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Not Same Ol' Song & Dance.

Many Upper Valley residents have learned to come down to City Council and support their cause only to be told to come back next week or in two weeks. People have become used to that song and dance. It is about time that the Mayor and City Council did some of the singing for a change. Read More...


El Paso Plays West Nile Roulette.

As we reported last editon, the El Paso City/County Health Department is not providing timely reports as to the presence of the West Nile Virus. . The Upper Valley Beacon broke the story to alert Upper Valley residents. Health Director, Dr. Jorge Magaña... Read More...


ASARCO Set for Copper Price Jump.

Five years after copper prices went into the dumpster, ASARCO hopes to ride the wave of high prices with re-opening of the historic El Paso operation. Read More...


Immigration Policy with a Vengance.

Some see the event as patriotic some fear a racist movement will cause harm to those entering the U.S. illegally. Read More...


Braceros May Get Withheld Funds.

Mexican Congress recently approves creation of fund in order to compensate those legally immigrated workers... Read More...


EPEC Plan May Shock Users.

The recently announced plan between the El Paso Electric Company... Read More...


UVB Hits Election Trifecta.

The Upper Valley Beacon hit three out of three... all long shots. John Cook for Mayor, Ann Morgan Lilly for City... Read More...


Guest Column: Now What?

After the dust has settled, Ric Schecter suggests a proactive approach. With the advent of the Neighborhood Associations and... Read More...


Letters to the Editor.

A selection of recent and past letters to the Editor. Some good some bad...

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Traffic Accidents Mount.

Increased population growth in the Upper Valley has cars meeting bumper to bumper more often that in the past...
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Memorial Day Celebration and Play.

Many of the residents of the Upper Valley took to the streets, swimming pools, river and canals to enjoy their day off.
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Upper Valley Living - June Issue.

* SPECIAL Coverage of the Polo with a Purpose Charity Match. *

* Five Generations Honor their Fallen on Memorial Day. *
* Democracy Wins in El Paso: Opinion. *
* Ann Morgan Lilly Wins Election in Huge Upset *
* The Lost Upper Valley Mission *
* Interview: Allison Wells and how she ended up in Germany *
* Cactus Blossoms bring Beauty to Desert and Valley *
* Clouds Pour Over Franklins: Photography. *

Upper Valley Living Magazine Online. Upper Valley Living


Calendar Notes

Fourth of July Celbrations.

Country Picnic.

La Viña Winery on Hiway 28 presents its fifth annual Country Picnic, July 4, 2005 from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 4201 S. Highway 28, La Union NM .
Price of admission is $5 per person. Under 12 is free of charge.
There will be croquet, badmitton, water slides and a jumping balloon for kids with a nine-hole putting green set up for the big kids.

Fireworks Displays

Wet 'n Wild: Anthony at I-10. 9:00 P.M.
El Paso Country Club: Off Country Club Road: South at Light on Country Club Place. 9:00 P.M. Have a Safe and Enjoyable 4th of July.


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