• October 28, 2020

Tags : covid19

Hurd on the Hill: Tools to Get Americans Through The

Small businesses feed, clothe and provide services to our community. They help us thrive, and they employ our friends, family and neighbors. But, today, so many of our small businesses are facing a challenging time because COVID-19 has and will continue to wreak havoc on our entire economy. Many of us have taken the difficult, […]Read More

LIST+LINKS: El Paso-area resources, information

The following list was compiled by State Senator Jose Rodriguez’s office. All the links and information are current as of March 20,2020 As the situation with COVID-19 continues to rapidly evolve, we will be sharing information with you, especially as it relates to state actions and resources. There are innumerable issues to address, but foremost […]Read More

Gov. Greg Abbott on Texas bars and restaurants: Expect an

Gov. Greg Abbott says he will make an announcement Thursday about potential further statewide action to combat the new coronavirus, acknowledging that the spread of COVID-19 in Texas has increased dramatically over the past several days. His remarks came in response to a reporter’s question Wednesday about whether he plans to shut down bars and […]Read More

El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank: 80 volunteers needed; Monetary

Tuesday afternoon, officials with El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank put out a call for assistance, as the organization is in need of community members to help distribute food to the elderly during this difficult time. What follows is their complete statement.  To help EPFH, please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Miranda Chapman, at 915-247-0257 or by email at […]Read More

Op-Ed: Life During a Pandemic – Don’t Run with Scissors

Situations like this Coronavirus “COVID-19” pandemic make us feel helpless. No one knows who will be infected, and because of the up to 14-day incubation period, we may be infected and not even know it. Well, as a crew of dedicated people committed to serving their community, staff and interns here at that Borderland Rainbow […]Read More

Texas officials link man’s death to coronavirus, first such case

Matagorda County officials reported Monday night that a man in his late 90s died the night before with symptoms consistent with COVID-19, making it the first known novel coronavirus-related death in Texas. Hospital officials were notified Monday evening that the patient, a resident of Matagorda County, had tested positive, according to a Matagorda County Emergency […]Read More