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One year later and it's All Good

Campaign designed to promote local entertainment, culture

by Felicia Villalobos, Journalism in July 2014 // August 8, 2014

One year later and it's All Good

EL PASO – Downtown El Paso is a splat of color against the outline of the Franklin Mountains that is just under the light from the star. Its color is even more vibrant now that trendy locals like Norbert Portillo and Johnny Escalante have moved their businesses to the area. More…

Neighborhoods

Animals at Humane Society get paws-itive outlook

Animals at Humane Society get paws-itive outlook

No-kill policy going on four years

by Lindsey Resignato, Journalism in July 2014 // July 28, 2014

EL PASO — It’s been four years since the Humane Society of El Paso (HSEP) changed its policy to go from a high kill shelter to a no kill shelter. They reached a milestone when they no longer had to put down animals for space. More…

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Border farmers’ market a year-round hit

Border farmers’ market a year-round hit

“We’re on the tail end of the winter market, which was incredibly successful,” said Ardovino’s owner and market manager Roberto Ardovino

by Kent Paterson, Frontera NorteSur // May 22, 2014

Like other farmers’ markets in the United States, Sunland Park’s edition features locally crafted jewelry and artwork, value-added food, fresh produce, eggs, and free range-grown meat. Given its unique border location at the foot of Mt. Cristo Rey, the market is splashed by the influences of Mexican culture, the Spanish language, immigration, and the Chihuahuan Desert. More…

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Let nature take its course with wildlife?

Let nature take its course with wildlife?

Licensed wildlife rehabilitator explains how to "rescue" wildlife

by Josie Karam // April 28, 2014

Observation, from a distance, and common sense will help you decide if wildlife needs help. Don’t turn a blind eye. Don’t leave them to suffer a long, agonizing death. They give us so much and ask for nothing. More…

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Behind the Border’s recent surge in triathlons

Behind the Border’s recent surge in triathlons

Gabriela Gallegos, lawyer turned race planner, readies for the Mighty Mujer Triathlon on Saturday

by Cindy Graff Cohen // April 15, 2014

Long before dawn this Saturday, April 19, when most of us will be under warm blankets, nearly 500 women all over the Border Region will be engaged in a whirlwind of activity. They are the women of the 2014 Mighty Mujer Triathlon. More…


A little girl named Nohemi: ‘Martyr of Migration’

A Frontera NorteSur special report

by Kent Paterson, Frontera NorteSur // April 7, 2014

By early March, Nohemi was sitting on the border of New Mexico within a stone’s throw of the United States. Only a few days later, on March 11, she was found hanging in a bathroom of a Ciudad Juarez children’s shelter. Nohemi was 12 years old. The still-unexplained death of an Ecuadoran child who was traveling across continents without the supervision of adult relatives has stirred public opinion while recasting scrutiny on a state justice system officials say has been reformed. More…


My Life in Juarez: Women Speak Out

by Kent Paterson, Frontera NorteSur // March 12, 2014

Growing up in Ciudad Juarez, Rosa Ines Minjares did not think the episodes of violence against women that she saw flashed all over the television screen would personally affect her. All that changed one day in 2009 when her close friend, Maria Guadalupe Guardado, was murdered. More…


Rodríguez: TxDOT to demolish Lincoln Center, neighboring homes and businesses

by Alberto Tomas Halpern // February 14, 2014

There was no love for the Texas Department of Transportation at a Valentine’s Day press conference during which State Senator José Rodríguez criticized state plans to demolish the Lincoln Center and adjacent homes to build a traffic ramp. More…


Graffiti vandalism mars the city

Rise in graffiti tarnishes city image, results in economic and social costs

by Alberto Tomas Halpern // January 30, 2014


El Paso organizations provide Thanksgiving meals for the less fortunate

by Natassia Bonyanpour // November 22, 2013


More than a century old, many still call El Segundo Barrio home

by Natassia Bonyanpour // November 15, 2013


Just stay on the board

El Paso skater girls break stereotype, make sport their own

by Esmeralda Ojeda // November 8, 2013


El Segundo Barrio’s Sacred Heart continues tradition, despite challenging financial times

by Natassia Bonyanpour // November 1, 2013


Saving the Lincoln Center

El Paso’s first Mexican school slated for demolition by October 1, 2014

by Esmeralda Ojeda // October 22, 2013


Two third-place finishes for Fort Bliss at Army Ten Miler

by Andrés Rodríguez // October 21, 2013


Chalk the Block brings art and community together for colorful fun

6th annual arts festival makes its mark on downtown El Paso

by Lucia Quiñonez // October 13, 2013


Border baseball massacre renews war fears

by Kent Paterson, Frontera NorteSur // September 24, 2013


El Paso Area Chapter of the Red Cross supports National Preparedness Month

by Esmeralda Ojeda and Francis Regalado // September 5, 2013


Ride your bicycle El Paso!

Local cycling enthusiast leads weekly beginner-oriented group rides

by Chuck Lauser // August 14, 2013


Department of Community and Human Development soliciting applicants for CDBG Steering Committee

by Andrés Rodríguez // August 8, 2013


Renovation of San Jacinto Plaza begins

by Francis Regalado // July 25, 2013


I found a baby bird. Now, what?

by Josie Karam // July 23, 2013


Plans presented for quieter trains around Medical Center of the Americas

by Andrés Rodríguez // July 18, 2013


August neighborhood summit to highlight ‘partnering with people from parties to projects’

by Francis Regalado // July 17, 2013


Updated: Construction of high-voltage power lines begins in Upper Valley residential park

by Andrés Rodríguez // July 11, 2013


A new era of lucha libre takes hold in central El Paso

by Emanuel Anthony Martinez and Francis Regalado // July 4, 2013


Welcome to the Newspaper Tree Neighborhood's Page

by Soraya Ayub Palacios // July 3, 2013


Extreme Weather Task Force urges the public to stay safe and be a “buddy”

by Soraya Ayub Palacios // July 3, 2013