• October 28, 2020

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.

‘Mija, Yes you Can’ Project teams up with Paso del

The ‘Mija, yes you can’ Project continues to gain momentum, just even months into its creation, the project has already made headlines both locally and nationally; and Friday announced a key partnership. As the project continues to grow, organizers say they are proud to be a featured fund for the Paso Del Norte Community foundation’s […]Read More

FBI El Paso presents 2019 Director’s Community Leadership Award to

Luis Quesada, special agent-in-charge of the El Paso Field Office announced Friday that Mary Aguilar Yañez has been named the 2019 recipient of the FBI’s Director’s Community Leadership Award (DCLA) for the El Paso Field Office. “The FBI can only conduct investigations and protect the American people from crime and acts of extremism if it […]Read More

Sushi Itto announces plans to locate at WestStar Tower

Friday morning, officials with Hunt Companies, Inc. and WestStar announced that Sushi Itto will locate at WestStar Tower.  Sushi Itto, a Japanese restaurant, has leased 3,600 square feet of space on the ground-floor Hunt Plaza level of the new 20-story, office building in downtown El Paso, TX. “We couldn’t be more excited to open the […]Read More

TxDoT, Connect10 Project closures, detours for week of October 25

Crews will be working on some high impact closures this week, including the anticipated  27-hour closure for the I-10 Connect project this weekend. Southbound traffic on Interstate 110, the short freeway spur connecting US 54 to the Bridge of the Americas, will be relocated to the newly reconstructed southbound lanes on Monday morning. That will […]Read More

County Judge amends county guidelines due to Covid-19 surge, sends

Yesterday, the County Judge’s Office, the Sheriff’s Office, the University Medical Center, Office of Emergency Management and the City-County Local Health Authority spoke to the community concerning the high surge in COVID-19 cases. For the first time, throughout the pandemic, the Health Department reported 1,161 new cases, and today it was reported that we had […]Read More

Amid surge of COVID-19 cases, Mayor announces new guidelines for

Thursday afternoon, in light of the region’s first thousand plus day of new COVID-19 cases, Mayor Dee Margo announced new restrictions on sports in city parks and extension of closures of city quality of life centers. “Each case represents a person, a mother, a father, grandmothers, grandfathers, brothers, sisters and children. A member of a […]Read More

Bishop Seitz, Rep. Escobar release statements on COVID-19 surge

Thursday afternoon, Bishop Mark J. Seitz and Congresswoman Veronica Escobar both released statements regarding the recent surge in Covid-19 cases and the response from local officials. Congresswoman Veronica Escobar Statement on Surge of COVID-19 Cases in El Paso: Today, Congresswoman Veronica Escobar (TX-16) issued the following statement in response to the record-breaking surge of coronavirus […]Read More

TEA designates Canutillo ISD to be next Math Innovation Zone

Canutillo ISD’s math program has earned a highly competitive Math Blended Learning grant from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) that will scale Canutillo ISD’s roster of blended-learning math programs in grades pre-K through 8th, a practice that enables teachers to deliver personalized learning in order to meet the needs of all students. Officials say this […]Read More

Socorro ISD CNS employee saves colleague by performing Heimlich maneuver

A cafeteria manager in the Socorro Independent School District is being praised for saving a fellow employee by performing the Heimlich maneuver while he was choking. Luis Gaytan, cafeteria manager at Sgt. Roberto Ituarte Elementary School and Spec. Rafael Hernando III Middle School, took heroic action recently to assist Omar Rebollo, a Child Nutrition Service […]Read More

“Picks Up Podcast” features UTEP Offensive Lineman Bobby DeHaro

The “Voice of the Miners” Jon Teicher sits down with UTEP junior offensive lineman and El Paso native Bobby DeHaro on this week’s “Picks Up Podcast.” In 2019, DeHaro earned Honorable Mention All-Conference USA accolades for the second consecutive season, starting every game for the Miners at left guard. He paved the way for a […]Read More