New Mexico & El Paso

New Mexico is a state located in the southwest and western regions of the United States. El Paso is the county seat of El Paso County, Texas, United States, and lies in far West Texas. 5.0/5

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BLACKHAWKS, With the 4th of July fast approaching, here is a list of some of the most recommended events/celebrations going on at Fort Bliss, in El Paso, and in neighboring New Mexico. This isn't everything going on, by far, but it's a pretty diverse set of events and celebrations! Since there are a lot of celebrations going on this weekend, please make sure if you plan on drinking, you have a safe, sober ride home. If something happens and your ride isn't able to take you safely home, you can call No DUI El Paso for a free ride home. If you aren't familiar with No DUI El Paso, it was founded as a non-profit organization in May 2012, and officially started providing services as of October 2012. Their goal is to develop and integrate a program that is designed to create a simple and effective solution to mitigate D.U.I.'s and D.W.I.'s within the El Paso and Fort Bliss area, and to enable citizens to make responsible choices while intoxicated. No DUI El Paso is not an organization against drinking, just i . ...
New Mexico earthquake felt as far away as El Paso, Texas.
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HellBent is destroying Sante Fe, New Mexico & El Paso, Texas on August 1st & 2nd. (We'll at least destroy our livers.)
Biofuel Facility on Fire in Southern New Mexico The Associated Press May 27, 2014, 2:04 PM ANTHONY, N.M. — A biofuel facility near Anthony in Southern New Mexico caught fire Tuesday, prompting an evacuation of an area a half-mile around the plant, authorities said. Dona Ana County officials activated their emergency operations center and declared a hazardous materials emergency, county spokesman Jess Williams said. He said there was no immediate word of any injuries, and the cause of the fire was not known. However, Williams said there has been a series of small explosions. Anthony is on the New Mexico-Texas line, between Las Cruces, New Mexico, and El Paso, Texas. Fire crews from several agencies were on the scene, along with county sheriff's deputies and New Mexico State Police, Williams said. According to Williams, the plant is known to have large quantities of methanol and other fuels and chemicals. Those included vegetable oil, hydrochloric acid and bio-diesel fuel, Williams said. According to U.S. ...
It was an honor to be able to welcome home one of our fallen heroes. Command Sergeant Major Martin Barreras. My thoughts and prayers are with the Barreras family. R.I.P. CSM, and thank you for your service to our country and for your ultimate sacrifice. "Command Sgt. Maj. Martin R. Barreras, a decorated career Army soldier from Tucson, died Tuesday of wounds suffered in combat in Afghanistan. "Barreras was shot a week earlier in Herat province when enemy forces attacked his unit with small-arms fire. He died at San Antonio Military Medical Center in Texas, the Defense Department announced Thursday in a news release. "He was the senior enlisted soldier for the 2nd Battalion, 5th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso. He was deployed to Afghanistan in December. Barreras, 49, was born in New Mexico and grew up in Tucson. He graduated from Sunnyside High School, according to a news release from Fort Bliss. "He enlisted in the Army in 1988 after ...
First Alert continues for the El Paso area and across Southern New Mexico. Very strong winds and blowing dust expected today. Gusts mph
Here I am in New Mexico. I drove farther than I had planned thanks to time zones and 80 mph speed limits. So far the trip has been pleasant except for road construction. It took me 45 minutes to get through El Paso. Saw all kinds of shops I would like to visit on my return and if I have money left! Remember, I am making this same trip in August for my class reunion. I prefer driving or the train, I get too nervous flying. Well this is "Thelma" signing off for the day. P.S. Jason, I didn't pick up any hitchhikers, but if I see any that look like Brad Pitt or Adam Levine, I will stop!
Sorry I have not placed anything on face book but, I have been sight seeing. Left the Grand Canyon Thursday . We went to New Mexico had a goodtime. we are now in Texas we are headed back to North Carolina real slow. We are in a campground in Texas. To be exact about 30 miles east of El Paso. Just had dinner and feeling good. I saw a Jack Rabbit to day and more elk. we are headed to San Antonio tomorrow. Love you all and God Bless. Forgot to tell you Bobby yesterday almost stepped on some kind of strange looking snake. I told him I have to have a picture of it. So I did . I would post picture but I am having some trouble getting them on. We are so thankful to the Lord and good friends to be praying. OH we went through the board and I was a little nervous. THe guy said are you both US citizens we said yes and he said have a great day. So have a great weekend and Happy Mothers Day to all you who are Mothers and Grandmothers.
Nel and Shash have the call from sunny El Paso as the Chihuahuas and Isotopes square off in the New Mexico classic
"In the works now is I FOUGHT THE LAW, the Authorized Biography of ill-fated 1960’s Texas music legend Bobby Fuller. Fuller biographer Miriam Linna, whose lengthy 1988 Kicks magazine biography sought to unravel persistent misinformation that had plagued the music history of the Bobby Fuller Four, has teamed up with Bobby’s brother Randy to write the definitive Bobby Fuller bio. Randy opens up for the first time to tell of growing up with Bobby-- from their idyllic childhood days in Texas, New Mexico, and Utah, to their teen-age years in the burgeoning El Paso music scene, to the Hollywood helter skelter that would claim Bobby’s life at the age of twenty-three. His death remains a mystery, with much conjecture spawned by media zealots."
Check out Farmington, New Mexico going Absutely fkn bonkers with us last night! These fukkerz set the bar real high so let's see you bring it hard tonight El Paso, TX!!! What about the rest of you...ready to get CRAZY with us?!!!
INTERESTING - IS THE HISPANIC VOTE IN West Texas IN PLAY? New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez (R) is reported to be coming to Lubbock this week (Wednesday, April 16, 2014). "Early life, education, and early career Martinez was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. She was brought up in a middle-class family of Mexican descent. Martinez attended El Paso's Riverside High School, . She earned her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Texas at El Paso. In 1981, Martinez pursued her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law and graduated in 1986. ... 2010 gubernatorial election Main article: New Mexico gubernatorial election, 2010 Primary With 51% of the vote in a five-way contest, Susana Martínez won the Republican nomination for Governor of New Mexico in the primary election on June 1, 2010. During the primary election campaign, Martinez was endorsed by former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. General Martinez defeated Diane Denish, then lieutenant governor of New M ...
should be in tomorrows paper. Pastor Robert McKeehan High PointPastor Robert McKeehan, 42, resident of High Point, went to be with the Lord on April 11th, 2014. Robert was born March 14th, 1972 in El Paso, TX, a son to Estil and Celia Gallegos McKeehan. He came to know Christ through Campus Crusade at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque where his passion for God’s Word and sharing the Gospel grew. While there, he majored in Religious Studies and minored in Spanish. Later he graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary with a master of Theology. He served as youth pastor at Riverview Fellowship in Albuquerque, NM, Associate Pastor at Northlake Community Church in Bellingham, WA, Lead Pastor at Cross Point Church in E. Peoria, IL and most recently, Lead Pastor at Community Bible Church in High Point, NC. While serving at Community Bible he was active in many expansion projects and ministry development activities including: developing a satellite campus in Oak Ridge, purchasing the Women’s ...
For my out of town PLN members: On Saturday, September 27, 2014, the Science Teachers Association of Texas (Region 19) will host a one day science and technology conference called miniCAST 2014. (Here is more info about it: ) We are expecting about 500 educators this year from all over West Texas and Southern New Mexico. One of the strands we are having this year is a “Virtual Strand” when presenters do not have to actually have to be in El Paso to present, but still can present. (We understand that not very one can run to El Paso on a moment’s notice, although we do have electricity and running water, contrary to popular opinion!) I know that you all have something to share, and it would be a great treat for the educators in the El Paso area to be able to meet you, even if it is through Skype or a webinar setting. Wont you please consider printing at miniCAST 2014, in El Paso? It should only take an hour or so (unless you want to present multiple times) and I know that teacher sour here will be ver ...
A special guest in the studio on sun! Traveling through from New Mexico! Through El Paso on his way through chihuahua to Mexico! For a visit at Zeven Music Entertainment!
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Incredible weekend in El Paso, TX, and Las Cruces, New Mexico this weekend... Humbled & Gr8ful that God would grant me this privilege to do what I do. He didn't have to do it, but I'm glad He did...
