• December 2, 2020

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Testify Closing Arguments: Deserted with Genevive Curtis

This week, Andra and Charlie invited KFOX 14 Investigative Journalist Genevive Curtis about the 2013 death of Jackson Farrey. Curtis recalls the mood and approach to coverage surrounding the disappearance of the Farrey family and the fallout from the subsequent discovery of Jackson’s body in an isolated New Mexico desert. For more information on how […]Read More

‘Grand Tour’ of El Paso Border History Set for Sunday

Residents and visitors alike are invited to take a grand tour of the El Paso border with Mexico and learn about 175 years of El Paso border history, thanks to Celebration of Our Mountains. A map with directions of the tour will be distributed at the American Dam and the tour begins promptly at 9 a.m. […]Read More

IEDC Awards City ‘Silver Award’ for Regional Economic Development Strategy

The City of El Paso’s Economic and International Development Department received a Silver Award for Regionalism and Cross-border Collaboration from the International Economic Development Council (IEDC), the largest organization of professional economic developers. “El Paso has always been a leader in promoting regionalism and collaboration. Not only is this because of our geographic proximity to […]Read More

Area Bands ‘Tune Up’ For UIL Competition at EPISD Invitational

27 bands took the field at Franklin High School Saturday, as El Paso ISD hosted their invitational contest for area marching bands. Serving as adjudicators for the event were Valentino Leyba, Kevin Moreman, and Shawn Silva, all band directors in the Las Cruces Public Schools. Instrumental Coordinator Julio Castillo was the contest organizer. Due to […]Read More

El Paso ISD Ranked Third in State for High-Performing Schools;

According to new figures released by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), El Paso Independent School District (EPISD) has 11 campuses that earned all available distinction designations available to them during the 2018 accountability ratings period. “Our focus on Active Learning has helped us reach unprecedented goals in student outcomes,” said Superintendent Juan Cabrera. “EPISD is […]Read More

City Awarded $100K Grant to Support Growth of Local Minority-Owned

El Paso is one of five cities selected for this year’s expanded City Accelerator program, an initiative helping communities create jobs by growing their network of local minority-owned local businesses. El Paso and other cities chosen to participate in the program by the Citi Foundation and Living Cities will receive a $100,000 grant and other […]Read More

Website Ranks El Paso Among Top 10 ‘Best Places to

The City of El Paso ranked #7 in the Best Places to Live in 2018 in the Top 10 Best Cities by Areavibes.com.   “El Paso continues to be recognized for the great City we are,” said Mayor Dee Margo. “In the past year alone, the City was awarded the Governor’s Achievement Award, was selected […]Read More

City Recognized for “Ask Laura” App

The City of El Paso was recognized as a 2018 Best of Texas Awards Winner by the Center for Digital Government at the annual Texas Digital Government Summit. “Ask Laura,” the City of El Paso’s virtual information officer, was recognized as the Best Application Serving the Public. The Center for Digital Government identified the customizable […]Read More