• November 28, 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.

Name change announced for local hospital group

Wednesday morning, officials with the Sierra Providence Health Network announced to community leaders, staff, physicians and city council members that they are now The Hospitals of Providence. The largest hospital system in El Paso renamed its hospitals and medical facilities as part of a renewed commitment to moving health forward in the El Paso Community as a unified system. […]Read More

Football Fan Day to be Held at Minerpalooza

UTEP football will hold its annual “Fan Appreciation Day” on Friday, Aug. 28 in conjunction with the ever-popular Minerpalooza. A pep rally that will feature the UTEP football team, men’s and women’s basketball teams, Marching Miners, UTEP Cheerleaders and the Golddiggers will begin at 6:45 p.m. (MT) in the P-9 parking lot (right next to […]Read More

Six new cases of West Nile Virus reported; 3 found

Recent rains and high temperatures are believed to be factors in a recent jump in the number of West Nile virus (WNV) cases being reported in the El Paso area. This week the Department of Public Health confirmed an additional six cases of the mosquito-borne disease in the area. This brings the total number of […]Read More

El Paso Public Library offers information to help young children,

During the month of September, the El Paso Public Library will highlight the many free and low-cost services available to El Paso families which can help improve the cognitive and social development of young children. As part of the Family Place Library Program, local professionals who serve as resources for parents will emphasize the role […]Read More

Lane closures on Mesa, Carolina as projects advance

The City of El Paso will close one lane of vehicle traffic on Mesa Street and another on Carolina Drive in order to complete two construction projects.  While no routes will be detoured, Sun Metro may experience delays in these areas. Staff will monitor the area and assist passengers as needed. One northbound lane of Mesa […]Read More

Education Commissioner ends state oversight of EPISD

State oversight of the El Paso Independent School District will end on Monday, Aug. 24, with the exit of state-appointed monitor Fred Liner, Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams said in a letter to Superintendent Juan Cabrera Liner, a former Region 19 Education Service Center administrator, had been the District’s monitor since May, when he was tasked […]Read More

Training helps SISD nurses learn more about diabetes

Sixty nurses from the Socorro Independent School District participated in a daylong training on diabetes at the District Service Center. The Diabetes Academy, sponsored by Novo Nordisk, showed the medical staff the recent changes in treating the disease. “We deal with a lot of kids with diabetes,” said Rebecca Madrid, the district’s nurse manager of […]Read More

Proposals for Santa Teresa Census being sought

Doña Ana County is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide census services for the proposed incorporation of Santa Teresa, N.M. On July 14, 2015, a petition for the proposed incorporation of Santa Teresa was filed in the Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office. On July 15, 2015, the clerk’s office staff determined that 216 valid […]Read More

Chihuahuas sweep Sounds; Trail Las Vegas by one game

  The El Paso Chihuahuas won their seventh consecutive game Tuesday, defeating the Nashville Sounds 9-4. The Chihuahuas won all four games in Nashville, completing their third series sweep of the season. Alex Dickerson hit a solo home run in the top of the first inning, his 12th of the year. Dickerson, who hit an […]Read More

EPISD Teachers get ready for the start of school

From staff development to setting up classrooms, El Paso Independent School District teachers are back and ready for the 2015-16 school year and the 60,000 plus students coming back to school Aug. 24. Staff development kicked off last week for new teachers with sessions geared to introduce key EPISD personnel, learn about the District’s Strategic […]Read More

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