I forgot to tell you the craziest part of my El Paso adventure. We were there to test circus kids and wanted to go to the circus and see what it was all about. The hotel shuttle would not take us due to the distance. Meli Haggerty and I pouted and sat around bored. I googled things for us to do, but each time the shuttle guy would say, "That's on the west side. You are on the East Side." Finally, they offered to arrange a taxi driver to take us to the mountain so we could really experience the amazing view of El Paso, Juarez, and New Mexico. Elias picked us up, and the fun began. He offered to take us all over El Paso for a fee. We agreed, and he pretended to know the history of El Paso, and we pretended to believe every word he said. It was hilarious!! We had so much fun visiting things no other tour guide would bother showing. And THAT'S how 2 Arkansas girls saw The West.
Just booked my flight to El Paso, Texas to visit my brother and sister-in-law in Las Cruces, New Mexico for spring break!! So excited :-)
Earlier today I met with the Unified Command of the New Mexico / West Texas Alliance to Combat Transnational Threats —this group is a collaboration between local, state, and federal law enforcement to protect El Paso and the surrounding communities from threats.
From Jim Acosta-As this historic open enrollment period enters its final weeks, millions of Americans are finding quality, affordable coverage thanks to the Affordable Care Act. Fernando Valdez and Denise Schroeder were part of a weekend wave of consumers signing up for new coverage and bringing enrollment nationwide to more than 5 million through the Federal and State-based Marketplaces since October 1st. Fernando Valdez, 25, of El Paso, New Mexico woke up early on Saturday, after his mother insisted that he walk to an enrollment center and enroll in Marketplace coverage. Now, he will pay $22 a month for his health insurance. Fernando said that he walked away knowing that if “I get into an accident I will not be in trouble with trying to find health care." Read more about Fernando’s story at: Denise Schroeder says she now feels like “I have a whole new life” after enrolling in coverage in recent days. Denise, a small Business Owner in West Chester, Pennsylvania who runs “Happy Heart Clown N'Stu ...
A big shout out to all of the wonderful citizens of El Paso, Texas and Las Cruces, New Mexico and all the surrounding areas. We want to sincerely thank you for welcoming all of our independent clean & simple™ SUPER CLEANER sales reps with open arms and doors! ; ^ )
Day 2 (yesterday) - Had a good day yesterday. While driving through Arizona we took a detour to Colossal Cave National Park where we got to explore a cave (a first for me). Then after driving through New Mexico we made it to El Paso. Our goal for day 3 is to make it to San Antonio.
EQUAL MARRIAGE RIGHTS FOR ALL (This is a Resolution from the United Church of Santa Fe that we are submitting to the Southwest Conference, United Church of Christ, for consideration at the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Conference (which includes New Mexico, El Paso, and Arizona). It's based on the 2005 UCC National General Synod Resolution on Marriage Equality (hence all the "whereas's" :-) and United's experience of advocacy and pastoral support for LGBTQ persons and families. We invite your support.) WHEREAS the Bible affirms and celebrates human expressions of love and partnership, calling us to live out fully that gift of God in responsible, faithful, committed relationships that recognize and respect the image of God in all people; and WHEREAS the life and example of Jesus of Nazareth provides a model of radically inclusive love and abundant welcome for all; and WHEREAS we proclaim ourselves to be listening to the voice of a Still Speaking God and that at all times in human history there is always y ...
Chuck Tharp, guitarist for the Fireballs, was born February 3, 1941, along the banks of the Rio Grande in the southWest Texas settlement of Ysleta, southeast of El Paso. Chuck and his five brothers all became cowboys, as their stepfather had been. Chuck spent most of his teenage years working in the saddle until 1958, when the Fireballs began their recording career and their song "Torquay" hit the charts. "I was in the saddle by the time I was 13 and drawing a man's wage, I might add, until I was 19 when I finally gave it up for music. We took care of the horses and cattle and rode fence and did brandings and ropings," Chuck told us for the Fireballs chapter of our first book, "Echoes of the Sixties," now available as an e-book (Chuck, who had a way with animals, also worked with difficult horses. "I worked on one ranch that kept sticking me with all of the bad horses. I had to ride all of them, and I learned how, believe me. It was either learn how or get killed. I liked to say I 'gentled' them. I don’ ...
6 Misconceptions about our Southern Border 1. The U.S.-Mexico border is violent It certainly is in some places, but those don't tend to be on the U.S. side. In fact, El Paso, Texas and San Diego, California are the two safest cities in the country, according to Congressional Quarterly. While Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has repeatedly said the border in her state is dangerous, crime statistics reported by USA Today and The Huffington Post show that violent crime has dropped along the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona, as well as California, New Mexico and Texas. 2. The porous U.S.-Mexico border is vulnerable to terrorists That’s not the assessment of the U.S. government. The Mexico section of the most recent State Department's Country Reports on Terrorism reads: "No known international terrorist organization had an operational presence in Mexico and no terrorist group targeted U.S. citizens in or from Mexican territory. There was no evidence of ties between Mexican criminal organizations and terrorist groups, n ...
New Mexico-based hamburger chain Blake's Lotaburger opened earlier this month to big crowds, which is typical when a new, popular restaurant opens in El Paso.
The day Dillion Francis comes to New Mexico or El Paso again, will be a good day
A big thank you goes out to the Phi Delta Theta - Texas Tau. What a great surprise to get the contribution from the Iron Turkey in November. You guys out did yourselves and raised even more this year! ALSA-NM thanks you greatly as do those living with ALS in New Mexico and El Paso.
James Gadsden, the U.S. minister to Mexico, and General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, the president of Mexico, signed the Gadsden Purchase in Mexico City on this date in 1853. The treaty settled the dispute over the location of the Mexican border west of El Paso, Texas, and established the final boundaries of the southern United States. For the price of $15 million, later reduced to $10 million, the U.S. acquired approximately 30,000 square miles of land in what is now Southern New Mexico and Arizona. The photos show a modern map outlining the Gadsden Purchase as well as a detail of the border taken from a newly acquired map published in 1864 that shows the final line on the eve of the U.S. - Mexican War; this map will be featured in a new case that will be installed in late January.
Perhaps most horrifying is that a hospital and its medical staff actively went along with this. The El Paso Times reports: In a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday in El Paso by the American Civil Liberties Union, a 54-year-old New Mexico woman claims that she...
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A New Mexico woman is suing the El Paso County Hospital District, the University Medical Center of El Paso and four U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents for what the lawsuit describes as "multiple, redundant and increasingly intrusive searches," after which the 54-year-old was asked to foot the...
Why are there bowls in New Mexico and El Paso?! Two really crappy places to go.
I feel trapped here in LC... after living in El Paso, Cali, and Austin. everyday here is the same. don't like the sound of forever... hm. .-. just need out of New Mexico... bleeehh.
When I was just a boy there was a great old TV show about a Western Sheriff named Elfego Baca. Loved it ! It was very popular and many a Western six-shooter was bought for many a kid to re-enact the exploits of Elfego along with other great Western legends like Matt Dillon, Josh Randall, The Rifleman, The Rebel, Maverick and The Cisco Kid. Robert Loggia began playing Elfego Baca in 1958 and made his legend grow and grow. Unknown to me then was that Elfego was real and that he was a famous sheriff in western New Mexico and he really did hunt down bad guys. In one of his exploits he engaged some 40 ruffians in a shootout that lasted some 36 hours where they had him surrounded and unloaded thousands of bullets into the adobe store he was in, but he emerged unscathed. He went on to become an attorney and another famous story is that he received a telegram from a client in El Paso saying, " Need you, come quick. Have just been charged with murder." To which Elfego is said to have replied, " Don't worry, l ...
Good news! Roads are open and nice to El Paso. Just hoping they are good in New Mexico and Arizona now! Rolling west now!!
In texas, waiting on this plane to head to El Paso, New mexico! :)
El Paso, New Mexico, Tuscon, a change into a pair of shorts and then home!!!
