Did you notice the increase in ICU beds? At first, I didn’t even notice it. We’ve spoken to medical professionals and discovered why the bed count has gone up.
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By David Burge If you have ever been to the cultural center for the Tigua tribe, you have seen his work – a 14-foot-tall statue of “Nestora Piarote,” the tribe’s […]
So much help was promised to Americans when the country first shut down in mid-March. Not just help from the government by way of stimulus payments, but from the utility companies who promised to work with their customers while so many were unable to earn money. For one small business owner here in El Paso, help is nowhere to be found.
I cannot honestly say the information we are providing in this update is factual or correct when it comes to the City of San Elizario. We have conflicting graphics and information, both of which seem to come from the City of El Paso. Please know, we are working on getting answers.
Steven Wayne England, a sex offender, walks away from halfway house on Horizon Blvd.
Numbers across the region have increased significantly. San Eli is also reporting one new COVID case. (County Number and Correctional Facility numbers being reported)
For better or worse, the State of Texas is expanding what businesses are going to be open beginning May 18, 2020.
There is so much happening down here, why don’t we follow Kyle Glatz’s idea in his latest and look upward!
Ryan Montes writes about Don Shula and his amazing career.
Countywide, COVID-19 numbers surpass 1,000. In San Elizario, only 14 active cases.
70% of Texas prisoners tested have the coronavirus. Experts say it’s time for more testing and fewer inmates.