• September 17, 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.

New UTEP Student Housing open

Miner Canyon, the most ambitious student housing community in the history of The University of Texas at El Paso, opened its doors officially during a ceremony Monday morning. The complex,  located at 3490 Sun Bowl Drive, cost $23 million and is located on 6.2 acres bordered by a winding arroyo on the north end of campus. The […]Read More

Gang Unit investigates West El Paso stabbing

The El Paso Police’s Gang Unit is investigating a Sunday morning stabbing at a Westside hotel. According to police, a 30-year-old man was staying at the Mesa Inn, along the 4000 block of North Mesa. The man told police that two men broke into his room shortly after 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, August 16th, and […]Read More

Border Patrol have busy weekend in Southern NM

NEW MEXICO – U.S. Border Patrol Agents assigned to New Mexico Stations in the El Paso Sector seized almost $183,000 in marijuana, recovered a stolen vehicle and arrested a convicted child molester over the weekend period. Late Friday night, agents assigned to the Border Patrol Checkpoint on Interstate 10 just west of Las Cruces were […]Read More

CDC: Teenagers Need More Sleep

LAS VEGAS – Getting more sleep will likely help middle and high school students in Nevada and across the country do better in school, be healthier and make healthier choices, according to a study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Epidemiologist Anne Wheaton with the CDC says only one in eight students in […]Read More

UTEP Football Wraps Up Camp Ruidoso

Miners will open the 2015 campaign on Sept. 5 at Arkansas RUIDOSO, N.M. – The UTEP football team concluded Camp Ruidoso with its second scrimmage, but first official with Conference USA referees on Sunday. The Miners will head back to El Paso for their remainder of practices before the season kickoff on Sept. 5 in […]Read More

10 Things I learned growing up on a farm

Lessons are planned. New school clothes have been bought. Practices have started. It’s time. Summer is coming to an end and students are getting ready to head back to school. To the classroom. Where they learn textbook essentials—math, science and reading. Things they’ll use for years to come. But agriculture’s classroom taught me skills beyond […]Read More

New Mexico Fishing Report: Week of Aug 18th

CATCHES OF THE WEEK: Cochiti Lake: Michael Giudicissi of Albuquerque, caught a great smallmouth estimated to weigh between 3.5 and 4 pounds Aug. 15. He was fishing shallow water and using a square billed crank bait. Conchas Lake:  Brad Smithberger of Cincinnati, Ohio, caught a 4-pound walleye Aug. 14. He was using a white, bucktail […]Read More

History made: Socorro ISD enrolls student number 45,000

The Socorro Independent School District hit a significant milestone this week. The area’s second-largest district surpassed 45,000 students, which is some 2,500 more than just five years ago. “This is a major milestone for Team SISD,” said Dr. José Espinoza, SISD Superintendent of Schools. “The rate of growth that we continue to experience speaks volumes […]Read More

Chihuahuas Win 4-3 Sunday Night; Close in on Las Vegas

 For the second straight game, the El Paso Chihuahuas fell behind early and came back to win, defeating the Nashville Sounds 4-3 Sunday night. Robbie Erlin allowed only one earned run in 6.1 innings, his longest start of the season. The Sounds hit four singles and took advantage of an El Paso error in the […]Read More

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