Started off in El Paso, Tx this morning and here I am in a hotel in San Diego, Ca. You don't need pictures of Arizona or New Mexico, it was just dirt, rocks, and a whole lotta highway
Finally back in Texas from New Mexico now to start reloading starting in El Paso
Racing tonight at El Paso speedway park in texas. Live audio on racinboys to start at 7:30pm cdt. Tomorrow-Southern New Mexico speedway
As far as El Paso goes, there's an abortion facility 12 miles away in New Mexico. Probably warrants a clarification/correction.
We've seen worse: The Compromise of 1850 was a package of five bills passed in the United States in September 1850, which defused a four-year confrontation between the slave states of the South and the free states of the North regarding the status of territories acquired during the Mexican-American War (1846–1848). The compromise, drafted by Whig Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky and brokered by Clay and Democrat Stephen Douglas, avoided secession or civil war and reduced sectional conflict for four years. Map of free and slave states c. 1856 The Compromise was greeted with relief, although each side disliked specific provisions. Texas surrendered its claim to New Mexico, over which it had threatened war, as well as its claims north of the Missouri Compromise Line, transferred its crushing public debt to the federal government, and retained the control over El Paso that it had established earlier in 1850, with the Texas Panhandle (which earlier compromise proposals had detached from Texas) thrown in at the ...
To all the Breaking Bad addicts! This theory gave me chills! (Yes, I'm a nerd! Lol) We all should know that tomorrow's episode is titled "Felina." By Andi Teran, song "El Paso." "Out in the West Texas town of El Paso I fell in love with a Mexican girl. Night-time would find me in Rosa's Cantina; music would play and Felina would whirl." Breaking Bad takes place in Albuquerque, New Mexico, but El Paso was the site of Hank's first brush with the cartels, and his subsequent spiral into Walt's, kingpin darkness. In the song, a cowboy spends his nights in Rosa's Cantina, watching his love, Felina, dance. I've been to Rosa's Cantina. It's a friendly place with cheap shots and a stellar jukebox, but back in the day, it was famously described as a place nice girls don't go. If my hunch is correct, Felina is a metaphor for Walt's double life. As Heisenberg, Walt becomes obsessed with the power and money that being a drug kingpin brings. This power is his "Felina," his weakness. But its backbone is the obsessive (d ...
(And Yet Another) Texas Day by Day Mexico arrests pioneer merchant as a spy September 27, 1846 On this day in 1846, a Mexican justice of the peace in New Mexico arrested James Wiley Magoffin and four others as spies. Magoffin, born in Kentucky in 1799, had moved to Chihuahua, where he became a prominent Santa Fe trader, by 1836. In 1844 Magoffin moved to Missouri. In 1846, during the Mexican War, President James K. Polk instructed him to join Gen. Stephen W. Kearny's expedition to conquer New Mexico. Magoffin caught up with Kearny in late July and helped negotiate the peaceful surrender of Santa Fe. He was en route to Chihuahua to prepare the way for the advance of Col. Alexander W. Doniphan at the time of his arrest. Magoffin spent several months imprisoned in Chihuahua and then Durango. After his release in June 1847, he returned to Missouri and organized another wagontrain, but on his arrival at El Paso del Norte he found that the high Mexican customs duties destroyed any hope of turning a profit. At t ...
Good Morning! Thank you God for another day! I've decided to to do something I haven't done all year, go out of town for the day. I'm going to Silver City, New Mexico. I've traveled that road so many times when I worked and it's not far from El Paso. IF i get to feeling bad, I'll stay the night. I MUST get out of the house. Raymond is working a few hours today so I'll go alone. I know if I start to think about it, I'll put it off, so I want to get away from the city!Yep, sounds like the old Norma has emerged! I pray we all have a great and safe weekend!
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Drive to LA spend some time shopping there 😍😍 then off to Phoenix , then New Mexico then El Paso for the wedding 😌
please guys cone to El Paso, TX or New Mexico !!
Santa Teresa HS in New Mexico. In the border with El Paso,TX and Juarez, Mexico. yet only NM is in School
Scimmage against UTEP Tuesday then in El Paso next Saturday against New Mexico Prep. Long week ahead of me..
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Have to say a few things about the trip. First, I was totally impressed with New Mexico. The mountains and even the arid desert of the southern half of the state was truly enchanting. The White Sands area was stunning. It's a hidden treasure for sure. I definitely look forward to our next NM trip to explore more of the state. Also, I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by El Paso. I have always heard negative things, but it was so much more than I expected. I would go back anytime and would love to see more of the city. Even though our border is at war and one should be alert in that area, the people were all warm and welcoming. Plus, as easy as it was to fly with sidearms, you can bring a few for peace of mind. You know I did! So overall, if you haven't visited El Paso or New Mexico, put it on your list. You'll surely enjoy the trip.
CEO works to make El Paso-New Mexico region an economic powerhouse - El Paso Times
Unfortunately we were unable to lock in an Albuquerque show for tonight. We sent emails, made phone calls, and even went into some of the venues to ask and everything was booked or not metal, So we got back onto the road heading for El Paso,TX. We sincerely apologize to our New Mexico fans and we promise to be back soon! Thanks for all your support!
Shelby says it better than I ever could-- "This image is beyond depressing for many reasons. Those five dots represent the only providers in this entire state who would still be able to provide safe and legal abortion in Texas. These are all concentrated in the major urban areas of Texas that are closer to the Eastern/Northern/Central parts of Texas. El Paso is an urban area, but it would not be spared by SB 5. I look at home and think of the rest of West Texas. The Panhandle. The Valley. All of these have a significant distance from a clinic that would be able to remain open. In Texas, the clinic closest to El Paso is about an 8 hour drive away. You're better off going to Albuquerque, New Mexico, (avoiding our state completely) which is still about four hours away. Looking at El Paso and the Valley, how could a woman living on the border be able to overcome all of these barriers? Only if you're privileged enough. Only if you have enough money. If you haven't read it yet, please read this article from the ...
Countdown begins now! 11 days until our much awaited Road Trip to California! Call me the Brave Tia or just the Best Fun Tia for taking 4 boys/nephews ages, 10, 11, 12 and Ike 14 with me being the solo adult. Itinerary as follows; Pack the rental van, get on the road by 6:00 am. First stop, will be in or around Lubbock where I will make the kids taste the dirt I and their parents work on from 5:00 am to 6:00 pm hoeing cotton as kids ourselves! lol... then the fun will begin. Second stop, Aztec Caves in El Paso (Hotel and Sleep), then just drive by the San Andres National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico, for our final Albuquerque Biological Park then (Hotel and Sleep), wake up and head towards Tombstone in Arizona then follow Goldfield Ghost Town and scare the kids to death! (just kidding parents if your reading this lol)... It's after all of this that we head to our Desired Destination! San Diego California! LegoLand, Disney Land, Sea World, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, USS Midway and of course Mission Beach ...
View from the deck at the condo here in New Mexico. Tee time this afternoon is at 1:00 at the Links of Sierra Blanca. Tomorrow afternoon at Inn of the Mountain Gods, Tuesday and Wednesday back to the Links and then Thursday at Butterfield Trails in El Paso.
Day 29: Ally here. Yesterday was hot and it made me cranky. We drove through the Guadalupe Mountains National Park again and between the heat, the mountain drive and the very high winds, the truck overheated...again. We had to stop to let the truck cool down so we just went to the Visitors' Center and found out that there's dry camping there. No RV hookups, but there is water available. So, dad is thinking that maybe we'll stop there sometime and spend the night. It sure is pretty and there are mountain lions there too! I'm not sure if I want to see one of those. I've been to a place where there were big wild cats and I didn't like it at all. Anyway, this will give us another option between El Paso and Lubbock, especially since the RV park in Carlsbad is a no-go. When we got closer to El Paso, we saw the flying saucer house again. It's so cool and dad wishes that he remembered it so he could have slowed down and taken a picture of it. Oh well, maybe next time. Dad had a couple of guys come out ...
Today Jacob and I took my mom and Chris Logsdon to Cloudcroft, Alamogordo, and White Sands, New Mexico. Cloudcroft is a wonderful city that is 9000 ft above sea level. It is so mountainous there. I love the trees and grass. Since it is so high up, the temperatures are about 15 degrees cooler than El Paso. Alamogordo had a pistachio store. They raise these nuts in this area. I bought a few bags of them. White Sands is almost like being on a beach. This was the first time Jacob has played in the sand. He had so much fun that he didn't want to leave. This is the world's largest gypsum dune field. Hope everyone enjoys the pictures from the day.
