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EPCC takes part in national reading program; hosts students at Northwest campus

Educators at the El Paso Community College are enlisting the help of a famous series of books to get the word out about the importance of reading.

City of El Paso looking at easing billboard relocation rules

El Paso leaders are looking at possibly easing up on some rules when it comes to billboards in the Sun City. Specifically, signs installed in locations that might not make the most sense.

Army investigating death of Fort Bliss soldier who died in Africa

Fort Bliss officials confirm that the U.S. Army is investigating the death of a Fort Bliss soldier stationed in Eastern Africa.

Wyler Aerial Tramway celebrates 14th Anniversary

Wyler Aerial Tramway State Park will be celebrating its 14th year anniversary since its re-opening, and wants to invite the public to join the celebration that will take place Saturday, March 14th 2015 from 12:00PM to 5:00PM.

Countdown to Opening Day: Rangers big on taste

They say everything is bigger in Texas and that certainly holds true at Globe Life Park concession stands.

Texas GOP leaders say they won't expand Medicaid

 

NMSU freshman earns WAC Hitter of the Week

Freshman Corrin Green of the New Mexico State softball team has been tabbed the Western Athletic Conference Hitter of the Week, the conference announced Monday.

Sun Country golf opens 2015 registration

Membership registration for the Sun Country Junior Golf Tour is now open, once again providing junior golfers of all skill levels in New Mexico and El Paso County, Texas, a platform to work on, showcase and utilize their skills in a competition

Man sentenced for role in molestation, videotaping of sexual acts with young family member

A 35-year-old Las Cruces man was sentenced to 21 and a half years in prison after molesting a family member over an extended period of time and allowing his boyfriend to engage in sexual acts with the young boy while he recorded the encounters.

Freeman earns back to back WAC honors

New Mexico State women’s basketball sophomore Brianna Freeman continues to make her case for the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year as the forward from Killeen, Texas, has been named the WAC Player of the Week for the second-c

Miners travel to play at New Mexico

The UTEP softball team will take on New Mexico in a final tune up before Conference USA play begins. The Lobos (8-7) will host the Miners (3-17) in a double header on Tuesday (March 3) at Lobo Softball Field.

This week in NMSU Athletics

The New Mexico State athletics department has a busy week on campus during the week of March 2-8. For complete schedules of all NM State sports teams go online to www.NMStateSports.com.

New associate dean helps Honors College students become leaders

Timothy Ketelaar likes being part of a team.

Country Club Road construction behind schedule

"It became kind of increasingly apparent over the last couple of weeks that we just weren't going to make that deadline," says Martin Bartlett, City Spokesperson. 

'I am the proud son of an immigrant'

I think back to 56 years ago: What if?