Vol.   3.6.1     November   2010
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After Homecoming Victory over Rice... UTEP suffers 3 straight loses.

Pac 10 vs. Atlantic Coast Conference.

You know that Southern California is arid... as in desert. But, 113 degrees in the shade? The Southwest heat pump keeps El Paso/Las Cruces warm... almost hot.

It is often said that a family that "Restores cars together... stays together." In this case it seems to work and Mike is only 14 years old.

Late night rain didn't spoil anyone's Saturday night...

The area music lovers will again be treated to a dynamic and precise violinist in Joan Kwuon at the Plaza Theatre Oct. 22, 23. Enjoy the ambiance and harmonics for a level of refinement and classical taste that is unique to the Plaza and EPSO.

The renowned Cincinnati Bar & Grill is all P-A-R-T-Y when the Miners are playing in the Sun Bowl... and even when their not.

Only the Upper Valley Beacon can bring you the rural country charm of the Upper Valley. News, wildlife, culture, sports, school information, events and more.

Owner Ted Aikman has lost $100,000 in 2009 and part of 2010 while his bar was hobbled by an agreed upon 12 midnight closing time due to problems in 2008.

The Miners upset then #12 Houston last year during Homecoming at the Sun Bowl... The Cougars remembered and mauled the Miners.

Police were ticketing cars that were parked in "No Parking" zones on several streets east of Stanton and Cincinnati. This area had been overrun before the signs went up.

Writer and poet Nancy Green lead a workshop using music, sound and verse to activate the creative channel.

Many former Farah workers were in attendance at the Farah Exhibit and Reception to get see old fellow workers and seen Jimmy Farah again.

Thousands of area residents may have been infected with West Nile Virus. Officially, though, only 17 cases as of September 17, 2010 are confirmed.

Temperatures continue to play in the 90's and kids and adults alike can't stay out of the water.

Only the Upper Valley Beacon can bring you the rural country charm of the Upper Valley. News, wildlife, culture, sports, school information, events and more.

The value of a ton of Catapulted into Mexico’s First Division, Ciudad Juarez’s Indios soccer team is hot.


A new era starts on the Westside of El Paso.
































ELECTION 2010: Hat Trick! Republicans Win all 3 Races.
Upper Valley & Westside El Paso.

The Democrats held the State Representative # 78 seat for one term... and that may be all they get. Dee Margo finally spends enough to win. Judge King and Dan Haggerty win... AGAIN!

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The Thunderbirds are marching methodically toward another District 1-5A Championship... but, the ride is not always smooth...

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District 1-5A has been a mauling by the top five frontrunners. Franklin beat Montwood, but, Montwood beat Coronado... Franklin lost to Americas but, Coronado...

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Whether you still dress up to go to work... hope not... or you dress your little ones to go Trick-or-Treating... Halloween is a time for creativity and fun.

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Day of the Dead... is a holiday and a religious holy day for remembering the nature of life.

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Time to make a smart choice. Sure, the battle between the two "star" candidates, Dee Margo and Incumbent Joe Moody takes all the limelight... but, there's more to this election than just that one race. Justice of the Peace Precinct 7 and Commissioner District 4.

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We don't have that kind of color and our own special Upper Valley autumn color won't be showing up strong for a while... but, the light show in the mountains will be incredible this year.

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El Paso got a double-dip of smooth, powerful and gyrating rhythm as Shakira almost lifted the dome off of the Special Events center at UTEP.

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Proven in the frigid night temperatures of the Upper Valley; the Pansies will provide months of dazzlying color with little care for Westsiders.

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Things got revved up with the Homecoming Parade.

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Celebrating the 30th year of making the biggest and baddest enchilada in the world???? If it's flat... then y'up... world! The festival was a treat for all ages.

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From the opening bell it was an exhilarating tempo for Miner fans and one for despair by the Aggies.

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The Thunderbirds opened the season with three tough opponents and have won 2 and pushed Midland Lee to OT... on the road. New Bad Boy on the block... Americas, was no match for Coronado.

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The Cougars were under pressure as the Bobcats shocked Franklin with quick strike scores early on... but, the Cougars, down 22-9 at halftime kept coming and a last minute TD make the difference.

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El Paso Tigers and Cathedral Irish

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You can always count on great entertainment at these two community supporting entertainment establishments.

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Upper Valley football is running strong in two states and several districts. Small Anthony Wildcats to bigger Santa Teresa Desert Warriors, Gadsden Panthers and Canutillo Eagles.

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From Franklin & Coronado to El Paso High School & UTEP... The new squads of cheerleaders are already busy showing all of the new dance and cheers that they learned and practiced this summer.

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What a refreshing experience to see that a restaurant is actually geared to make people have a wonderful dining experience... not just the taste but the service and enjoyment.

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With the world economy having to reassess marketing and investment. Copenhagen Imports insures that their clients obtain long term comfort and lifestyle value.

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The brillant sunset and clouds portend of winter skies are not too far away.

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