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The Anthony football team finished up a tough season after a playoff year in 2007.

Gadsden was outmatched by many opponents this year.

The Desert Warriors fought through a tough 2007 season.

The country bazaar for the Lady of the Rosary Church in La Union brings fun and excitement to the rural community.

The Calvary Church in the Upper Valley brought bikers, Rock 'n Roll for prayer.

This is apparently not the kind of warm Indian Summer that we are used to in the Upper Valley.

Miners keep improving. Wins over Central Florida and Southern Mississippi have UTEP atop CUSA standings.

The Desert Warriors fought like warriors and brought home a victory against the Irvin Rockets.

David Rosen was busy in between rainy downpours to get to the root of his weed problem.

No matter how much the El Paso Public Health Department may try to minimize the threat of this deadly disease; infection possibilities continue.

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

Not content with their district crown the This unique gift and novelty shop is located in a historical adobe in the Upper Valley.

Predictions for this year have designated our region as one with the potential for continued severe drought.

The value of a ton of Catapulted into Mexico’s First Division, Ciudad Juarez’s Indios soccer team is hot.

Recent questions about the quality or lack thereof by advertisers in the El Paso area were raised.

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Angie Sommers Wins Constable # 7 Race.
There's a new constable in town... er, the Upper Valley, Westside and north east El Paso. Sommers became the first Democrat to win this race in years.
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Political novice, Joe Moody, pulled out win in a very negative race to take the Texas House seat HD 78 from Republican control.
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Getting the "Party Started" in the Upper Valley.

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The Canutillo Eagles football team has had a roller coaster early part of the season win an opening win over Coronado. But, the team is peaking at just the right time.

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The UTEP Miners have epitimized a thrilling season, but, do their best on the road.

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There was plenty of reverence but, also, plenty of celebration.

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Pat Webb doesn't play around when it comes to dressing up her famous Upper Valley Aceitunas Beer Gardens for Halloween.

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Check out some of the great costumes.

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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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With the cold snap rolling down the Rocky Mountains; this years fall colors are still iffy but some early color is already evident.

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Whether for the kitchen or to decorate the entry to your home; the chile ristra is still a favorite in the Upper Valley.

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The tradition by the Canutillo High School to hold a huge bonfire during Homecoming was agian a great spectacle as well as a gathering for once in a lifetime moments.

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Magic Pan Restaurant shows off great lunch delight.

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With the perfect "party on the lawn" stage; La Viña Winery's annual Harvest Festival brought together thousands of regional music fans for a great weekend of music, arts, food, gifts... and of course, wine... Okay, and plenty of fun.

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Tom Mays Park on the Westside of the Franklin Mountain was the perfect setting for this wonderful family edutainment festival.

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The frequent and sometimes heavy rains have played havoc with alfalfa harmers.

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