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Chihuahuas, Spectra Food Services to Hold Job Fair for 2017

The El Paso Chihuahuas and Spectra Food Services & Hospitality will host their 2017 job fair in a two-day event starting February 8th from 6-9 p.m. and concluding on Thursday, February 9th from 6-9 p.m. in the WestStar Bank Club at Southwest University Park. The Chihuahuas are looking for qualified, hardworking candidates with great guest service […]Read More

H-P Sports In Depth: UTEP Softball Season Starts Thursday

The UTEP softball team will commence its 2017 schedule at the Kajikawa Classic on Feb. 9. The Miners will open the weekend against a pair of Pac-12 programs, starting with Stanford (2:15 p.m. MT) and host school Arizona State (4:45 p.m.). Day two will see Saint Mary’s College (Calif.) and Virginia. The weekend will conclude […]Read More

Go10 Reminds Motorists of Upcoming Project Closures for Week of

As construction continues on the city’s westside, officials with the Go-10 project remind motorists about the times, dates and closures related to the construction. I-10 @ Mesa – Continuous for 6 weeks The following closures started on Jan.18 and will continue until 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24: The right turn-only lane on eastbound North Mesa […]Read More

EPISD’s Young Women’s School looking for Name

El Paso ISD is asking for the public’s help in naming their new Young Woman’s School. The Young Women’s school will focus on: STEAM — Students will explore integrated courses that connect Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics leveraged through the Arts and Learning through Service — Students will participate in service learning projects & experiences […]Read More

Senate Committee Advances Anti-Sanctuary Cities Bill

After a 16-hour hearing that included tears, heckling, bursts of anger and warnings from lawmakers to witnesses to respect the rules of the Capitol’s upper chamber, the Texas Senate’s State Affairs Committee voted 7-2 along party lines early Wednesday morning to advance a controversial state-based immigration bill to the full Senate. Senate Bill 4, commonly […]Read More

UTEP Soccer Signs 10 Prep Standouts For 2017

The UTEP soccer program has landed 10 prep standouts who will attend the school and begin competing with the Miners in 2017, as announced by head coach Kevin Cross Wednesday. A brief bio on each of the signees follows below. Vic Bohdan Forward Ecole Madeleine d’Houet High School Calgary, Alberta, Canada Playing on Napoli Women’s […]Read More

UTEP Football Inks 17 on National Signing Day

The UTEP football team inked 17 student-athletes during National Signing Day on Wednesday. Out of the 17 signees, four are junior college transfers and 13 are high school athletes. A total of seven offensive and 10 defensive players make up the roster of the 2017 signing class. Sean Kugler once again recruited local talent signing […]Read More