Mar, 29

Gildan Triple-A National Championship to be played at Southwest University Park in El Paso

Spring — that time for new beginnings, for new hope — is here and the beginning of another baseball season is less than two weeks away.

Mar, 29

South El Paso event to celebrate César Chávez will start at Border Farm Workers Center

Carlos Marentes, co-founder of the Sin Fronteras Organizing Project, has a lot of memories of the late labor leader César Chávez who coined the “Si Se Puede,” or “Yes We Can,” slogan.

Mar, 29

UTEP softball: Miners win on walkoff homerun

The stage was set. Bottom of the seventh. Game tied. And Courtney Clayton crushed it, simply crushed the pitch over the center field fence.

Mar, 29

Trish Long: The postmaster and Mexico’s money; El Pasoan kept nearly 1 million pesos safe during occupation of Juárez

While doing other research last week, I found this Feb. 1, 1965, Herald-Post article by Marshall Hail titled “El Pasoan Saved Mexico Million Pesos.

Mar, 29

Cesar Rivera: Christian group improperly defines bigotry

The American Family Association, a fundamentalist organization headquartered in Tupelo, Miss., believes that Christians are the victims of widespread bigotry in the United States.

Mar, 29

El Paso County students begin STAAR testing Monday

More than 100,000 El Paso County students will join nearly 3 million across the state in taking sections of the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness this week.

Mar, 29

Downtown El Paso streets become playground for thousands at Kidspalooza

The heart of Downtown El Paso became a playground on Saturday at the 8th annual Kidspalooza. The fun and games stretched from the El Paso Arts District to Union Plaza.

Mar, 29

Foul play not suspected in man’s death in West El Paso

Police on Saturday said they do not suspect foul play in the death of an unidentified man who was found under a freeway underpass in West El Paso.