August 2005 Vol. 1
Photo: Brax - VPC

Image: NOAA

Photo: Brax - VPC

Photo: Brax - VPC

Photo: Brax - VPC

Photo: File-VPC

Photo: Brax - VPC

Photo: Brax - VPC

Photo: VPC by Chuck Crepas

Photo: Brax-VPC

Photo: Brax-VPC

Image:File FNS

Image:File FNS

Image - Valley Publishing

Image - Valley Publishing

Image - Valley Publishing

Photo-Brax VPC
High School Football... It's BACK!
T-Bird's Miranda Let's it Fly. Carslbad's Cavewomen Raise Crowd's Spirits in Losing Cause. See 2 stories below.
Two Forces Stun the Nation.

The Spirit of America, as well as the U.S. economy, have been jarred by Hurricane Katrina. Read More...


JOBE Plans on Two Plants in Valley.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality... Read More...


Traffic Impact Study Needed.

The re-zoning of the 25 acre tract adjacent to Artcraft at Upper Valley Road for a residential sub-division is set for another round at the City Planning Commmission on Sept. 8, 1:30 P.M. Save the Valley is urging residents to support developers building a bridge over the Mesilla East Drain to allow for a second exit. This would divert traffic from endangering students at Jose Damian Elementary School on Strahan at Borderland Road.


Wicked Witch Up to No Good at Garden.

During a recent "Sizzling Saturday Night" presentation at The Desert Botanical Gardens, the movie "The Wizard of Oz"...

Read More...


Youngster Goes to Austin Swim Meet.

Laura Andrea Hernandez, 10, had a busy summer. Besides playing the violin, reading many books, learning computer graphic design; she and her family went to Austin where she competed...
Read More...


T-Birds Soar Over Cavemen.

After getting over a case of the jitters, Coronado stormed out after half-time to over power the Carlsbad Cavemen to kick off the High School football season...
.
Read More...


Cougars Shred Las Cruces.

Franklin High School made a statement Thursday night by taking care of Las Cruces High with ease.
Read More...


Air Museum Honors Aviation Stamps.

The Community Scholars program which has been encouraging young students for years, accepted 3 Canutillo High School Students...
Read More...


Valley Grad Launches Campaign.

Canutillo High School grad, Sergio Coronado, launched his campaign for County Judge at the Camino Real. Many fellow lawyers and...
Read More...


Sombras del Pasado-West, Fades.

Rudy Olivas of Sombras del Pasado (Socorro) fame tried his hand at the Upper Valley after Dos Señoritas had failed last fall. Dos Señoritas spruced up the old Griggs Restaurant but, some say, a bit "too hip" and it didn't win over the locals. Olivas brought back the traditional... Read More...


Mexico's Presidential Campaign Heats Up.

Two candidates focused upon the border... Read More...


Border Voter Preference Varies.

Voters in the small border city of San Luis Rio Colorado indicate that there is support for the PDR for President and PAN... Read More...


Limbaugh Way Wrong About Weather.

Russ Limbaugh, a far right radio talkshow host, continually minimizes the issues of global warming ... Read More...


Failed Foreign Policy Affects Victims.

Our country has not been run correctly from Washington for some time. The negligence on the part of the Bush...
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


Upper Valley Living - August Issue.

* SPECIAL 2004 Year in Review *

See What You Missed.

Upper Valley Living Magazine Online. Upper Valley Living


Calendar Notes

Farmer's Market

WHERE: Ardovino's Desert Crossing in Sunland Park

WHEN: Each Saturday Morning. 7:30 A.M. to Noon.
Until the end of September.

Mariachi Madness

WHAT: Sizzlying Summer Nights
Desert Botanical Gardens Summer Presentations.

WHERE: Keystone Heritage Park off of Doniphan by Frontera.

WHEN: Saturday September 10, 2005

INFO: Junior League, 915-584-3511


Send feedback to:

Letter to Editor, Upper Valley Beacon

Copyright © 2004-2005 Valley Publishing Company:
All Rights Reserved.

 

 

For questions or comments concerning this site, contact:
webmaster@valleypublishinginc.biz

WXPortWXPort

UntitledUntitled