• September 25, 2021

Tags : horizon

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

Colonias on the Border Struggle with Decades-old Water Issues

Twenty-three years ago, Olivia Figueroa left her neighborhood in Chihuahua, Mexico, where she didn’t have basic services, and immigrated to the U.S. She paid $40 to cross the Rio Grande, only to arrive to another community that also lacked services — often referred to as a colonia — in San Elizario, Texas. As in Mexico, the colonia had no electricity, […]Read More

Socorro ISD invites Real Estate Industry Professionals to annual Realtors

The Socorro Independent School District invites Realtors, real estate agents and real estate industry professionals from East El Paso, Horizon and Socorro City to the SISD’s 2017 Realtors Meeting to learn more about Team SISD campuses, its student enrollment and the newly approved boundary changes. District officials will discuss how new boundary changes will balance […]Read More

River Oaks Properties continues $200m expansion in El Paso; 420

River Oaks Properties, the oldest commercial real estate development and management firm in the El Paso area, announced Tuesday their continued expansion in El Paso, and now into Horizon City. This growth is a continuation of their $200 million investment that was announced in 2014. During the first half of 2016, River Oaks Properties will develop […]Read More

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