UOPX New Mexico on Livestream. Live webcast of the Undergraduate and Graduate Commencement Ceremonies held in El Paso, Texas on February 11, 2012 for the University of Phoenix New Mexico Campus. Business Programs Ceremony is at 10am MST All Other Programs Ceremony is at 2pm MST - Watch live streamin...
Our View: Remembering what Memorial Day is all about Posted: 05/27/2013 01:45:09 AM MDT It's difficult to find any adult American who does not have a relative or close friend who is or has been a member of the U.S. Armed Forces. Today, as we observe Memorial Day, our troops remain in harm's way in the Middle East, and have been for more than a decade. Those in retirement age, or close to it, lived through Vietnam, a conflict fought mainly in the 1960s. And there are still some among us who fought, or knew a fighter, in Korea in the early 1950s or in World War II in the mid-1940s. You've got to be pretty up there in age to remember World War I. In Southern New Mexico and El Paso, where it's said there are some 70,000-plus veterans residing, Memorial Day takes on special significance — and this year a special sadness. In this month alone, eight soldiers who had been recently stationed at Fort Bliss were killed in two separate combat incidents in Afghanistan. Closer to home, the April welcome-home ceremo . ...
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More than 70 El Paso firefighters plus firefighters from New Mexico are still fighting a wind-spread brush fire in the Upper Valley.
From our wall via Kati: Looking for camp grounds/state parks relatively close to El Paso. Can be in New Mexico, I wouldn't mind driving a couple hours if it's worth it. We are from Michigan, and are missing the fishing, camping, outdoors a lot. I know of the Balmorhea State Park, but not too familiar with the area, or anything around El Paso. TIA via Jillian: Can anyone recommend a place to get cupcakes on Sundays? via Ashley: Does anybody know of any houses that will be up for rent in September on the East Side off Edgemere/Tierras area? 3 bedrooms please Thank you!! via Laura: I am curious how safe the Logan heights area is I will be moving there shortly and have heard a lot of bad things anything to ease my mind
Our sister, family member, friend, Elaine Marcela Jewell has passed away due to complications from health issues. Rosary will be recited Friday May 24th, 7:00PM at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church, 400 W Sunset Rd, El Paso, TX, 79922. Marcela’s life will be celebrated through Mass on Saturday, May 25th, 10:30 am at San Jose Parish in La Mesa, New Mexico. Interment will follow at the La Mesa Cemetery with a reception for family and friends at the San Jose Parish Hall. In lieu of flowers, a college scholarship fund has been created for Marcela’s daughter Hailey Jewell. Checks should be made payable to: Ella Dixon, c/o Hailey Jewell Scholarship 17918 Doty Avenue, Torrance California, 90504 The Family would like to thank everyone for your support during this difficult time and request that in honor of Marcela please consider adding your name to the National Marrow Donor Program at www.marrow.org, and to also consider donating blood or platelets. If you need more information, please contact Chris Carrasc .. ...
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Last evening in Arizona ~ been fun ... 41 pict.'s ~ next stop blasting thru New Mexico on my way to El Paso, TX mañana
Deep in the heart of Texas/Mexico/New Mexico. Kicking it in old El Paso.
New Mexico's Steve Alford will be new UCLA basketball coach - El Paso Times
Good luck at Bataan Death March in New Mexico with Paul this weekend! Stay away from the cartel & Gus Fring in El Paso.
always I was on the white Sands Missile Range base in New Mexico smh El Paso was like 45 mins hwy!! Fort Bliss was cool tho
Texas is the second most populous and the second-largest of the 50 states in the United States of America, and the largest state in the 48 contiguous United States. Located in the South Central United States,[9] Texas shares an international border with the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas to the south, and borders the U.S. states of New Mexico to the west, Oklahoma to the north, Arkansas to the northeast and Louisiana to the east. Texas has an area of 268,820 square miles (696,200 km2), and a growing population of 26.1 million residents.[10] Houston is the largest city in Texas and the fourth-largest in the United States, while San Antonio is the second largest in the state and seventh largest in the United States. Dallas–Fort Worth and Greater Houston are the fourth and fifth largest United States metropolitan areas, respectively. Other major cities include El Paso and Austin—the state capital. Texas is nicknamed the Lone Star State to signify Texas as a former indep ...
Day 54 of Dotner -- Ramona Shake Zilligen & I are off to El Paso, TX. The idea is to ride about 300 miles east along the Mexican border via Hwy 9. The temp was 40 degrees when we left at 9:00 on Saturday morning and the sky was bright with sunshine and very little wind. We rode east to Bisbee and on to Douglas, AZ. From there, we headed northeast on Hwy 80 into New Mexico. After passing through Rodeo, the two HOGS rumbled east on Hwy 9, all the way across and into Texas at El Paso. This leg of the journey ended up being 292 miles and without a doubt the "Song of the Ride" was "Born in the USA" by Bruce Springsteen. I heard it early and it stuck with me all day. Along the way we stopped in Animas, Hachita and Columbus, NM. You'll find some pics of places and Historical markers in today's "Picture Portfolio" and some new "333" pics as well. At one of our stops I read a message from a follower that set my mind in motion. The note read something like, "By now you're realizing just how boring Hwy 9 can ...
Not the most miles this time around, but New Mexico has been super interesting, especially the latter half of the week. Scroll down to watch this weeks video, it was a lot of fun to make. Day 92: El Paso. Following on from the previous post, spent the day exploring El Paso, which is an awesomely col...
Just over a year ago, a group of Colorado Sheriffs took up an offer from our fellow Sheriffs in New Mexico to visit the US-Mexican border in New Mexico. We spent three days meeting, discussing border safety concerns and actually touring up to the border, through the desert on ATVs. Our host Sheriff was Todd Garrison of Dona Ana County. However, there were over a dozen other NM Sheriffs in attendance and participating. We didn't focus much on illegal immigration itself, but more on border violence and the crime that emanates throughout our states because of border issues. One of the more telling observations that was shared relates to the violence that exists in Ciudad de Juarez, just across the border from Las Cruces and El Paso. Juarez is a city of 1.5 million people. In 2010, they had over 3,000 murders. (If Colorado had the same rate, we would have lost 10,000 people to murder in a single year instead of the ~130 we had that year). We asked the Sheriffs what risk they saw of the cartels exporting that ...
Thank you so much Chapin High School you all RULED! We had a blast in El Paso! We had some rad tacos at Chicos Tacos El Paso Tx now on to Albuquerque, New Mexico! P.S. I'm Loving the south west's mexican food SO GO :) -Lee Make sure all you radical kids from Chapin post your pictures and tag Life After Liftoff !
I still work for Mesilla Valley Transportation out of Las Cruces, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas. Things are going well. I have been there over a year now. They really like me. I am a prankster. They talk about me when I am not there. I could not be happier.
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It ain't just Linn County in our state (Oregon). Check out this letter out of Otero County, New Mexico (near El Paso and Las Cruces).
LJI Friends and Family, Please read and share with others. for a healthy, sustainable and clean Nuevo Mexico. Editor’s note: This special feature is the latest installment in our series on government and the low-income border communities in New Mexico called colonias. Today’s piece examines the issue of lead and arsenic contamination in Sunland Park, a low-income, predominantly Spanish-speaking and immigrant community bordering Mexico in the southern part of Dona Ana County. This story was made possible in part by a grant from the Fund for Investigative Journalism. January 22, 2013 FNS Special Feature Lead, Arsenic Contamination in Sunland Park In the U.S.-Mexico border town of Sunland Park, New Mexico, lead and arsenic contamination is a legacy that’s been passed down through the generations. Federal and state environmental authorities have long identified the shut-down Asarco smelter in neighboring El Paso, Texas, which operated for more than a century, as the likely source of much of the pollu .. ...
