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EP Electric Plan Still Questioned.

An outside independent consultant was not hired to review the agreement between El Paso Electric and the City of El Paso which affects all taxpayers, ratepayers and shareholders... Read More...

ASARCO's Return Feared by Residents.

Part II, in a multiple part series chronicling the impact ASARCO left during its early years and also the issue of El Paso's future with or without... Read More...

Immigration Policy Without a Vengence.

Part II, in our ongoing coverage of a national security issue and a border economic issue... U. S. Immigration Policy. We are all touched by the reality and it hits home at many different levels.

Health Department Report Prompted.

The Upper Valley Beacon had reported a "misunderstanding" when it issued an exclusive report concerning the first confirmed tests for West Nile Virus in mosquitoes in May. After calling... Read More...

Maquila Protest Breaks Out on Border.

A wildcat strike in one factory and a spreading protest in another erupted in the Tamaulipas border city of... Read More...

Blind Faith Not Good Enough.

Questions arise as to how much City Council really knows. Read More...

Guest Column: El Paso Times Bombs..

City Council Chronicler "Sydney Hall Maven" response to Joe Muench's editorial on Wardy's unfair defeat.. Read More...

Letters to the Editor.

Keep on sending in your thoughts, suggestions and complaints... and if we missed something-tell us about it. If there is another issue that is important to you and you want to see what others think... Zip it to us.
Read Your Letters

Snow Pack Brings Needed Relief.

The outlook for this year and next year are much better than water users have seen in recent years..

Traffic Accidents Mount.

The data has been collected and the trend is scary. 2005 has shown an huge increase in traffic accidents in the Upper Valley area...

Temperatures Back to Normal... HOT!!!

The last days of June are always the hottest here in the Southwest and if we are lucky we will see the traditional ushering in of the rainy season... right after a hot Fourth of July.

After the last dought in the 50's the summer heat would get drenched by monsoonal rains that would soak the valley and the desert thoroughly. So... Think Rain!!!

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 *
* Valley Residents at Play on Memorial Day: Photography. *
* Clouds Pour Over Franklins: Photography. *

Upper Valley Living Magazine Online. Upper Valley Living

Calendar Notes

Fourth of July Celebrations.

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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