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El Paso Times
Former Austin high principal John Tanner has deal to resign and end appeal, his lawyer says
Former Austin High School Principal John Tanner has resigned as part of a settlement with the El Paso Independent School District that will give him an undisclosed amount of money in exchange for dropping his efforts to appeal the district's attempt to fire him, his lawyer said Friday.
El Paso Parks and Recreation to host Easter egg hunts
The El Paso Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting more than a dozen Easter egg hunts across the city this week.
TEA seeks to punish 11 in EPISD cheating scheme
The Texas Education Agency is seeking to yank the educator certifications of 11 administrators linked to the El Paso Independent School District cheating scheme.
El Paso World War II veteran touches milestone
Ramon M. Muñoz is a living relic, part of the ever dwindling generation of World War II veterans. He is celebrating his 90th birthday today, not with a grand party but quietly with family.
›› Photos: World War II veteran celebrates 90th birthday
Gang investigators arrest 2 in connection with stabbing at South-Central El Paso house party
El Paso police gang investigators have arrested two men in connection with a stabbing last weekend at a house party in South-Central, officials said Friday.
Lone Star Fugitive Task Force arrests El Paso man suspected of assaulting police officer
A man suspected of assaulting an El Paso police officer last week was arrested Friday afternoon by the U.S. Marshal's Lone Star Fugitive Task Force.
Texas Tech names sole finalist for first president of El Paso medical campus
Richard "Rick" Lange was selected as the sole finalist for president at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso, university officials announced Friday.
Ysleta ISD board backs away from fight over disclosure
In a split decision on Wednesday, trustees of the Ysleta Independent School District squashed a motion to continue their fight against a state law that requires trustees to file personal financial statements.
El Paso County Commissioners to consider opening county garage during game nights
The El Paso County Parking Garage — located about a half-mile from the Downtown ballpark — may extend its operating hours to accommodate El Paso Chihuahuas fans and others on game days.
Fort Bliss to get new deputy commander
Fort Bliss will be getting a new general. Brig. Gen. Leopoldo A. Quintas Jr. will become a new deputy commander for the 1st Armored Division and Fort Bliss, according to a brief announcement from the Department of Defense.
Mountain View continues proud technology tradition
Motherboards, cases routers, memory, hard drives and other computer components are stacked up all over desks.
An East Side Easter is here
Parks and Recreation centers in East El Paso are putting their own spin on Easter egg hunts today by offering different activities for kids and families.
Burges High School journalism students bring silver and gold to the table
The Burges High School yearbook and newspaper staffs have brought gold and silver once more to the table.
Bel Air gymnastics team leaps to state competition
After several years of near misses, students from Bel Air High School have landed a spot in the state gymnastic championships.
Coaches corner Chris Loveless: 'It's 100 percent heart, 100 percent hustle and 100 percent coach's effort'
Every day hundreds of volunteer coaches use their spare time to help young athletes learn a game. To honor these coaches, My East Side will profile a coach every week.