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Information from around the Borderland and the World

November, 2016

  • 14 November

    El Paso Community College Receives National Smoke Free Grant

      El Paso Community College (EPCC) was awarded a $20,000 grant as part of the American Cancer Society and the CVS Health Foundation’s Tobacco-Free Generation Campus Initiative (TFGCI), a $3.6 million multi-year program intended to …

  • 14 November

    Sun Metro Hosts Pre-Construction Community Meetings for Alameda Brio

    Sun Metro has scheduled two community meetings to share construction details for the Alameda Brio project. The Alameda Brio will connect the Mission Valley to Central and Downtown El Paso. The total length of this …

  • 14 November

    BLM Promotes Renewable Energy for NM Public Lands

    The Bureau of Land Management has finalized rules that encourage increased solar and wind energy production on public lands, and it’s making New Mexico a priority. The policies create a competitive process similar to the …

  • 14 November

    UTEP Researcher Studies Early College High School Models

    Julia Duncheon, Ph.D., assistant professor in UTEP’s Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations, will lead a study on early college high schools with a $50,000 grant from the Spencer Foundation. Early college high schools allow …

  • 13 November

    Community Meeting on Downtown Arena scheduled for Monday Night

    The City of El Paso has scheduled a community meeting to provide helpful information about the land acquisition process, including relocation assistance, related to the development of the Multipurpose Cultural and Performing Arts Center (MPC). …

  • 13 November

    ESPN’s Armed Forces Classic headed to Fort Bliss in 2018

    The Armed Forces Classic – a series of Division I men’s college basketball games that are televised from United States military bases around Veteran’s Day as a morale event for service members – is scheduled …

  • 13 November

    How will Texas Energy — and Environment — Fare Under Trump?

    President-elect Donald Trump may be seen as a boon for fossil fuels and a burden for renewables. But energy experts and clean energy groups say his victory may not be a win for Texas oil and …

  • 12 November

    Streetcar Work Advances on North Stanton Street this Week

    Motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists will encounter new traffic patterns next week as crews from Paso del Norte Trackworks continue laying rail and finalizing utility relocations for the El Paso Streetcar Project, according to the Camino …

  • 12 November

    Go10 Announces Freeway Work schedule for Week Starting November 14th

    Officials with TxDoT have released information on this week’s scheduled work for I-10 throughout the city. I-10 West Daytime Monday, Nov. 14 through Friday, Nov. 18 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day A right …

  • 12 November

    UTEP to Kick Off 2nd Annual International Cultural Festival

    The University of Texas at El Paso is celebrating International Education Week with flavor and flair by hosting the weeklong International Cultural Festival beginning Monday, Nov. 14. The festival, in its second year, kicks off …

  • 12 November

    Post-Election, What Lies Ahead for LGBT Rights?

    NEW YORK – There could be some trouble for LGBT rights during the Trump presidency. Donald Trump has said he would like to overturn national same-sex marriage rights, and as Indiana’s governor, Mike Pence championed …

  • 12 November

    With Trump in D.C., Texas Might Spend Less on Border

    If President-Elect Donald Trump delivers on his promise to dramatically beef up security on the U.S.-Mexico border, leading Texas lawmakers say they might quit spending so much state tax money on it. If President-Elect Donald …

  • 11 November

    Aesthetic UTEP ‘Picks’ Project Along I-10 Set to Resume

    The effort to raise two steel and concrete “pickaxe” monuments on both sides of Interstate 10 near The University of Texas at El Paso restarted this week. The “Buried Pick” art pieces will be set on …

  • 11 November

    Texas Faces Major Hurdles to Legal Marijuana Use

    AUSTIN, Texas – While a number of states approved new laws legalizing marijuana this week, many Texans are asking when the state might change its ban on cannabis use. While voters in states like California, …

  • 11 November

    Brew at the Zoo set for Saturday

    The El Paso Zoological Society invites the public to the annual Brew at the Zoo fundraising event from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, November 12, at the El Paso Zoo. Brew at the …

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