• December 7, 2021

Tags : #ElPasoStrong

Traveling to El Paso to deliver love

Chris Lowe felt a gravitational pull to El Paso as she drove her Fall Forward Across America RV throughout the southern portion of the United States. The trip, which hopes to instill a desire in people to perform 22 random act of kindness, began on July 26 and took a detour toward the Sun City […]Read More

Panda Cares Foundation donates $104k+ to El Paso Victims Relief

Officials with Panda Cares Foundation – the charitable arm of the restaurant Panda Express – announced the results of their donation drive for the El Paso Shooting Victims’ fund. Panda Cares has been collecting donations over the past two weeks via the 12 Panda Express stores in El Paso. In addition to the funds collected, […]Read More

Chihuahuas to Host El Paso Strong Night this Saturday

Officials with the El Paso Chihuahuas announced Tuesday that the team would hold an ‘El Paso Strong Night,’ a celebration of the El Paso community and a commemoration of those victims of the August 3rd tragedy. El Paso Strong Night will take place on Saturday, August 24, 2019 when the Chihuahuas take on the Sacramento […]Read More

Gallery+Story: Messages of love from all over the world arrive

What began as a simple request of kindness from two EPISD teachers following the tragic attack on El Paso earlier this month has turned into an international movement of support for students. After the shootings at the Cielo Vista Walmart of  August 3, Hillside Elementary teacher Elvira Flores and Tom Lea Elementary teacher Teresa Garrett […]Read More

Vikki Carr, Little Joe to headline ‘El Paso Strong Benefit

El Paso native and immensely popular singer Vikki Carr will be returning to the Sun City to take part in a special benefit concert at the El Paso County Coliseum, organizers announced Friday morning. Carr will join a lineup of well-liked borderland artists at the CommUNITY en Acción El Paso Strong Benefit Concert at 3 […]Read More

Gallery+Story: Two Cities, One Heart

“Tu eres, la tristeza de mis ojos, y lloran en silencio por tu amor.”  – Amor Eterno, Juan Gabriel Two cities, one shared culture.  One shared heartache. Those were the words and sentiments that were echoed by Texas and Mexican politicians on Wednesday evening during the El Paso Memorial event at Southwest University Stadium. Hundreds […]Read More

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