• May 25, 2022

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Parks and Recreation Department: Outdoor Pools closing after Labor Day

The El Paso Parks and Recreation Department will close the City’s three outdoor pools for the season after the Labor Day weekend. Monday, September 5, is the last day of operations for all City outdoor pools. Indoor city pool facilities are open year-round and remain available to the public. The city’s three outdoor pools are: Grandview, […]Read More

Talk Nerdy to Me: The Strain: Origin of Mr. Quinlan

The Strain is a slightly different take on vampires than what we’ve seen lately.  These vampires aren’t pretty and they don’t sparkle in the light.  These vampires are ugly, vile, killing machines that operate on a hive mind type connection to their Master. The Strain is a horror/thriller that tells the story of Dr. Ephraim […]Read More

Training Continues to Transform Teaching, Learning in EPISD

Team 2020 Platinum mentors further immersed themselves into the Active Learning Framework last week, collaborating more on how to support teachers as they transform teaching and learning in EPISD. The mentors will coach the more than 500 teachers who applied and were accepted into the inaugural Team 2020 Platinum program. It is EPISD’s initial cohort […]Read More

Four Chihuahuas Named to All-PCL Team

ROUND ROCK, Texas – The Pacific Coast League announced Monday the 2016 All-PCL Team, as voted on by the league’s field managers and media representatives. The youthful 12-man roster features nine players who participated in this year’s Triple-A All-Star Game, eight who are 25-years-old or younger and seven who have yet to appear in a […]Read More

Streetcar Project Work Continues as Restoration of PCC Cars Revealed

More than 1,900 miles from the street reconstruction, utility relocation, and rail welding of the El Paso Streetcar Project, the vintage vehicles which will roll again through Sun City streets are undergoing a transformation of their own. The Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority (CRRMA) has released new photos of one of the historic streetcars which […]Read More

Local Company Awarded Contract for Zoo’s Red River Hog Exhibit

During their regular meeting on Tuesday,  El Paso City Council members approved the construction contract for the El Paso Zoo African Wetlands Red River hog exhibit and holding building to local construction agency Pride General Contractors. The $557,784 construction project is one of the zoo’s Quality of Life Bond (QOL) projects that will create a new exhibit space for […]Read More

UTEP Racks Up More Than 1 Million Community Service Hours

Thanks to service learning courses and other volunteer service, The University of Texas at El Paso has surpassed the million-hour mark for annual community service. UTEP students reached the milestone by completing 1,115,542 community service hours between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015, an increase of 38 percent over the number of hours recorded […]Read More

UTEP Defense Dominates the Day at the Final Scrimmage

UTEP football camp 2016 came to a close as the Miners had their final scrimmage on Saturday morning in the Sun Bowl before taking the practice field next week to prepare for the FirstLight Federal Credit Union Battle of I-10 against rival NM State on Sept. 3. Though the session opened with a Zack Greenlee […]Read More