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Alleged Drug Smuggler Flees La Tuna.

David Muñoz, 33, has escaped the La Tuna Detention Facility. Muñoz was charged with heroin possesion and may have been involved with drug smuggling. U.S. Marshals indicate that Muñoz... Read More...


Youth Take Part in Summer Learning.

Kids of all ages attended classes taught at the El Paso Community College Northwest Campus Library this summer. In the Teen Hangout Program, classes and events ranged from: Martial Arts, Belly Dancing, Web Graphics Design, and of course Reading is FUN!... Read More...


Pedestrian Struck Dead near Artcarft.

an elderly man who was walking along South Desert near Artcraft & I-10 was struck by a vehicle after his truck was immobilized near the scene. Read More...


La Union's Great Hope Fails.

Recently the Meson La Union closed its doors to customers. The Mexican Food restaurant was open at the corner of Hiway 28 and Mercantile Ave. After about three months Victor Alvarez and his mother gave up on a dream to put La Union, New Mexico on the map.
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Hurricane Emily May Bring Sea Breeze.

After slamming into the Mayan Riviera on the Caribbean Sea, Emily is gaining strength and now heading more northward than preveiously expected. The Borderplex may experience... Read More...


Mosquitoes Bring New Virus

Officials at the City of Sunland Park indicated that a new viral threat had been detected in mosquitoes trapped in irrigation canals near McNutt Highway. Read More...


ASARCO also has History of Violations.

Part III in a multiple part series. Testimony indicates that ASARCO was cited several times without any consequences..
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Better EP Electric Deal Approved.

With calls for a public hearning ignored by several Council Representatives; the El Paso Electric Agreement... Read More...


Immigration Policy Must Have Balance.

Part III. The U.S.-Mexico Border is as porous as a sponge. With the threat of nuclear weapons being smuggled into the U.S.; the policies, funding and enforcement is lacking.
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Schwarzenegger Joins Border Governors.

The recently concluded Border Governors Conference in Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico, was turbocharged by the brief... Read More...


Ankle Biters Must be Muzzled.

Recent outburts by Ray Gilbert about the EP Electric... Read More...


Watchdogs Need More Teeth.

In order to prevent the ranting and raving at City Hall a non-profit watchdog organization must be formed to be proactive. Read More...


Biggest Winner: City Council.

It took some nudging and pushing but they have proven... 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


We're Not the Only One's Getting HOT!!

A persistent high pressure zone has anchored itsself over the western states and midwest. Highs in South Dakota were over the 100 mark. And the 90 degree mark was being mugged as far as Canada. Think Rain!!!


Upper Valley Living - July Issue.

* SPECIAL Fourth of July - Independence Day Edition *
* Pastoral View of the Upper Valley *
* Flowers in the Wild *
* Great Recipe Ideas to Keep Kool *
* Photography. *

Upper Valley Living Magazine Online. Upper Valley Living


Calendar Notes

American Cancer Society:

2005 Golf Classic 
4 Man Scramble
Combination team handicap of 32 minimum
Awards dinner will follow
**This year there will also be a Silent Auction.  

WHERE: Vista Hills Country Club
2210 Trawood Dr., El Paso, Texas 79935  

WHEN: Thursday, August 4, 2005
Tee Time - 1:00 pm  

WHY: To raise funds to benefit the El Paso Metro Unit of the American Cancer Society for research, education, advocacy, and patient services programs.

INFO: Please call ACS at 915-544-4425  



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