• May 24, 2022

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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.

$2.8m Grant approved for Montana Vista sewer system

Austin – The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) approved a $2.8 million grant to the El Paso Water Utilities Pubic Service Board (EPWU) for planning and design of a first-time sewer system for the Montana Vista community. “I am grateful to the TWDB for this action, and to EPWU for making this project a priority,” […]Read More

City issues update on Five Points Quiet Zone project

As part of the Five Points Quiet Zone project, the City of El Paso’s Capital Improvement Department has scheduled the re-opening of the Rosewood Street rail road crossing, and the permanent closure of the Birch Street rail road crossing for Tuesday, December 1st, 2015. This work, part of a joint project with the Union Pacific […]Read More

City reminds residents to recycle cooking oil, other items

With the holiday season in full swing, the City of El Paso Environmental Services Department would like to remind residents to recycle right. Starting Saturday, November 28, El Pasoans will be able to get rid of their used cooking oil at any of the four Citizen Collection Stations (CCS) conveniently located around the city. Citizen […]Read More

The Motoring Life: 777 miles in a Cadillac ATS

THE Cadillac. A part of running an event such as the Dustball Rally means upholding the most valuable part of our business — the routes. Countless priorities go into route design, and being one of our most closely guarded trade secrets, we aren’t divulging how we come up with “the perfect routes.” With an upcoming event, […]Read More

El Paso ISD employee giving campaign nets $20k+

Employees in the El Paso Independent School District showed their support for students and teachers by donating more than $20,000 in pledges to the EPISD Education Foundation during the 2015-16 Employee Giving Campaign. The campaign, which ended Friday and asked employees to give one-time or recurring donations to the Foundation, raised a total of $20,331. […]Read More

Annie’s Adventures: Day Trippin’

HAPPY SUNDAY FUNDAY! Don’t know what to do today but want a change of scenery?  Never fear, I’ve got you covered. Whatever you are looking for it’s only a hop, skip, and jump away. I’m about to give you some of my favorite day trips/ quick weekend getaways, depending on how much time you have. It’s fall […]Read More

ELECTION DAY Closer Look: Ysleta ISD highlights need for $430.5m

As the Ysleta Independent School District (YISD) celebrates their centennial, cracked exterior walls, sinking foundations, outdated classrooms and past construction woes are just a few of the issues administrators want to address through a $430.5 million bond election in just a few weeks. On November 3rd, voters will determine whether an increase in their property tax rate, […]Read More

Five additional cases of West Nile confirmed in El Paso

The City of El Paso Department of Public Health announced today that the West Nile virus has been confirmed in five more people in El Paso this season. The most recent confirmed cases involve residents who live in the downtown, central, and northeast part of the city. The number of West Nile virus-related deaths in […]Read More

City: Economic development brings in $309m in investment

On Tuesday, the City of El Paso Economic Development team shared its record high jobs and investment figures, which revealed that more jobs were created in the past two years than the previous eight years combined. These successes were presented to City Council Tuesday during an overview that also detailed how economic development activities have […]Read More