In testimony before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee October 21, Bishop Mark J. Seitz, Bishop of El Paso, Texas, testified that the United States has a moral obligation to protect unaccompanied children Read More
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The City of El Paso has released the results of a long-awaited report examining the city’s Capital Improvement Department which includes short-term and long-term recommendations to improve the operation of the department and the Read More
Following a legislative session in which lawmakers debated whether to cut property taxes, business taxes, sales taxes or a combination of the three, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick signaled an interest earlier this week, in continuing Read More
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has awarded The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) a $1.4 million grant to establish new courses in nuclear engineering and to conduct research on next-generation materials for nuclear reactors. “Read More
A five-year partnership between New Mexico State University and the University of Colorado Denver will continue preparing undergraduates in the Rocky Mountain and Southwest region for graduate careers in neuroscience research, thanks to a $2.3 million Read More
New Mexico State University College of Education Associate Professor Azadeh Osanloo, the Stan Fulton Chair for the Improvement of Border and Rural Schools, and former College of Engineering Dean Ricardo Jacquez were recognized recently for Read More
Members of the community and EPISD leadership visited Juan Perez Friday and convinced him to return to school and finish his high school education. Perez, 19, left Bowie High School last semester to work and care Read More