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El Paso Electric Prepares for Brutal Summer Ahead

EL PASO, Texas – El Paso Electric is preparing for a hot summer ahead as the borderland begins to see triple digit temps. El Paso electric Spokesman George De La Torre says power outages are more common during the summer than at any other time of the year. Crews began preparations during February, with what…
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100-Degree Hot Streak Hits El Paso Region; Caution Urged

Buy Photo Public safety officials are urging residents to take precautions as one of the hottest times of the summer in the El Paso-Juárez region has arrived. The National Weather Service for El Paso has forecast temperatures topping 100 degrees Wednesday through at least Monday before dipping to the mid-90s next week. “This will be…
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Chairman, Commissioner Quit El Paso County Historical Commission After ‘Demolition’ Letter

The Duranguito neighborhood in Downtown El Paso is back as the preferred site for a new arena. City Council voted Tuesday against hiring an outside firm to conduct another feasibility study for the arena. Sara Sanchez/El Paso Times Buy Photo The chairman of the El Paso County Historical Commission quit Tuesday in a spat over…
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How to Experience the Best of El Paso Texas

If you are making your plans to travel to El Paso, you may have never been there before. You might not have any idea of what to expect. If you are traveling with your significant other, and you want to provide them with a great time, there are many activities that you can do while…
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El Paso Area Businesses Urged to Make Nafta Recommendations

Donald Trump called NAFTA the “worst trade deal maybe ever signed anywhere.’’ So he wants to renegotiate it — or kill it altogether. So just what is NAFTA? (May 18) AP Federal officials want El Paso and Las Cruces area business operators to give their 2 cents’ worth about what needs to be fixed as…
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Las Cruces Bank to Buy El Paso Bank Branch

Buy Photo Western Heritage Bank, a small Las Cruces bank with a former El Paso bank executive leading its board of directors, has agreed to buy PlainsCapital Bank’s branch in West El Paso, Western Heritage officials announced Wednesday. The PlainsCapital branch, at 4849 N. Mesa St, is the only El Paso location operated by the…
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Tax Credits Help Cut Reliance on El Paso Electric

El Paso Electric officials this week began selling small chunks of solar power to customers as an alternative to rooftop solar systems. Victor Calzada / El Paso Times Mayor Oscar Leeser complained in a recent column in the El Paso Times that El Paso Electric was again seeking another rate increase to cover its operating…
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Brief-El Paso Electric q1 Loss per Share $0.10

May 3 El Paso Electric Co: * Q1 loss per share $0.10 * El paso electric co qtrly operating revenues $171.3 million versus $157.8 million * Q1 earnings per share view $-0.08 — Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S Source text – Further company coverage:

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El Paso County Looks to Off-Load Detox Facility

Detox currently is located next to the Criminal Justice Center on East Las Vegas Street. After AspenPointe bailed on the “Lighthouse” detox facility in 2008, no one stepped up to provide an alternative. The hospitals were screaming about it, because their emergency rooms were filling up with drunks. Then-Sheriff Terry Maketa solved the problem by…
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El Paso Mayoral Candidates Make Their Pitch at Forum

El Paso mayoral candidates make their… EL PASO, Texas – Candidates running to become El Paso’s next mayor met Tuesday night for a debate at El Paso High School. The event was organized by Coronado High School’s “We(fillintheblank)” club. All of the candidates were in attendance. ABC-7 spoke with the candidates after the debate, and…
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