• October 21, 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.

Two most wanted men arrested by Task Force, EPCSO Deputies

Officials with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office announced late Friday the arrests of two of their most wanted subjects, in two separate incidents. Both Anthony Poblano and Jonathon Reza were on the list for various offenses. Poblano was wanted for Burglary of a Building, Assault on a Family Member and Possession of a Controlled […]Read More

Border Patrol Agents nab drugs, smugglers in Southern New Mexico

Border Patrol Agents from Deming and Lordsburg, New Mexico combined to seize more than 273 pounds of marijuana last week, while apprehending six suspected narcotics couriers. Early on September 2nd, Agents assigned to the Deming Station were patrolling on I-10 near mile marker 45 when they observed five subjects hauling backpacks making their way north […]Read More

Jenna Farrey to serve 35 years in prison for baby’s

Nearly two years after being caught in Michigan and her baby’s body being found in a shallow grave in Orogrande (NM), Jenna Farrey was sentenced to 35 years in prison. According to on-line court documents, Farrey pled guilty on Wednesday in Judge Patrick Garcia’s courtroom. The documents reveal that Farrey’s sentence was to start that […]Read More

Seats for the 2015 Pacific Coast League Playoffs on sale

Individual game seats for the 2015 PCL playoffs are on sale. Plenty of great seats are available and can be purchased at the Southwest University Park Box Office located on Durango St. Tickets are also available online at EPChihuahuas.com or over the phone at (915) 533-BASE. El Paso’s 10-1 victory on Thursday over the Las […]Read More

El Paso’s Foreign Trade Zone tops in the Nation

El Paso’s Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ No. 68) has emerged as #1 in Exports and #2 in Merchandise Received for the year 2014. The findings were recently reported to Congress by the U.S. Foreign Trade Zones Board. “We have stayed focused on what we do best by implementing innovative customer service, fostering business relationships, and […]Read More

Leaders of the Pack: Chihuahuas beat Las Vegas 10-1, now

The El Paso Chihuahuas hit three home runs and beat Las Vegas 10-1 Thursday to hop over the 51s into first place in the Southern Division. The Chihuahuas have a half-game lead with five games remaining in the regular season, while Las Vegas has four games left. Rymer Liriano, Jake Goebbert and Will Middlebrooks all […]Read More

Burglar surprised by homeowner, caught by police

A doorbell-ringing would-be burglar was surprised when the home he broke into was still occupied by the homeowner. On Wednesday afternoon, officers out of the Westside Regional Command responded to a call of a burglary in progress along the 600 block of Vera. According to officers, the homeowner peeked out his front door after hearing the door bell […]Read More

Dairy expands operations in Las Cruces

There has been a lot of recent, positive activity at Las Cruces’ West Mesa Industrial Park (WMIP), and the activity looks like it will continue. F & A Dairy, a prominent WMIP fixture for the last 20 years, is currently looking for 20 to 25 new employees as a result of strengthening demand for its […]Read More

El Paso Children’s Hospital reacts to Bankruptcy court hearing

Today, the bankruptcy court concluded the hearing on the matters heard beginning August 31, 2015, including El Paso Children’s Hospital Motion to Extend Time to Assume or Reject Lease and UMC’s Motion to Compel Payment. After the conclusion of the hearing, Judge Mott issued an oral ruling, and granted El Paso Children’s Hospital motion to […]Read More

City of El Paso announces 2016 cultural funding recipients

Live performances by local actors and dancers, writing workshops, festivals in Downtown El Paso, and new artworks are a few examples of the investments the City of El Paso is making in its local arts and entertainment communities. The City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department’s (MCAD) Cultural Funding Program will award $394,557 […]Read More

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