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Bathroom Battle Begins Taking Hold in Texas

The battle over who exactly can use which bathroom may be coming to Texas. Activists, lawmakers and state leaders are eyeing Texas as the next front in what has become an explosive national debate: the right of transgender people — those who identify with a gender that doesn’t correspond with their sex at birth — […]Read More

Hyundai Sun Bowl Executive Director Bernie Olivas Named Football Bowl

Bernie Olivas, who has overseen the unprecedented growth and development of the Hyundai Sun Bowl since 2001, will take over as Football Bowl Association chairman this coming July 1. The announcement was made by FBA Executive Director Wright Waters. “Bernie has been an integral member of the FBA’s executive committee,” Waters said. “That role has prepared him well in […]Read More

Miners Drop Heartbreaker to Blazers 4-2

UAB scored three runs in the seventh, as UTEP suffered a heartbreaking 4-2 loss on a windy Sundayafternoon at the Helen of Troy Softball Complex. The Miners fought and battled after a pair of tough losses on Saturday, as they tied the contest with a freshman Cortney Smith solo home run and took a 2-1 […]Read More

UTEP to Host West Division Foe UAB this Weekend

After Tuesday’s disappointing loss to rival NM State, the UTEP softball team will look to rebound against Conference USA West Division foe UAB on April 23-24 at the Helen of Troy Softball Complex. The weekend series is free for all kids. Saturday’s doubleheader is set for a 1 p.m. start, while Sunday’s contest is set […]Read More

UTEP President Natalicio Named to 2016 TIME 100 List of

TIME magazine has named President Diana Natalicio of The University of Texas at El Paso to the 2016 TIME 100, its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. The full list and related tributes will appear in theMay 2 issue of TIME, available on newsstands on Friday, April 22, and now […]Read More

Staff Member at SISD’s Horizon Heights Nominated for White House

Horizon Heights Elementary School parent liaison Bonnie Soria Najera has been nominated by the National Education Association for the White House School Support Professional Champion of Change Award. Najera, who last year was named the 2015-2016 Texas State Teachers Association Education Support Professional of the Year, will find out if she is a winner in […]Read More

Softball Battle of I-10 Set for Tuesday: UTEP vs NMSU

After coming off another Conference USA series win, the UTEP softball team will host I-10 rival NM State on Tuesday starting at 6 p.m. The contest is an Orange Out – fans that wear orange will get in free. The Miners (19-24) and Aggies (28-19) will play a single game, as it will be the […]Read More

National Champion Henderson Middle Chess Team Returns Tonight

The Henderson Middle School Chess Team are headed back to the Borderland with a National Championship. Competing against schools (private and public) from throughout the country this weekend, the team is returning to the Sun City with a National Championship and a third-place trophy. The team competed in two different categories at the National Junior High […]Read More

Border Art Residency offers meet and greet with Mexican Artist

The Border Art Residency is offering a unique opportunity to meet, and preview the work of internationally known Mexican artist Alejandro Almanza Pereda on Saturday, April 16. Almanza is known for his gravity-defying sculptures and sculptural photographs. In recent years, he has built large scuba tanks to construct and photograph his work. Almanza, who splits his time between […]Read More

UTEP Softball to Play at Middle Tennessee

EL PASO, Texas – The UTEP softball team will continue Conference USA play, as it will make its first ever trip to Murfreesboro to take on Middle Tennessee April 16-17. Saturday’s doubleheader will start at 1 p.m. MT/2 CT, while the series finale will begin at 11 a.m. MT/Noon CT. The Miners (17-23, 8-4 C-USA) […]Read More