Looked at a map of Ft. Bliss in El Paso, Texas, which is currently where Aaron and I will be moving to this fall, and I saw that in New Mexico, there is a city called Deming, a little over 100 miles away... Looks like we won't be far from home at all :)
Rolling thru El Paso heading to New Mexico... This place does not participate in the clean air plan.Lol!!
Crusading El Paso newspaper folds January 12, 1886 On this day in 1886, pugnacious editor Simeon Newman folded the El Paso Lone Star. Newman, born in Kentucky in 1846, went to New Mexico as a schoolteacher in 1866. In 1871 he became an apprentice newspaperman at the Las Vegas (New Mexico) Weekly Mail and bought the paper only six weeks later. Newman, as a twenty-five-year-old editor-in-chief, had to learn the trade by himself. He spent ten turbulent years in New Mexico fighting against the "Santa Fe Ring." In 1881 several El Paso businessmen paid him $1,000 to move his paper and rename it the Lone Star. El Paso already had two other newspapers, the Times and the Herald, but Newman, a staunch Methodist and Democrat, was a reformer, strong-willed, irascible, acerbic, and libel-prone, and he chose "Hew to the line, let the chips fall where they may" for the Lone Star's motto. In his editorials he attacked the tinhorn gamblers, saloon keepers, gunmen, and other undesirables who had flocked to El Paso with the ...
In 1846, at the beginning of the Mexican-American War Doniphan became colonel of the 1st Regiment of Missouri Mounted Volunteers, and served in several campaigns, including General Stephen W. Kearny's capture of Santa Fe and an invasion of northern Mexico (present day Northern New Mexico). After Santa Fe was secure, Kearny left Doniphan in charge in New Mexico, and departed towards California on September 25, 1846.[10] Doniphan's orders were to wait until General Sterling Price arrived with the Second Missouri Mounted Volunteers, who were coming from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; after they arrived he was to lead them to Chihuahua via El Paso, Texas. They were to link up with the Brigadier General John E. Wool, who was moving southwest from San Antonio, Texas toward Guerrero and Monclova, Coahuila, to attack Monterrey, Nuevo León from the west. Kearny had known that the Navajo people were going on the war path. With the Spanish gone, the Navajos wanted to test these new American soldiers; hence, as Doniphan ...
Revista Católica relocates to El Paso January 06, 1918 On this day in 1918, Revista Católica, a Catholic newspaper and publishing house, relocated to new quarters at 1407 East Third Street in El Paso. Originally founded in Albuquerque, New Mexico, by Italian Jesuit Donato M. Gasparri, the newspaper operated in El Paso from 1918 to 1958. For many years Revista Católica was the sole Catholic weekly in Spanish in the Western Hemisphere. The press published a variety of religious materials that circulated throughout the American Southwest, Latin America, and widely overseas before it ceased operation in 1958. Related Handbook Articles: REVISTA CATOLICA CATHOLIC JOURNALISM NEWSPAPERS EL PASO, TX
What I learned after a week long Road Trip to Texas with my kids (and two of their friends): 1. My SUV is too small for 5. Or 4. Or 3. Or 2. 2. ALL pop radio is way overplayed. 3. These trips always cost more than you think... 4. It snows in El Paso. Really. 5. The Hill Country of West Texas is beautiful- for the first hour. But after five hours of it, not so special. diminishing returns. 6. Texas is HUGE. 7. Driving through New Mexico at night is as interesting as driving through New Mexico during the day. 8. It might have been a weather balloon in 1947 Roswell. hm. 9. My daughter is very easy going- she did not threaten to kill her brother until the last day. 10. My son is very witty and funny- sarcastic and smart mouthed, too. 11- Traveling with my kids is one of the greatest joys in life. Thanks to God for the chance!-
Situated at the intersection of Texas, Mexico and New Mexico, El Paso is a city with a distinct flavor.
MY POST/DEDICATION TO SHARPIE, -Dear Sharpie, I love you!! My name is Daniel Roberts and I am from a small city called Las Cruces, NM. I have submitted my entire portfolio to you about 6 months back, and got included with the Sharpie Music Video featuring California Wives. I want to sponsor your Sharpie and do so much more with my work and yours. I am celebrating my graduation because yesterday received my Associates degree in Business Management !! With your inspirational product, I have been able to create my art. All of my pieces are 100% Sharpie! I have developed over 45 pieces, and sold majority of all of them. I only have 12 hanging in my house now. With my SharpieArt, I have been able to participate in 7 different local art shows in both New Mexico and in El Paso, Texas. I have developed as an artist over the years and learned how to manipulate the ink into a world of my imagination. I just wanted to say thank you so much for helping me truly find myself. With Sharpie, I have been able to express m ...
When Rita Leaves Delbert McClinton, Nothing Personal She left a lipstick letter on the mirror shattered on the bathroom floor. All I could put back together was '...never see me no more.' Took all her clothes but one red dress, the one she knows I like the best. All I could do was clean up the mess and wonder where she had gone. I had a sky-blue, ragtop Mustang, 1964. She drove it off into the night til it just wouldn't go no more. She caught a ride on into town, Bought some gas and laid the top down, Then she burned that pony to the ground On the desert in New Mexico. When Rita leaves, Rita's gone. She thinks she gave me Every chance a man could want. I've never known a love so strong Or so crazy when she's been done wrong. When Rita leaves, Rita's gone. I put a call in to her Mamasita, Back in El Paso. She said she got the story from Rita All the way from Mexico. Her mama knew I was takin' it hard; Said she was sorry about my car. She said, 'You're lucky all she broke was your heart. You better just let ...
Would like to share a video with you about my mom, that past recently. This is off the Ballard Funeral Home site in Roswell, New Mexico. Howard and I in Roswell right now with my sister Loretta. Following is the Obituary. My sister Loretta wrote the Obituary. This gives a photo insight into to my family on my mom's side. I am happy to share this with you. Video Link: copy and paste.. Montoya of Roswell, NM went home to be with our Lord on Sunday, November 19, 2012 at 5:50 a.m. prepared and at peace. Sophie was born on March 30, 1914 in Mazapil, Zacatecas, Mexico to Mariano Flores, Sr. and Ventura Ramirez. The eldest daughter of thirteen children, Sophie came to Roswell when she was five years old and began attending school at East Grand Plains. She loved Roswell and made it her lifelong home. On February 28, 1940, Sophie married John Pacheco Montoya of Tinnie, NM and the couple remained wed for 26 years. During their marriage, Sophie and John adopted two children, Loretta Ann Montoya and Johnnie Flores M ...
Wow, the sun is shining in New Mexico, deuces up to sis May Lauofo Lozano who is rested here, RIL! 1 hour & 45 mins to go! Hope my sibz who arrived yesterday have Thanksgiving breakfast ready! *ahem* Lol!. TYJ, almost to El Paso!
God Reveals Himself Know this day, and consider it in your heart, that the Lord Himself is God in heaven above and on the earth beneath; there is no other (Deuteronomy 4:39, New King James Version). Scripture: Deuteronomy 4:32-40 Song: “Thou, Whose Almighty Word” When we were married, my husband, Fred, worked as a service technician for a large copy machine company. One morning when he arrived at the office to get his assignments for the day, someone he’d never seen before approached him and asked what his territory was. Fred explained his area, a large one covering part of El Paso, Texas, and going into New Mexico. The man nodded and said, “I’d like to ride with you today.” Who was this man, and what gave him the right to invite himself along for the day? There was fierce competition among the copy machine companies, and some companies would send spies to try to steal information from the other companies. However, the local manager explained that this was the vice-president of Fred’s ...
Israel: Where Reality Gets a Pass Reuters: El Paso, TX, November 16, 2012. Today, President Barack Obama declared a Federal State of Emergency for Texas in response to Governor Rick Perry’s request, as a result of continued shelling of El Paso and surrounding cities from Juarez, Mexico. Residents along the Texas/New Mexico corridor have been under unceasing rocket and mortar attacks from Juarez since 2001, with over 13 killed and millions of dollars in property damage sustained. Fort Bliss Military Base, east of El Paso, has been shelled unabated during this entire period. Repeated calls to the Mexican Government by Governor Perry and Presidents Obama, and President George W. Bush from the previous Administration have gone unheeded. Occasional retaliatory targeted strikes on terrorist targets over this time period by the U.S. military have invited world condemnation and calls for peace and restraint from both sides. In the meanwhile, major employers in the area have closed businesses out of security con ...
