It’s time to let the cat out of the bag and tell you what changes are coming! We hope you’ll be excited!
They’ve done it. They persevered and never gave up. Today was their moment to shine as they proudly drove the streets of San Eli.
READERS ASK: Do the Marshals Take Thier Cars Home? We have an answer to that quesiton.
New cases reported in San Eli. Recoveries still on the rise countywide.
Scam calls are down, thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak. Text scams, however, seem to be on the rise. Read our lasted from Kyle Glatz.
Here’s a question: can we trust a candidate for elected office who actively blocks those they don’t agree with on social media, ignores questions from future constituents , and ignores the media?
Some of the greatest ideas come out of necessity. Chuco Town Farm proves that out. Jonathan Grijalva tells us how helping his family led to an urban farm and a desire to help and teach the City of San Elizario.
While numbers in San Eli hold steady, there has been a spike in positive numbers countywide. The new numbers now include those who are visitors to El Paso.
Our numbers have increased in San Eli. We also have two new deaths to report. On the positive side, over 2,000 were tested on Wed and Thur of this week.
I always feel that if a candidate cannot take the time to respond to a local, or in our case, hyper-local, media source, it speaks volumes concerning their work ethic and their connection to our community. Only one candidate responded to your questions for the upcoming Commissioner’s Court Elections.
Guiding Star El Paso Partners with Kelly Memorial Food Pantry to Provide Free Baby Diapers, Wipes and More