By Steven Zimmerman San Eli News · El Paso Holocaust Museum (Interview) There are people who say the Holocaust never happened. It’s shocking to other that such an attitude is […]
Driving home from church a few Sundays ago, Chantilly and I saw a historical marker on North Loop. We’ve been seeing the sign for months and wondered what it led […]
Both the Bataan Memorial March as well as the concert to be held at the Pan American Center on 13 March are cancelled. For more information on the cancellation as well as refunds, visit San Eli News.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Why not take a trip to the Prehistoric Trackways National Monument? David Burge tells us about the park and tours.
The President of the United States has been impeached. In this piece submitted by Ryan Montes we learn his take on what happened and what will happen next.
Where exactly did the first Thanksgiving happen? The City and County of El Paso, Texas launched an ad blitz to make you think it happned in San Elizario.
There’s a lot of “hidden” history in El Paso, a lot of stories that are not widely known. One of those stories is the product of the Mexican Revolution. This is the story of El Paso’s very own Saint.
The first chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was in Texas was in El Paso. Find out more!
Today was the close of the 11th season of the Mission Trail Art Market in San Elizario, Texas.
Living here in El Paso is Master Sergeant Roy E. Aldridge. He was part of the Nuclear Weapons Program and worked on the ICBM project. That technology became the framework for the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions. This is his story.