• October 28, 2020

Tags : #ElPasoStrong

Gallery: Resilience: Remembering August 3 exhibition at the El Paso

On Friday morning, officials with the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department and the El Paso Museum of History opened their doors for a sneak peek of the Resilience: Remembering August 3 exhibition that is dedicated to the victims of the Walmart massacre. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Museum of History remains closed and the exhibition is available to the public via virtual means. Museum officials did […]Read More

Gallery: Cleveland Square August 3rd memorial Luminaria Walk

Thursday night, El Pasoans gathered in downtown’s Cleveland Square Park to remember and reflect on the approaching first anniversary of the August 3rd Walmart massacre. For more information about all the upcoming memorial events, click here. Our very own Andres Acosta was there and we bring you his view of the event via this gallery. […]Read More

El Paso music collaborative to honor August 3 victims with

Communities for Peace, a collaboration of El Paso’s leading music institutions, announced today that it has commissioned a new piece of music to honor the victims of the August 3, 2019 mass shooting in El Paso. “We have come together to form Communities for Peace as an artistic response to the pain and shock our […]Read More

#ElPasoStrong inspires book of poems and prose by Jefferson High

The tragic events of August 3 served as inspiration for a book of poems that captures the emotions and thoughts of Jefferson students and their impressions of how it changed the city forever. English teacher Jim Riddle compiled the collection of poems in a book titled “915 #ElPasoStrong! A Silverfox Response to the Walmart Shooting” in hopes […]Read More

Tom Lea students get special Valentine’s Day cards in response

More than six months after the tragic attacks on El Paso, students throughout the country continue to shower EPISD schools with positive messages, support and even chocolate bars. Tom Lea Elementary — which gained local and national recognition following the August 3 shootings after fourth-grade teacher Teresa Garrett asked the country on Facebook to send […]Read More

Pope Francis gives Bishop Seitz 50 rosaries for the fallen,

Bishop Seitz returned from his Ad Limina visit at the Vatican with a gift from the Holy Father, Pope Francis, for the victim’s families and the injured victims of the tragedy at Walmart on August 3rd. During his two and a half-hour audience with the Holy Father, along with the Region X Bishops of Texas, […]Read More

El Paso OEM, Emergence Health Network launch new ‘El Paso

As the El Paso community continues to heal after the August 3rd shooting, the El Paso Office of Emergency Management, along with Emergence Health Network and other community partners, have launched an informational campaign designed to remind borderland residents that help is available, especially during the holiday season. “Although it’s been a few months since […]Read More