March 2007 Vol 4.3.1
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Thunder Canyon Saved for All Time.

Once again, the City of El Paso has been pushed toward a green consciousness...
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EP Symphony Orchestra Powered by Wurlitzer.

It was a night of grandeur and nostalgia. The Plaza Theatre, which was once...
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Celebrity Chefs Brings Out the Good Taste in All.

If you missed the grand assortment of tantalizing flavors at the 14th Annual Celebrity Chefs...
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Super Bowl: A Super Westside Event.

What could be better... Super Bowl Sunday at one of the real pubs on El Pasoís Westside...
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Quiznos Could be "The Deli Difference."

Grace V. Rout has opened two Quiznos Sub's on the Westside...
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KTEP - El Paso's Community Radio Needs Support.

KTEP will start its annual fundraising March 24th... go to site.
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Forum Hears Landfill Energy Saving Plan.

Trash. It has to go somewhere. Sure there is too much of it and maybe there needs...
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New "Regional Landfill" Plans on Hold.

There was a lot of talk last year about a new "Regional Landfill"...
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Snowy Mt. Adventure for Young Climber.

It wasnít Mt. Everest but for this young climber it was a great adventure. Recent winter snows have teased
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"Crotch-Rocket" Rider Suffers Serious Injury.

Traffic was backed up for nearly a mile along South Desert Friday night and I-10 traffic
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Artcraft Convenience Entrance Strikes Again.

Howdyís Convenience Gas Station and the new Carl Jr.ís along Artcraft has made for a dangerous cross-traffic area.
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Shocking Collision Brings Drivers Closer.

Shocked out of a day full of errands and other responsibilities, one Westside driver
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TxDot Crews Place Band-Aids on Transmountain Rd.

It seems that Trans-Mountain Road has been closed a lot this year...
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Plastic Tent Protects Fall, Winter & Spring.

Pansies are very cold hardy but, taking a little precaution and giving them...
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7-Months of Great Beauty & Entertainment.

It is hard to believe that here in the desert Southwest you can find such floral beauty...
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Christmas Cactus Beautiful & Food for Critters.

Donít count out the desert when it comes to holiday color...
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Pecan Trees: Get Drip Watering in Clay Soil.

Pecans are a favorite of many farmers when it comes to choosing a crop...
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Last Years Weeds Yielding Bumper Crop.

When it comes to the garden, do you know what the 'One...
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Winter Finally Gives Up Grip in Southwest.

Well, you can tell we have had a cold and wild winter...
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Area Photographer Lights Up NW Library.

Photographer Caroline Disney has been busy keeping the foyer at the...
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Franklin Mountains Retain a Bit of their Winter Coat.

People don't realize how great it is... unless you live in the Upper Valley...
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Snow Covered Organ Mts. Rise Above Valley.

There is no doubt that the pace in the Upper Valley is much faster now ...
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Franklin Girls Play Tough in Win.

The Franklin Lady Cougars fought and scratched their way to a...
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T-Birds in Playoff Hunt Lose to Troopers.

The Thunderbirds were ranked high in the El Paso poll and so was...
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Soccer Season Heats Up at Area High Schools.

With basketball season winding down... area high school soccer teams...
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Winter's Last Strokes Fire the Sky.

In closing... winter may be behind us but it didnít leave without bestowing...
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