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Headed back to San Diego. Great week in the border region. El Paso, Juarez, New Mexico, Sierra Vista and Tucson. Time to see the family!
For my cousins who love Uncle Nick .. enjoy what Christine has written about him. Christine Marin About Nick Rayes of Globe-Happy 90th Birthday today, Nov. 4, 2012-(Source: History of Globe, Ariz. ..By Donna Anderson. Published by Classic Day Publishing in 2007)—While the last name is spelled Rais or Rayes, the different branches of this prominent Globe family were cousins & all originated in -Lebanon. In 1906, George W. Rayes, along with two cousins, Joe & Mike Rais, left El Paso to get away from the turmoil in Mexico which had claimed the life of a cousin, Jacob Rais. They headed for Douglas, Az, but found they were still on the border, so they decided to come to Globe. They came by wagon, sold wares along the way, crossed New Mexico into Arizona. They arrived in Globe, followed the merchant trade & searched for a building in which to establish their trade. They found a buil ding near the Pinal creek, on north Broad Street, near Yuma Street. It was here where Joe & Mike opened up the first Rais Brothe ...
El Paso personal-injury lawyer Michael J. Gopin was arrested Tuesday afternoon on a fugitive warrant out of New Mexico, El Paso police said.
New Mexico Industrial Park NW of El Paso, Texas, where 200 sickened by fumes ...
Good Sunday morning from Ozone, Tx on our way west. Hope to pass thru El Paso this morning, and most of New Mexico. I'll give an later.p
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Texas, My Texas... Texas has it all!! Texas is a big place. It's nearly 880 miles from the Louisiana border near Orange to the New Mexico border near El Paso, and nearly 500 miles from the Oklahoma border north of Dallas to the Mexican border in Laredo. That size gives the state a tremendous amount of diversity. A hot, humid sub-tropical climate in the Valley yields to a varying Midwest climate, complete with snow, in Amarillo. There are Piney Woods in East Texas, desert in West Texas, and plains, prairies, and the Hill Country in between. The state has some of the nation's biggest metropolitan areas and some of its most desolate ranges. With this size and diversity, a large and rapidly growing population, a booming economy, an increasing role in international trade, and its overwhelming dependence on the automobile, Texas cannot help but have the nation's biggest, most well-developed highway system with nearly 80,000 miles of state-maintained roads.
Remember that bonehead referee that made the bad call for a winning touchdown a few weeks back? I just heard he was in a private lottery to win $2,000,000 in Silver City, New Mexico. On the way, an angry taxicab driver left him stranded in a desert, but he luckily found a bus full of Lucy Ricardo impersonators on their way to El Paso, so he pretended to be the new driver and hijacked the bus. Unfortunately, the bus hit a flying cow, got a flat tire, fell off the jack onto its side and he confessed that he was not the real bus driver. He then stole a horse and rode it bareback the last fifteen miles to Silver City. Crazy story, huh?
I'm going to the "La Vina" Wine Festival in La Union, New Mexico (near El Paso, Texas). Great views of the mountains, live jazz music, lots of wine, great food, and plenty of sunshine.
The Interagency Council will meet Wednesday, October 10, 2012 from 12 noon to 1 pm at the Housing Authority Conference Room, 926 S. San Pedro (west of Mesquite and south of Lohman – just west of Munson Senior Center) in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The major presenter will be Ryan Steinmetz, Director of the Border Servant Corps. The Border Servant Corps is a ministry of Peace Lutheran Church in Las Cruces, NM. It was started in 1997 by Dot Quaintance, a retired member of Peace Lutheran who wanted to bring a volunteer service program to the border region after participating in the Urban Servant Corps, serving in Denver, Colorado. The BSC Volunteers, who are also AmeriCorps members, come from all over the country and internationally to serve along the US/Mexico border in Las Cruces, NM and El Paso, Texas. Participants agree to live by four basic tenets during their year of service: working for Social Justice, exploring Spirituality, living Simply, and living in intentional Community. In addition to their m ...
Of particular interest were scientists specializing in aerodynamics and rocketry (such as those involved in the V-1 and V-2 projects), chemical weapons, chemical reaction technology and medicine. These scientists and their families were secretly brought to the United States, without State Department review and approval; their service for Hitler's Third Reich, NSDAP and SS memberships as well as the classification of many as war criminals or security threats also disqualified them from officially obtaining visas. An aim of the operation was capturing equipment before the Soviets came in. The US Army destroyed some of the German equipment to prevent it from being captured by the advancing Soviet Army. The majority of the scientists, numbering almost 500, were deployed at White Sands Proving Ground, New Mexico, Fort Bliss, Texas and Huntsville, Alabama to work on guided missile and ballistic missile technology. This in turn led to the foundation of NASA and the US ICBM program. On June 20, 1945, U.S. Secreta ...
I hate that most of you younger guys did not get a chance to meet many of the forefathers of BBC and the BBFI. Most of the West Texas/New Mexico men were first generation Christians who came from a rough life style and were changed by Jesus Christ and called into ministry. Men like M. O. Garner, Howard Ingram, Curtis Goldman, Charlie Yates and my good friend Johnny Morgan. Johnny was saved and called through Howard Ingram and the Tabernacle Baptist in Roswell, New Mexico. J. C. Joiner, Charlie Yates, Cecil Wagner, *** Cunningham and many other young men came from that church and the air base in Roswell. Johnny and Audrey came to BBC in the 50's. He pastored in Nixa and was class speaker when he graduated. Then, he and Audrey came to El Paso, his home town and began what was the Trowbridge Street Baptist Church. It is now two location moves from that beginning, is now called Cielo Vista church and runs over 2,500 each Sunday. Johnny, in his 80's is still on staff there. He is one of my heros! In t ...
The shuttle, riding piggy-back on a specially-outfitted 747, landed at Edwards Air Force Base outside Los Angeles after a cross-country trip that began in Florida, with stops in Houston and El Paso, before lazily zig-zagging its way across the New Mexico landscape.
My bags are packed... getting ready to fly out to the West Texas town of El Paso! My concert there is on Sunday, plus two in New Mexico tomorrow and Friday. Then I go from the desert to the mountains for three concerts in the Northwest next week!
Habitat for Humanity is EXIT Realty's choice of charities. Every commission paid at closing has a portion set aside for Habitat for Humanity. Las Cruces, New Mexico, was the site for the cooperative build for the year 2009. On October 28, 2008, Laura Jaramillo and her family were thrilled to break ground on the newest part of their future together: a new home! An army of EXIT Realty associates arrived from here in Las Cruces, some from as far away as Roswell and Albuquerque, NM, some from El Paso, Texas, as well as the group of volunteers with Habitat for Humanity for a "Blitz Week". We gathered that October morning, with Laura and her family, to literally " raise the roof" on her new home. By the end of that week, the walls were up, roof was on, windows installed, and framing for interior walls had begun. Many busy hands make for huge progress toward a common goal. Laura's goal: giving her family the foundation of a stable home, a place to gather and feel safe and protected. Laura has been disab ...
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I am here at El Paso Texas after to drive about 800 hundreds miles just today. I left this morning towar Santa Fe, New Mexico from El Paso and I am looking forward to speaking tomorrow at El Sembrador UB Church in the morning. Yesterday I was officiating at a pastoral dedication meeting for Pastors, Maria and Raul Espinoza from Ciudad Juerez Mexico at El Sambrador UB Church. God is blessing our ministry in this three areas: Texas, New Mexico and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. All the Glory is for our Lord Jesu.
Thanks all you lovely people who came up to us yesterday after the show at Tricky Falls in El Paso. It was such a great night to kick off the the support tour for the BRILLIANT Twin Shadow! Today we drove through the whole of New Mexico and tomorrow we´ll do a show in Denver, Colorado. See u! /Niki
Games in El Paso and New Mexico means the school week is over!! No here!😁⚽✈
going to El Paso tonight then New Mexico! I should be able to text tonight or tomorrow morning. holla
Thanks to those supporting here in El Paso and New Mexico- President Obama.
