• December 4, 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.

Clint ISD salutes staffer’s 40 year career with district

Every spring, Juanita “Janie” Martinez, personnel specialist for the Clint Independent School District, gathers service records of all district employees. At the end of the 2014-2015 school year; nine employees had been employed for 25 years, two had worked for 30 years but only one had dedicated 40 years of service to Clint ISD. The […]Read More

Man injured in apparent ‘road rage’ shooting on US54

El Paso Police say a shooting on US54 North, near Hondo Pass Drive, is most likely the result of a road rage incident. Officials say the incident happened Thursday, August 20, shortly after 9:30 p.m. According to statements given to police, the driver of the car, a 20-year-old male, and his 2 passengers were traveling northbound on US54. They […]Read More

Las Cruces man arrested, allegedly kicked teen daughter

Police arrest a Las Cruces man after he allegedly kicks his 16-year-old daughter and shoves his ex-wife to the floor during a heated argument. 38-year-old Aaron M. Vargas Sr. is charged with one count of intentional child abuse and one count of battery against a household member. According to Las Cruces Police, the incident occurred Wednesday, August […]Read More

El Paso’s July unemployment numbers mixed

Workforce Solutions Borderplex (WSB) released their monthly report on employment numbers in the city and the county, and they are a mixed batch. According to WSB numbers, last month the El Paso Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) unemployment rate was 0.5 points higher than the unemployment rate for the city of El Paso. The unemployment rate for […]Read More

Horizon City suffers water pressure issues, Company responds

Just last weekend, Horizon City had an issue with low water pressure throughout the community, this along with recent outages and leaks, prompted horizoncity.com (HC) to reach out to Severn Trent Services (STS) in regards to the issues. STS, along with El Paso Electric crews and the Horizon MUD worked to see that the problems were solved. […]Read More

Socorro ISD Board sets 2015-16 tax rate; Unchanged for 4th

Taxpayers in Socorro ISD will see their tax rate stay at the same level for the 4th consecutive year. The Socorro ISD Board of Trustees this week approved the 2015-16 tax rate of $1.27 per $100 valuation. The rate includes $0.97 for maintenance and operations, which is well below the rate permitted without voter approval […]Read More

Chihuahuas take first place; Lead Las Vegas by half game

A comfortable El Paso Chihuahuas’ lead turned into a dramatic bottom of the ninth inning Thursday in Memphis, as El Paso held off the surging Redbirds to win 7-5. Memphis entered the bottom of the ninth down 7-2 before scoring three times and loading the bases to put the winning run on base. Frank Garces […]Read More

UTEP Nursing Students deliver school supplies

University of Texas at El Paso nursing students, extending their care beyond the medical profession, donated school supplies to Hillside Elementary School. The Texas Nursing Student Association (TNSA) and Elias Provencio-Vasquez, UTEP Dean of the School of Nursing, collected more than 1,500 school supply items and delivered them to the school on Aug. 19. “The […]Read More

Three Riverside schools partner to elevate STEM learning

Teachers at Ramona Elementary, Riverside Middle School and Riverside High School spent time this summer to hone their skills in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). By attending a STEM institute, they learned how to embed Project Based Learning within the curriculum. Since Riverside High School was designated a T- STEM Academy by TEA this […]Read More

Former UTEP runner Okagbare Set to Compete at IAAF World

Former UTEP sprinter and jumper, Blessing Okagbare, will represent the country of Nigeria at the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing from Aug. 22-30. Okagbare will be competing in the 100m dash, 200m dash and she is listed as a possible candidate for the 4x100m relay team. Okagbare is Nigeria’s most prominent track and field […]Read More

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