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Information from around the Borderland and the World

September, 2015

  • 4 September

    Border Patrol Agents nab drugs, smugglers in Southern New Mexico

    Border Patrol Agents from Deming and Lordsburg, New Mexico combined to seize more than 273 pounds of marijuana last week, while apprehending six suspected narcotics couriers. Early on September 2nd, Agents assigned to the Deming …

  • 4 September

    Jenna Farrey to serve 35 years in prison for baby’s death

    Nearly two years after being caught in Michigan and her baby’s body being found in a shallow grave in Orogrande (NM), Jenna Farrey was sentenced to 35 years in prison. According to on-line court documents, …

  • 4 September

    Texas Takes the lead with In-Person Visitation Law

    AUSTIN, Texas – A new law passed by the Texas State Legislature last session goes into effect this week, assuring county jail inmates of at least two 20-minute in-person visits per week. The legislation was …

  • 4 September

    El Paso’s Foreign Trade Zone tops in the Nation

    El Paso’s Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ No. 68) has emerged as #1 in Exports and #2 in Merchandise Received for the year 2014. The findings were recently reported to Congress by the U.S. Foreign Trade …

  • 4 September

    Story in Six Pics: Parkland defeats El Paso High 22-13

    Herald-Post.com’s Andres Acosta was at Historic Jones Stadium for Thursday night’s matchup between the Parkland Matadors and the El Paso High Tigers.  Here is the story of that game, presented in Six Pics.

  • 3 September

    Burglar surprised by homeowner, caught by police

    A doorbell-ringing would-be burglar was surprised when the home he broke into was still occupied by the homeowner. On Wednesday afternoon, officers out of the Westside Regional Command responded to a call of a burglary in …

  • 3 September

    Dairy expands operations in Las Cruces

    There has been a lot of recent, positive activity at Las Cruces’ West Mesa Industrial Park (WMIP), and the activity looks like it will continue. F & A Dairy, a prominent WMIP fixture for the …

  • 3 September

    El Paso Children’s Hospital reacts to Bankruptcy court hearing

    Today, the bankruptcy court concluded the hearing on the matters heard beginning August 31, 2015, including El Paso Children’s Hospital Motion to Extend Time to Assume or Reject Lease and UMC’s Motion to Compel Payment. …

  • 3 September

    2nd West Nile Virus death reported

    Thursday, the City of El Paso Department of Public Health announced the second West Nile virus-related death in the area. Officials say the patient was an elderly woman who lived in the 79927 zip code, and …

  • 3 September

    EPWU work closes section of Montoya Drive

    Starting Wednesday, September 2nd and on through mid-September, Montoya Drive between Redd Road and Mulberry Avenue will be closed to through-traffic as El Paso Water Utilities makes improvements and completely replaces a sewer line and manhole …

  • 2 September

    EPFD to host community meetings on proposed Vacant Premises Ordinance

    The El Paso Fire Department’s Fire Prevention Division will be hosting a series of informational community meetings over the next few weeks regarding the proposed Vacant Premises Ordinance. The meetings will be held every Thursday …

  • 2 September

    Project Amistad recognized by State as ‘Best Performing Managed Transportation Organization’

    Project Amistad, provider of non-emergency medical transportation services to Medicaid patients across the borderland, has been recognized by the Texas Medical Transportation Program as the Best Performing Managed Transportation Organization (MTO) for 2015. The recognition was …

  • 2 September

    Socorro ISD Board of Trustees honored once again

    The Socorro Independent School District Board of Trustees has been honored once again by their peers. In a Wednesday release, SISD officials announced that the board has been named a 2015 Texas Honor Board, one …

  • 2 September

    Border Patrol Agents snag pot in backpacks, smugglers

    Border Patrol Agents from the Clint Station in the Lower Valley detain four smugglers and nearly 400 pounds of pot early Monday morning According to officials, in the early morning hours of August 31, the …

  • 2 September

    Half-ton of pot snagged by Border Patrol Agents near NM/AZ border

    Hidalgo County, New Mexico – U.S. Border Patrol Agents assigned to Southern New Mexico and West Texas stations took part in several seizures totaling more than $1,423,600 of marijuana, as well as arresting a convicted …

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