• January 25, 2022

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.

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

Reward up to $15k for Las Cruces church detonations

Las Cruces Crime Stoppers has increased its reward for information that leads to an arrest in the Aug. 2 explosions outside a pair of local churches. The reward now stands at $15,000, but that amount is good only through Sept. 18, 2015. The deadline to claim the $15,000 reward was set to preserve the integrity […]Read More

Commenting on Content on Herald Post: The rules…

COMMENT UPDATE 8/9/2019 All commenting is suspended until further notice. TOS UPDATE: 8/3/2019 As a result of the horrific events that occurred on Saturday, August 3 and subsequent threats, rumors and fake news in and around the event, the following modifications to our TOS are now in play. Commenting on all content will be cut […]Read More

Las Cruces Police arrest man after Wednesday bomb scare

The man believed to be responsible for the evacuation of several businesses after walking into Staples with a bag he claimed held explosives, has been charged with a felony and is currently being held without bond. 44-year-old Robert Schaffer, who is believed to be homeless, is charged with one count of intentionally delivering a facsimile […]Read More

Three more test positive for TB at Horizon City school;

On Thursday morning, the City of El Paso’s Department of Public Health announced that they have identified three more people who have tested positive for Tuberculosis at Frank Macias Elementary in Horizon City. “We want to make sure that parents, students, and staff realize that returning to school next week is safe, and that the Department of Public […]Read More

Coronado FFA starts annual Hatch chile sale

It’s that time of the year again when the smell of freshly roasted chile is in the air, and the Coronado High School FFA Chapter is ready to fulfill your green chile and jalapeño needs. “Our FFA members are earning to live and living to serve. Our members take the role of leaders, earning money […]Read More