of the Year. Retana is now principal at El Dorado High School. Another Hernando […]Read More

SISD launches new bus safety measure for Pre-K, kinder students

Safe and secure learning environments is always the top priority for the Socorro Independent School District and the latest safety measure is focused on keeping the youngest students safe on SISD buses. Team SISD is implementing a new safety protocol for Pre-Kindergarten and kindergarten students who ride the bus to school. Parents, guardians or anyone […]Read More

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