El Paso woman dies in I-25 crash near Socorro, NM A 42-year-old El Paso woman was killed late Monday night when the car she was riding in was hit by an alleged drunken driver going the wrong way on Interstate 25 near Socorro, N.M., state police said Tuesday. New Mexico State Police said Bertha Sanchez died in the three-vehicle collision that occurred at 10:30 on I-25 seven miles south of Socorro. Police said Reyes Duran, 21, of Socorro, was driving a Cadillac north in the southbound lanes when he hit a Honda. After the impact, the Cadillac stopped in the middle of the southbound lanes and was hit by a van. Sanchez, who was a passenger in the Honda, died at the scene. Three people in the Honda were taken to Socorro General Hospital, and one person in critical but stable condition was flown to the University of New Mexico hospital in Albuquerque. Police said two passengers in the van had minor injuries and were taken to El Paso. Duran had minor injuries, police said. He was treated at a hospital in Socorro ...
Its 6am im in New Mexico *** imigration woke us up out of El Paso now off to AZ
Close to El Paso. Stopping in New Mexico for sleep. Stop in Phoenix to visit Uncle Bill in the hospital, hopefully cheer him up. Then into Cali!
While looking at the weather map, I'm pointing to the rain on the map and tell her that the rain is in Mexico. Lauren~"It's raining in El Paso." Me~"No. It's raining in Mexico and New Mexico." Then I point to an area in Texas "And this is Texas." Lauren~"Mom! That's not right. This is Texas. This is New Mexico. And this is Old Mexico. Don't you know?" Me~. "I stand corrected."
El Paso, TX near the border of New Mexico.
A Plano detective described information he obtained from Terrance Black's cell phone. Black is being tried for the murder of Plano Pilates instructor Susan Loper. Plano Police detective Jeff Rich testified he extracted text messages and calendar information from Black's iPhone. Several dates had countdowns by day. On November 29, 2009, Black wrote "lost her again.". One month later, he wrote, " Lost her again. God must help.". On another calendar entry, Black wrote, "I'm gone. God failed me. God never answered any prayers for me." In several entries, Black wrote "smoker". Prosecutor John Shamburger asked the detective if that could be short for "smoke her", referring to killing someone. Rich replied, "yes". A cell phone expert testified Black was in North Texas the morning of the murder. His phone was tracked from Fort Worth to Abiline to El Paso to New Mexico and finally to Arizona.
Just finished breakfast in El Paso with our friend Billy, who coincidentally is in El Paso for business, and we are back on the road and into New Mexico!!
Drove from the California border through Arizona and New Mexico to El Paso. Good to be back in Texas, cant wait to get home!
Thanks to FOOD FIRST for permission to reprint this article which was originally found in the January/February, 1987 edition of the La Montanita Food Co-op Newsletter in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Later this article was reprinted in the Paso Del Norte Food Co-op's May, 1987 newsletter in El Paso, Texas. The material presented below is intended to complement the discussion concerning problems with science. It's not meant as a critique of those who use quantitative methods. Rather, "What is Hunger" is included to highlight the idea that the research method chosen has significant impact on the type of questions one might ask as well as the conclusions one might draw. Despite a year of heightened attention to famine in Africa and huge amounts of donated food, millions of people on that continent are still starving. This is hunger in its acute form, but there is another form. It is less visible. It is the chronic, day-in, day-out hunger afflicting as many as 800-million people. While chronic hunger rarely make ...
Home sweet home. Bed sweet bed. Feels gr8 to be back home. After so many days on the road. I'm ready to sleep. Wanted to thank my tios from El Paso (Blas n Ciria) for always openning there doors for us. Next on the list my fam in New Mexico. My madrina, padrino and my sis Paty Perez. Also my tios Alejandro and Juanita Salazar. Love you all. Gracias x todo..
Beautiful morning in El Paso, Texas! New Mexico bound 2 get info on our Mescalero/Apache Indian roots
People forget that it is the "movie business" so it doesn't surprise me that Bless Mi Ultima is premiering in El Paso. A premier in New Mexico would not give the producers a true reading if the film will be excepted by a mass market. Given this approach they probably do not have a final cut.
Heading 40 miles west of El Paso tomorrow to look for the remains of an abandoned airway beacon that I discovered on an old map. It is supposed to be located just south of Guzman’s Lookout Mountain in southwestern Dona Ana County, New Mexico. Not sure if anything remains, but it should be a fun outing. We plan on taking mostly back roads along the border fenceline. We will also visit other sites such as Mount Riley (abandoned railroad town), the Potrillo marr (volcanic formation), Malpais (another abandoned railroad town)
Finally getting the *** out of El Paso and heading to the White Sands National Park in New Mexico :)
Driving to El Paso *** New Mexico has got to be the most boring state ever.
Nothing Better than Roasted Green Chile from Hatch, New Mexico.. Hatch is about 2 hour drive from El Paso. www.BigNewMexico.com
El Paso is being billed as a perfect venue for the world premiere of the film version of New Mexico writer Rudolfo Anaya
Having a blast on vacation in El Paso. Went to the HardRock Hotel and Casino in New Mexico yesterday and yes I won some. Going to Fort Bliss today to check out the museum and I think we will spend the rest of the day at the pool. Happy 4th of July!!!
Long trip to OKC with mom-to-be and two dogs. Supposed to bail on I-40 in New Mexico tomorrow and drive south to El Paso alongside the White Sands Missile Range. Hope everyone is shooting straight tomorrow.
Just learned that our good friends, Marco & Betty Sanchez who were pastoring one of our Hispanic churches while we were in El Paso, lost most of their belongings in the fire that destroyed Bonita Park Camp in New Mexico a couple of weeks ago. Praying for everyone who is experiencing loss in their life, today.
Big Bend Country is the most remote part of the state, but arguably the most beautiful. Hailed as one of America’s largest national parks, Big Bend National Park covers more than 800,000 acres along the Rio Grande River in West Texas. In addition to the region’s two national parks – Big Bend and Guadalupe Mountain National Park – visitors will discover old forts, abandoned mining camps, quirky historic towns and luxurious ranch resorts. El Paso is at the western tip of the state, where Mexico, New Mexico and Texas meet. It’s a blend of the Wild West, colorful Mexico and the heritage of Native Americans. In Odessa, visitors can see a 550-foot meteor crater, the result of a barrage of meteors crashing to the earth 20,000 to 30,000 years ago.
Did you notice a little difference temperature wise from yesterday’s blistering 105º? We had a “Not So Cool” Front push in today keeping us just shy of the triple digit mark. More importantly these easterly winds are carrying in extra humidity to help keep us in this range and help fire off a few mainly mountain isolated storms. The skies will be mostly fair tonight with breezy range winds, a little stronger on the west side and a low of 72º. Friday will be mostly sunny with breezy category southeasterly winds and a more seasonal high of 96º. There may be a couple evening storms firing off close to east El Paso County A large upper level ridge of high pressure is currently tracking from the Baja of California towards Northern New Mexico. This high is keeping most of the clouds from forming over us and area storms just to the east of El Paso. I will give you a complete look at the forecast tonight at 5, 6 and 10 PM on NewsChannel 9
Yay! Almost out of New Mexico head to El Paso. I don't think I have only taken 600 photos in any other state I've been in!
Gordon Currie (my dad) My father came into my life when I was 3 1/2 years old. He welcomed me with open arms. Not once did I ever doubt I was is daughter. I remember him in his Army Jeep driving up to our apartment in Munich, Germany. I sat at that window all day waiting for him to come. He would pick me up and I was in heaven. My dad married my mother when I was 4 1/2 and he soon brought us to the United States. I met his family, who lived on Staten Island, NY, which was country still, with farms. No child was as lucky as I was to be a part of a small, but wonderful family. I could also write about how they too accepted me. My father stayed in the service and we traveled a lot. He taught me to look and be aware of the world around me. I remember at 5 spotting my first hawk circling the sky in El Paso, Texas. Seeing an American Indian woman with a papoose strapped to her back, walking Along The Road in New Mexico. I remember, us taking a trip through the desert and after my father had driven all ...
