• May 25, 2022

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NMSU Alumna, Gates Foundation Officer to Visit Campus, Speak to

Sue Gerber, an alumna of New Mexico State University working with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to help eradicate polio to the Middle East and Africa will visit campus next week and speak to faculty, staff, students and members of the Las Cruces community. Gerber, the senior program officer for the Gates Foundation’s polio […]Read More

Animal Services Pet of the Week: Jasmine

Meet Jasmine—a sweet girl who’s looking for a loving and understanding home! Jasmine is a Border Collie-mix that came to the shelter over a month and a half ago and is still looking for her forever home. However, her new family does have to be understanding, as she does have an odd gait and bending […]Read More

Chihuahuas and Townsquare Media Extend Partnership

The El Paso Chihuahuas are proud to announce that the team has extended its agreement with Townsquare Media to broadcast all Chihuahuas’ regular and post-season playoff games on KROD 600 AM ESPN. The partnership, which includes home and away games, extends through the 2019 campaign. “We are proud to continue our very successful relationship with […]Read More

Chihuahuas Brad Taylor Promoted to Vice President of MountainStar Sports

The El Paso Chihuahuas’ Brad Taylor has been promoted to Vice President of MountainStar Sports Group and the Chihuahuas. Taylor, who has been with the Chihuahuas since May 2013, will continue to serve as general manager and oversee the team’s ticket sales, corporate partnership sales, guest services, community programs, operations, marketing and merchandising. “Throughout his […]Read More

With Money Tight, Texas Budget Writers Eyeing Billions Approved by

More than a year after Texas voters approved routing billions in state sales taxes to roads and bridges, some lawmakers are questioning whether the first payment of $5 billion should move forward as planned. Texans voted in 2015 to boost funding for state’s public roadways and bridges, which have strained under the state’s growing population. Proposition […]Read More

Award-Winning Banda MS to Perform at County Coliseum in March

The award-winning regional Mexican group Banda MS de Sergio Lizárraga is coming to El Paso, organizers announced. The popular 16-member band will take over the El Paso County Coliseum (4100 E. Paisano) at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 18. Banda MS was formed in 2003 in the port city of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, in Mexico. The initials […]Read More

Animal Service’s Pet of the Week: Meet Happy!

Meet Happy—he’s probably the smiliest dog ever! Happy came to the shelter in January and is looking for his forever home. He’s a goofy, playful 10-month-old Pit Bull, and is sure to bring a smile to your face! Happy’s looking for his forever home, and you can adopt him for only $15—which includes his age-appropriate […]Read More

Rhinos, Blazers Chase First Place in Hockey at County Coliseum

The El Paso Rhinos will be battling for first place in their highly competitive division in the Western States Hockey League this weekend. The Rhinos will challenge the top-ranked Oklahoma City Blazers in an intense and critical WSHL Mid-Western Division three-game home series at the El Paso County Coliseum Events Center at 4100 E. Paisano. […]Read More

Council Votes Down Another Site Analysis for Downtown Arena

City Council voted not to conduct a site analysis to identify potential locations for the Multipurpose Cultural and Performing Arts Center (MPC) within the convention site or within 1,000 feet of the convention center’s footprint. Council’s vote included having the City host public meetings to raise community awareness about the project’s history, including highlighting studies […]Read More