EL PASO PRIME TIME: Borderplex Alliance

May 15, 2016

Rolando Pablos, President & CEO of the Borderplex Alliance, talks with guest host Richard Dayoub about the important work the organization is doing to bring economic prosperity to the region. When a new company is shopping around for a new market, it wants to make sure it moves to a city with good schools, a viable workforce, good quality…


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Papal visit seen as image booster for border

April 11, 2016

EL PASO - Pope Francis' historic visit to Juárez next week is an unprecedented public relations moment that can help the city erase its violence-tainted image and educate the world about this unique region, business leaders on both sides of the Juárez-El Paso border…


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Big Players in El Paso woo, Support TexasOne

April 04, 2016

In February 2006, at the 55th annual NBA All-Star Game, a handful of corporate executives from around the country mingled at a private event in Houston at the invitation of former Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

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Chihuahuas, Padre Hold First Pitch Luncheon Pitch before Exhibition Game

March 31, 2016

EL PASO, Texas - Fans got the chance to get up close and personal with players and coaches of the 2016 Chihuahuas and San Diego Padres Thursday, all…


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Border Leaders Push Unity on Common Issues

March 31, 2016

Civic and government leaders from San Diego-Tijuana and El Paso-Juárez vowed Thursday to form an alliance to work on common interests and change inaccurate perceptions of the U.S.-Mexico border region.

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UTEP, EPCC get $725,000 STEM grant

March 31, 2016

A $725,000 grant from Educate Texas will help EPCC and UTEP graduate more women and minorities in the STEM fields.

 

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Enviro Water Minerals and Veolia Partner in El Paso

February 23, 2016

Enviro Water Minerals Company (EWM) awarded Veolia a 10-year operations and maintenance agreement to manage its new commercial water plant in El Paso to enhance the city's supply of drinking waterRead


WorldQuest Competition Benefits Area Students

February 20, 2016

When local high school students compete in the region’s first Academic WorldQuest competition at the end of the month, some may think the event is long overdue.

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Pope’s Visit: Border Cities Ready for Spotlight

February 15, 2016

It is a story of redemption and hope. A comeback tale. A tale of two cities.

 

The city on the north side of the river was…


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The Border’s Changing Fortune

February 15, 2016

There is some good news out of Ciudad Juárez these days. I am not talking about Pope Francis's planned visit there this week, although a papal blessing certainly can't hurt a city that has seen its share of hard times…


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