I guess wearing a New York Giants Jersey from El Paso, TX thru New Mexico raises a lot of eyebrows, LMAO.and oh yea, at the Border Patrol checkpoint.if they are only gonna ask me if i am a "US Citizen" and not verify it with my ID, why do we have Border Patrol, LOL.SMH!!
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I was out in El Paso aka Fort Bliss so I understand. I went out once nd looked up and I was in New Mexico lol
Circle K’s success in the convenience retailing industry spans more than 60 years. Our roots trace back to 1951 when Fred Hervey purchased three Kay’s Food Stores in El Paso, Texas. Later, he grew the Circle K chain into neighboring New Mexico and Arizona. During the next few decades, Circle K gre...
The NEBA meeting will be at our regular time of 7:45am Tuesday June 5, 2012. Lets support NEBA members - buy breakfast!!! We will meet at our new meeting location of: Casa Rentals 9526 Dyer Street El Paso, TX 79924 (915) 751-0770 Casa Rentals is located on Dyer right next to Wendy’s just north of the corner of Dyer and Sanders. Our guest speaker is: Dr. Linda Velasquez of Presidio Pediatrics, 9740 Dyer # 112: Dr. Velasquez, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.A.P., was born in Corpus Christi, is Bilingual, has licenses in Texas, New Mexico and California. She is a UTEP Graduate with a BS in Medical Technology, went to Graduate School at UCLA and went to Medical School at the University of California, San Diego. She works and is very invloved with Pediatrics with Children and Families. She has a long history of experience, leadership and community involvement and she recently opened a new office in Northeast.
Our favorite is this jalapeno-honey mustard for glazing ham, on sandwiches, or on anything grilled. Features fresh jalapenos from New Mexico and Desert Blossom honey fused into a smooth, irresistible combination.All natural No ...
In Las Cruces, New Mexico. Stopped to eat real quick. Last stop before we get to El Paso.
Gangland: The Rise of the Mexican Drug Cartels from El Paso to Vancouver: A frightening look at Mexico's new pow...
How much more can this area get screwed up? Juarez, Mexico- El Paso, Texas- Sunland Park, New Mexico- All three cities under investigation for corruption in government! FBI keeping busy over here. Boy am I proud!
(11:30 a.m. update) Las Cruces - One person was killed and two others were taken by helicopter to El Paso hospitals after an accident along Westside Road and Vinton Road, just inside the New Mexico State line in southern Dona Ana County.
In case anyone is wondering I'm currently in New Mexico and will be for a while. My phone does not work here so FB is the only way to attempt to get ahold of me. I should be back in time for Project Text. Love to all who deserve it! There will be pics of Rose and Theo's wedding later. (The original Revolutions Co-founder and one of my best high school friends, for those who remember and care.) The wedding was beautiful, everyone behaved well. The families got along wonderfully. The decorations were classy and well done. The food was actually good and I baked and decorated the wedding cake (which was by all accounts both delicious and pretty). Gustavo DJ'd for them with one of the Revolutions portable sound systems. He also was able to be booked to play El Paso on the way, which was really cool. We visited the lava fields and White Sands and saw the VLA. I'm looking into the college that's currently at the top of my list while I'm here as well as work and housing if this is where I wind up. So yes I've be ...
Hi gang, Bobbie and I presently in Las Cruces,New Mexico for the WAC Softball Tournament. Our Wahine have been doing well and are ranked # 14 nationally. Rained heavy today on ride up from El Paso airport with Clyde Elrod. Watched rain delayed 1st game this evening when San Jose State was chasing Nevada Wolf Pack 5 to 6;tied game with solo home run in the 5th inning and won with 3 run homer in 7th. Wahine face San Jose State Thursday at 11:30 a.m. Hey, game on OC12 !
Thanks to Jason Murphy for this cool write up on our band. Running off the rails and onto the open road, Next 2 the Tracks brings its Outlaw Rock to the Southwest with their largest tour to date, How the West Is One. Riding the momentum of their 6-song EP, Caballo de Lumbre, the quartet brings songs of loss, freedom, and mortality, while recruiting like-minded entertainers on their journey. This sophomore album marks an evolutionary step upwards for the Albuquerque/El Paso-based band, as they use it as a vehicle to deliver the Southwest's culture of art and diversity to the rest of the world. Since 2005, Next 2 the Tracks has struck a balance between then and the now. It's a country ethos with a core that is pure rock and roll. Birthed from a crack in the ground in New Mexico, they are the dirt and grit between your teeth. Their lyrics and rhythms blend bluesy rock with an undercurrent of poetry. After building a global online fan base with their self-produced, inaugural album, Rain, they're ready to spre ...
Ok. So whats been happening? We left Dallas after nearly ripping the suspension from under our car by driving over a centre median. (Not telling who was driving but it was the tallest of our party). We were heading for El Paso but decided that we would keep going when we got there. We got as far as Pecos TX and stayed there. Nothing much to report. Then it was a long drive. The only day we had to fill our car twice during the drive. We crossed from Texas into New Mexico and then hit Arizona. 3 states in one day. We made one detour to stop in at Tombstone AZ. What a town. Ordinary citizens walking around with guns and wearing 1880's garb. We had a tour around, saw the OK Corral, where the outlaw Cowboys Billy Clanton, Tom McLaury and his brother Frank McLaury, fought and were killed by the opposing lawmen Virgil Earp and his brothers Morgan and Wyatt Earp, aided by Doc Holliday acting as a temporary deputy of Virgil. Had a beer in the saloon and hit the road again. Stayed in Scottsdale over night. Yesterd ...
Friends, Andy’s North American Tour 2012 is officially on! If you live in any of the following areas let me know and maybe we can meet up as I pass through. Or better yet, if you have a bike you could even join me on the road for a bit. Let me know! Central Pennsylvania, western New York/Niagara area, Detroit, Chicago, central Iowa, southern South Dakota, the Black Hills, Bighorn Nat’l Forrest, Yellowstone, Jackson Wyoming, along the Salmon river in eastern Idaho, Lolo Montana, the Bitterroot range in Idaho, Coeur d’Alene/Spokane, Vancouver Island British Columbia, Tacoma/Vancouver Washington, the Columbia River Gorge area, Oregon and California along the eastern edge of the Cascade/Sierra Nevada mountains (Bend, Crater lake, Lake Tahoe Mammoth Lake, Yosemite Nat’l Park), Death Valley, Las Vegas, North Rim Grand Canyon, Arizona portion of the Navajo Reservation, central New Mexico, El Paso, West Texas, south East Texas, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Austin, south east and southern Oklahoma, south ...
We left Tucson this AM, David got stopped for speeding, he got off with a warning (must be his charm) found an amazing Indian craft shop, could have spent a fortune, it was enormous! That was in New Mexico, we are now in Tx, just past El Paso, had a fantastic meal at Lin's buffet. Mongolian, Chinese and a sushi bar, a little bit of heaven, for us both! I still think of Marty Robbins when I here El paso, quite an eye opener when we passed thru on a 4lane hi way in Rush Hour traffic with restaurants and motels beckoning from all sides! Tomorrow we must make San Antonio, he's booked a room!
TRANSPORT ACCIDENT in Orogrande, New Mexico (north of El Paso) Great Dane lost
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We made stops at Denver, Rocky National Park, seen Indian drawings on the side of a canyon wall in Wyoming, seen Buffalo Bills’ museum and went to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, When to a Rodeo, Visited Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton, Salt Lake City, Mormon Church, Zion National Park, played in a casino in Messuite, Nevada, Los Vegas for two days, the Grand Canyon for two days, We went to Nogales, Nev, Nogales, Mexico and El Paso, TX. We drove by Beaumont Army hospital where I was stationed in 1946. We went to Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico. My wife would not go down into the caverns. I went and it was wonderful. We then went to Oklahoma City and then home. There are other numerous sites we seen which I won’t mention. I had a movie camera with me and used several cassettes for all the movies I had taken on the trip. We went to Branson, MO by bus for a week. We seen several shows there. We went for a tour on a duck around Branson and on a man made lake. My wife didn’t like planes or boats ...
Covering the boxing and fight scene since 2000 in New Mexico, El Paso and Juarez; fight photography, reports stories and more
ravishing Rick Rude jus cooked our food at this spot lol El Paso bound. New Mexico tmrrw
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