Vol.   7.3.1    March   2010
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Snow fell on the region for the nth time this year.

A great victory on the road against Tulsa put the Miners into the elite of men's college basketball.

With New Mexico Soccer season completed; Coronado and Franklin keep the stadium warm even as it is cool outside.

A mamouth snow and ice storn blankete the southern plains and parts of northern New Mexico but left us with plenty of rain and a few flakes.

The UTEP Miners were 5-0 until they hosted their already beaten victim the NMSU Aggies.

While Westside rivals Coronado and Franklin battle each other for bragging rights Santa Teresa, Gadsden, Anthony and Canutillo all are fighting for playoff...

The little pansy can put up with 'Ol Man Winter and keep on ticking. Pansies survive bitter cold Upper Valley mornings thanks to tents of plastic.

Parade, Pep Rally... Celebration!!! A Virtual Tour. 2009 was another roller-coaster football season for the UTEP Miner's; but, the shootout...

Cincinnati Bar crowd comfy at the bar while things pick up.

Cold air means hot goes up faster and travels farther. That is whay hot air balloonist live for.

Keep up with all of El Paso's Westside stories: news, sports, issues at www.WestsideReader.com.

Mark Nash's empire collapses after ICE raid.

There are plenty of team emblems evident on the Westside. Which one is most common.

The little pansy can put up with 'Ol Man Winter and keep on ticking.

The R & R has become the place to party in the Santa Teresa area of the Upper Valley.


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VOTE: 2010 * Primary Results & Winners & Others Interviewed.

The Upper Valley and the Westside showed plenty of continuity as they voted Justice of the Peace Bruce King Precinct 7 and Commissioner Dan Haggerty District 4 to another primary victory. For more on the matches and interviews...

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The UTEP Miners had a case of the nerves as they fell behind the University of Alabama at Birmingham. They came back only to slip again... but, in the end...

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The Upper Valley and the Westside have plenty of offices to fill: Justice of the Peace # 1 & # 7; County...

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See the color and the beads from Mardi Gras on the Westside at the Cincinnati Bar.

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The Canutillo Eagles had the Mustangs right where they wanted them... on their home court. But, after two halves and one overtime it was the Mustangs...

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Westside bars like the Cincinnati Bar are world headquarters for Mardi Gras in El Paso.

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The Canutillo Eagles girls soccer team lost to Loretto Academy 3-1.

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The UTEP Miners kept on their winning ways as they blew out Tulsa in the second half.

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F or years the music lovers and party happy folks in the Upper Valley and Westside El Paso were crushed to see their favorite hangout...

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The Texas team had some big plays that put the game out of reach for the Nation squad. UTEP's Cornelius Brown made one of those... see it inside...

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The last brillant sunset of the season. Perhaps. But, it ahs taken a while to get here with lots of cold, rain and a bit of snow too.

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Documentary's North American team resting after buying some provisions in El Paso at Walmart before heading south into Mexico.

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The New Shanghai Circus "Cirque de Chine" comes to the Plaza Theatre featuring acrobats, dancers, jugglers and costumes to dazzle the senses.

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Early or late... Mardi Gras is always a great P-A-R-T-Y time on the Westside and Upper Valley.

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What a refreshing experience to see that a restaurant is actually geared to make people have a wonderful dining experience... not just the taste but the service and enjoyment.

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Upper Valley and Westside Bars host many reunions for the Thanksgiving Weekend.

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Magic Pan Restaurant shows off great lunch delight.

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With the world economy having to reassess marketing and investment. Copenhagen Imports insures that their clients obtain long term comfort and lifestyle value.

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