The annual rite of Spring is coming up soon... April 26th and 27th. Wine, Music, Great People, Fun... spells P-A-R-T-Y!

Public Radio is alive and well in El Paso. This station provides news, profiles, commentary and documentary insight that is NOT available any where else. The BEST education on the radio.

The Lady Eagles fought off a comeback attempt by the Ysleta Indians in girls softball competition.

A day for wearing green a night for drinking green beer; St. Patty's Day brings out the Upper Valley devotees.

Desert Warriors loose district title game to Deming.

The biggest race in the Southwest highlights the racing season at SP R & C.

Traffic patterns have changed with the growth in the Upper Valley and Spring brings multiple coveys of cyclists along the major thoroughfares and also the back roads.

Area bikers and other motorcycle enthusiasts rode to an Upper Valley church for a blessing as the spring riding season is under way.

Along with a new Mayor; Sunland Park has other new faces ready to be swore in this year.

Tony Mack shared his brand of motivation to Morehead students.





































Warm Weather Means Cotton Farming Preparations Underway.
With desert all around the Upper Valley it becomes apparent to all visitors that this lush valley depends on water from the Rio Grande to provide for cotton farming.
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Along with a new sheriff, there will be a new Constable # 7 in town... er, the Upper Valley.
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Exclusive: Photo of the fire as seen from the Upper Valley.
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Laura Hernandez practices at the rehearsals conducted at Loretto Academy on the weekends. Many Upper Valley and Westside students are included in the various youth orchestras.
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These five huge mining truck beds sat along Transmountain before their journey through the Upper Valley heading to Mexico or New Mexico.
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Complete coverage including interviews... EXCLUSIVE: Only Upper Valley Beacon & WestsideReader conducted complete interviews with all the four candidates before the elections. Interviews after the primary election.
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Santa Teresa and Gadsden's Boys Basketball team are eliminated on the road in the first round of the state tournament.
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Martin Resendez garnered a sizeable majority in winning the mayoral race over Juan Fuentes.
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Caucuses throughout El Paso County were varied as to civility and functioning.
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Adam Furman, QB for the Coronado Thunderbirds, and his family showed up at the Carmike 16 cinema for an "almost like live" experience as the 'Horns stomped all over the Texas A & M Aggies in a crucial Big 12 basketball game.
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The UTEP theatre is showing 35mm films this year. Award winning cinema.
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Women Power was evident as grandmothers and granddaughters filled "The Don".
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