• December 7, 2021

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Motor Coach Tour to Trinity Site Set for October 7

On July 16, 1945, a tremendous explosion in the New Mexico desert marked the beginning of the end of World War II. The world’s first atomic bomb was detonated on that day at Trinity Site, on the north end of what is now White Sands Missile Range. The New Mexico Museum of Space History hosts […]Read More

White Sands Missile Range celebrates 75th Anniversary

WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, N.M. – White Sands Missile Range leaders celebrated the 75th Anniversary of the range during a small ceremony July 9 in front of Headquarters Building 100. The range was originally established as the White Sands Proving Ground on July 9, 1945. For the past 75 years, thousands of military personnel and […]Read More

El Paso-area Coronavirus Archive Stories from March 13 thru 15th

This archive page of our El Paso-area Coronavirus Information has releases and information from March 13 thru 15th. For the most recent health developments on COVID-19, please visit our up-to-the-minute page; for official info, click below. Center for Disease Control (CDC)   |   World Health Organization    |    City of El Paso Department of Public Health […]Read More

New Mexico Farm and Ranch Museum’s January Calendar

To kick off 2020, the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum has several events scheduled, including a special story about a World War I training camp that once housed 30,000 men near Deming. The museum, located at 4100 Dripping Springs Road in Las Cruces; for more information visit the museum’s website. Culture Series: Camp Cody: A […]Read More

New Mexico Oversight Hearing held for Nuclear “Downwinders”

ALBUQUERQUE — Victim compensation from the nation’s first atomic bomb test conducted in New Mexico nearly 75 years ago was the subject of a field oversight hearing in Albuquerque Monday. In 1990, Congress passed the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act to provide money and health benefits for uranium miners and people living downwind from nuclear weapons […]Read More

RELAUNCH: BOLD Burgers and Tacos are taking the Westside by

Like a fuzzy caterpillar that goes into a cocoon to undergo a metamorphosis, BOLD Burgers and Tacos has re-emerged after a brief period, a testament of what patience, staying focused, and good ol’ fashion grit can accomplish. Owners Adrian and Adriana Myers shut their doors on their first location on El Paso’s east side in […]Read More

UTEP doubled up by Nevada 2-1

DAVIS, California – UTEP’s (0-3) Vic Bohdan tallied her first goal of the season (11’) but Nevada (1-1) received second-half scores from Gabby Brown (64‘) and Trinity Sandridge (76‘) to slip past the Miners, 2-1, in a neutral-site match Thursday evening. The contest was originally slated to be played in Reno, Nev., but was moved to Davis, […]Read More

Texas universities, committed to full returns, face fall terms with

Texas A&M University’s new president M. Katherine Banks said this spring that she anticipated a “fall [semester] of joy” when the university reopens after 15 months of lockdowns and remote learning. She wasn’t alone. As coronavirus case numbers dropped throughout the spring, higher education leaders across the state excitedly announced the return of in-person classes, […]Read More

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