• November 28, 2021

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EPWU proposes 11% fee increase; $4.52 average hike in water

In the second of two budget workshops before the Public Service Board (PSB), El Paso Water Utilities (EPWU) today proposed a water and wastewater budget of $463.2 million for fiscal year 2016-2017 and recommended an 11 percent increase to water and wastewater rates for residential and commercial customers. If the 11% increase is approved, average residential […]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

Story in Six Pics: Falcons bury Bears 62 to 14

It was playoff time in the Sun City Thursday night, as the Bowie Bears visited the Eastlake Falcons. The high-desert raptors took it to the Pride of the Southside, as the Bears lost to the Falcons 62 to 14. Check out our very own Mike C’s view of the contest in tonight’s Story in Six […]Read More

Review: ‘Book of Mormon’

There’s a point, early on in the ‘Book of Mormon,’ where Elder Cunningham (A.J. Holmes) and Elder Price (Billy Harrigan Tighe) have just arrived in Uganda – having already been robbed of their belongings and now in full-on culture shock – when a group enthusiastically embraces them and teaches them a feel-good song to make […]Read More

Veterans Day Closures around the Borderland

El Paso City Hall and several city offices will be closed on Wednesday, November 11, 2015 in honor of Veterans Day. The City has shifted work hours this week so city employees may be with family members who are or have served in the military. El Paso County Courthouse and offices will be closed as well. Most […]Read More

UTEP Tennis Announces 2016 Spring Schedule

First-year UTEP women’s tennis head coach Roberto Aspillaga announced the 2016 spring schedule on Wednesday. The Miners are taking on four top 75 squads from 2015, including a pair of matches against rival NM State, to highlight the new season. The ladies will open the 2016 season in Ames against Northern Iowa on Jan. 16 […]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

Arrowhead launches new graphic design program for NMSU, Las Cruces

Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University recently launched a new program offering graphic design services, education and networking to NMSU and the larger community. Craftbox Design, led by Arrowhead Senior Graphic Designer and Visual Communication Leader Peter Knapp, is working to fill a regional need for high-quality, affordable design services for startup and expanding […]Read More

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