Nov 2005 Vol 2
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4 Area Teams Make Playoffs... Title Hopes Soaring!!

The Canutillo, Texas Eagles; Santa Teresa, New Mexico Warriors; El Paso's Coronado Thunderbirds and Franklin Cougars. LETS get out and SUPPORT OUR TEAMS.
Few Voters Decide: Gay Marriage Ban Wins.

With as little as 7% of the registered voters going to polls... Constitution amended. Read More...
EXCLUSIVE: Dump & Run.

A beautiful Sunday afternoon was tarnished by someone allegedly dumping in the drain canals along Upper Valley Road. Read More...
Forever Riding the Ditches.

Our beloved Upper Valley Ditchrider, Fred Walker, still rides the trails keeping the water flowing and tempers from rising... Read More...
RV's Swarm Air Museum.

These little planes are REAL! A new breed of travel... perhaps futureistic mode of transportation... Read More...
The Gazing Ball Celebrates Third Anniversary.

To highlight her Third Anniversary at the Gazing Ball, Nancy Maldonado has added a fountain & pond area and... more... Read More...
West Nile Threat 'til a FREEZE.

As long as the Indian Summer continues... West Nile Virus is still a threat. Make sure you and your neighbors, especially the...Read More...
ASARCO Target of Bi-National Forum.

ASARCO's future is still in doubt... recently filing for bankruptcy, ASARCO's danger to the community will be the focus of a bi-national... Read More...
Canutillo Eagles' Comeback Stalls.

The Huskies of Chapin, El Paso were feeling pretty frisky at half-time after striking lightning quick and often. But the Eagles stormed... Read More...
Coronado T-Birds Tune Up for Westbowl.

The T-Birds took off in a flash of lightning and never looked back as they demolished the Rams of Montwood High, El Paso.... Read More...
Cougars v. Montwood: Adding Insult to Injury.

The Cougars of Franklin High School made sure the Montwood Rams never forget Coronado Stadium... Read More...
Gadsten Panthers Don't Know...Q-u-i-t.

The Gadsten Panthers are not ever going to have it easy. They play against some of the toughest competition in New Mexico and Texas.Read More...
Upper Valley Aerial Wizards.

From pesticides to defoliants... Crop Dusters still buzz the valley floor and now face more obstacles. Read More...
Death of Cotton Field Women Remembered.

Time to remember the many women victims along the border. Read More...
Hazardous Waste Dumping Danger.

Aspects of dumping of hazardous wastes along the border... Read More...
Homophobia is NOT Healthy Sign.

Aspects of dumping of hazardous wastes along the border... Read More...
Upper Valley Under Siege.

Dumping, cars for sale on the street... it's time to care for the valley. 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 More...
Upper Valley Living - October Issue: W/ Sneak Peek.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS... GO COUGARS!

Binational Forum on ASARCO and Border Health.

WHEN: December 9th

WHERE: Cuidad Juarez, Chihuahua.

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