• January 17, 2022

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Rhinos now look to OKC for Next Round of Playoffs

After making short work of the Tulsa Oilers at home this last weekend, the El Paso Rhinos now cast their gaze eastward, as they take on the familiar foes out of Oklahoma City, the Blazers, on their road to the Thorne Cup. Our Rhinos bested the Oilers 5-3 and 4-3 en route to their sweep […]Read More

Cruz’n the Borderland: Viva Las Vegas

I always say the wife and I LOVE to travel.  We have a slight problem, though.  Majority of trips we take usually end up out West, off I-10 , up 93, then a slight detour to I-515…to the bright lights of Las Vegas. *cue the Elvis* Ah, Las Vegas…”the meadows”…A city that’s gonna  set my […]Read More

Texas Near Bottom Among States in Primary Turnout This Year

Texas saw record turnout numbers in last week’s presidential primaries, but it still had one of the lowest voting-age participation rates of the states that have held primaries so far. More than 4.2 million Texans voted in the presidential primary race, the most in state history, according to the Secretary of State. However, among the […]Read More

Neon Desert Music Festival announces Line Up for Two Day

Neon Desert Music Festival is excited to announce the full music lineup for the sixth annual event, which is slated to return to downtown El Paso on Memorial Day weekend, May 28 and 29. Weekend two-day passes are on sale now at www.neondesertmusicfestival.com, as well as at all El Paso and Las Cruces Mattress Firm locations. Taking place over […]Read More

Plant Extract Shows Promise in Treating Pancreatic Cancer

A natural extract derived from India’s neem tree could potentially be used to treat pancreatic cancer, according to a new study in the journal Scientific Reports. Biomedical scientists at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso (TTUHSC El Paso) tested nimbolide, a compound found in neem leaves, against pancreatic cancer in cell lines and […]Read More

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Abortion Restrictions

WASHINGTON — During oral arguments Wednesday in a case challenging the constitutionality of Texas’ abortion restrictions, U.S. Supreme Court justices found little on which to agree as they dissected the state law that could leave Texas with as few as 10 clinics. Conservative justices questioned the role restrictions passed as House Bill 2 in 2013 […]Read More

UT System Board of Regents Approves Tuition Increase for UTEP

On Monday, the University of Texas System Board of Regents approved tuition and fee increase proposals for all of the System academic institutions including The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). “We are very appreciative of the Board of Regents approving our tuition and fee increases,” said Gary Edens, Ed.D., vice president of student affairs […]Read More

Opinion: Misery in Chains: NAFTA, the TPP, and Juarez

Individualistic societies. Indifferent men and women. Tired faces, absent looks, rare smiles, no smiles. Childhood depression, a bitter present, and nonexistent future, not even considered. Abandoned women, promiscuity, sadness, hunger… misery. Misery in chains, that’s what the maquiladora industry in Ciudad Juárez generates. Poverty and lack of opportunities and education result in this apparent indifference. Nothing represents a triumph, unless […]Read More