• August 3, 2021

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MTC Facility donates bankets, pillows to Opportunity Center

On Monday, officials with MTC Facility in Otero County donated over 100 blankets and pillows to El Paso’s Opportunity Center. “It will be a lot of help.  Especially with the new shelter we have on Delta right now, and that is more than the population we had at the Opportunity Center, so we had to separate […]Read More

UTEP Seeking National Anthem Singers

UTEP is looking for national anthem singers for the 2017-18 athletic year. “If you believe you have what it takes, you’re invited to try out at the UTEP Athletics National Anthem Showcase on Saturday (July 22) from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Memorial Gym room 120,”  UTEP officials say. All vocalists and musicians are welcome to audition.  Parking […]Read More

Local Civic/Business Group Names 2017 Board, Committee Chairs

CommUnity en Accion recently named their 2017 Board of Directors and committee chairs. Aliana Apodaca, President of Positive Directions Company, will serve as chair for a second term; Ruben Chavez, Principal of CEA Group, is vice chair; Xavier Bañales, Project Amistad CEO, will serve as secretary while Victor Urbina, Entrepreneur will serve as treasurer and […]Read More

U.S. Citizen Jailed in Immigration Status Mistake

Ricardo Garza was just a few footsteps from freedom when the trouble started. He had posted bail and was on his way out the door of the Grand Prairie Police Department Detention Center — where he had been booked on charges of driving while intoxicated — when a jailer began asking questions. “I was maybe […]Read More

Pope Francis: Waiting to Catch a Glimpse

JUAREZ – It was a day of standing and waiting for hours in the sun for the tens of thousands who wanted chance to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis or be in his presence during the Mass. Inside the Juarez Fairgrounds, thousands of Mass attendees crammed into their designated zones. Several brought blankets, pillows, chairs […]Read More

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