• May 25, 2022

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Tickets to see At the Drive-In at Coliseum on Sale

Tickets to see the popular El Paso post-hardcore band At the Drive-In at the El Paso County Coliseum, on Saturday, May 6 are on sale now. At the Drive-In, formed in 1994 and reforming in 2016, returns to perform in its hometown for the first time since April 2012. The El Paso-born five-piece group will […]Read More

H-P Sports In Depth: UTEP Softball to Play Four Games

After its big win at NM State on Wednesday night, the UTEP softball team will compete at the Jeannine McHaney Memorial Classic hosted by Texas Tech March 3-5. The Miners will open against Texas Tech on Friday (4 p.m. CT). The weekend will continue with a pair of contests on Saturday, the firstagainst Wichita State […]Read More

Border AIDS Partnership Awards $50K in Grants to Regional HIV/AIDS

Three organizations from Ciudad Juárez and the Greater El Paso area will be the recipients of $50,000 in grants from the Border AIDS Partnership (BAP), a non-profit organization. Border AIDS Partnership is a bi-national and tri-state funding collaborative that provides funding for HIV/AIDS education and prevention activities in El Paso, Texas; Southern New Mexico; and Ciudad […]Read More

Lineup, New Ticket Options Announced for 7th Annual Neon Desert

Neon Desert Music Festival Organizers announced the full music lineup for the seventh annual event Tuesday Morning, which is slated to return to downtown El Paso on Memorial Day weekend, May 27 and 28.  Neon Desert is also pleased to announce a new multi-year partnership with Southwest University. Southwest University will be the presenting sponsor of […]Read More

Softball Battle of I-10: UTEP, NM State to Meet on

The UTEP softball team will renew its rivalry with NM State as the I-10 rivals will clash in a single game on Feb. 28 in Las Cruces. First pitch is at 6 p.m. at the NMSU Softball Complex. “It’s always exciting to play our rivals NM State,” fourth-year head coach Tobin Echo-Hawk said. “Like always, […]Read More

Video+Story: Burges High Point Guard Vying for Grand Prize in

Burges basketball player Natalie Sanchez is competing against the top high school 3-point shooters in the nation for a chance to attend the Final Four in Phoenix and she needs your help to get there. Sanchez is among 48 high school students selected to compete in the American Family Insurance #DreamFearlessly Fan Vote contest – […]Read More

Animal Services Pet of the Week: Meet Wrigley!

Come say hello to Wrigley! This gentle soul has been with us at the shelter for almost two months now. Wrigley is one of our VIP pets, meaning he’s great with other pets, people, kids and just has an overall great personality. He’s friendly and and lovable—and at 5 years old, he’d make a perfect […]Read More

UT/TT Poll: Texans Take a Hard Line on Immigration and

A majority of Texans support banning Syrian refugees and blocking individuals from seven countries from entering the United States, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll. They balk, but only a bit, at banning Muslims who are not U.S. citizens from entering the country, the poll found. Asked about banning Syrian refugees, 54 […]Read More

Vinton Snags $7.7m in USDA Funds for Municipal Water System

The USDA has awarded the Village of Vinton $7,714,000 in funds for the municipal water system project—$4,805,000 is a grant and $2,909,000 is a low interest loan.  The project includes capacity buy-in with the El Paso Water system and construction of distribution and service lines that will provide service to approximately 249 households in Phase […]Read More