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El Paso Times
Former Fort Bliss commanding general accused of steering a contract to ex-classmates
Former Fort Bliss commanding general Maj. Gen. Dana J.H. Pittard has been reprimanded by the Pentagon for allegedly steering a renewable energy contract to a company run by two of his former classmates at the U.S. Military Academy, according to the Washington Post.
EPISD board may challenge state's decision on monitor
The El Paso Independent School District Board of Trustees will consider challenging the state's appointment of a monitor to oversee the district — though many trustees say they don't support such a move.
County to receive report on jail recidivism study
County Commissioners Court on Monday is expected receive a report on an inmate recidivism assessment recently done at the El Paso jail system by the Council of State Government Justice Center.
Bankruptcy judge OKs El Paso Children's Hospital budget to stay open
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge H. Christopher Mott on Monday approved a plan that allows El Paso Children's Hospital to continue its operations, while also paying its creditors.
El Paso County to be directly involved in Children's Hospital's bankruptcy case
The county will be directly involved in El Paso Children's Hospital's bankruptcy case.
Proposed construction of gas pipelines concerns San Elizario residents
Two large pipelines that will transport natural gas to Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission may soon be under construction near San Elizario, raising safety and environmental concerns among area
El Paso County Commissioners Court to renegotiate contract to house federal inmates
County Commissioners Court on Monday are expected to allow the County Administrator to enter into formal negotiations with the U.S. Marshals Office to renew the contract to house federal inmates at the county jail.
El Paso County Sheriff's Office, constables seek grant for body cameras
The El Paso County Sheriff's Office and the constables are seeking funding to pay for body-worn cameras.
Committee formed on possible YISD bond sale
The Ysleta school district has formed an advisory committee that will help develop a bond-sale proposal that may go to voters in November.
Truancy reforms may mean students no longer charged or fined heavily
Changes to the state's school attendance laws may mean thousands of students will no longer be fined or criminally charged for being chronically absent.
Red Oak tree honoring slain El Paso County Constable White missing from Putnam Elementary
A hole in the ground and a cryptic white bow found in its place left Putnam Elementary School staff thinking the worst Monday morning — someone had stolen the red oak planted to honor the memory of fallen El Paso County Constable Robert White.
Canutillo ISD hires Jacobs Engineering Group for facilities master plan
The Canutillo Independent School District has hired the Jacobs Engineering Group to complete a facilities master plan — the third area school district to hire the firm.
Survey: high cost, project perceptions main reasons for YISD bond defeat
The high cost and the perception of unneeded projects were the main reasons voters rejected a $451.5-million bond sale for the Ysleta Independent School District in the May 9 election, a survey found.
El Paso Chihuahuas help discarded pooch receive wheelchair
One person's trash, a nearly 8-week-old Chihuahua puppy with deformed front legs, has become a local treasure.
Architectural plans paint future of YISD schools
Interactive displays, natural light, grouped classroom pods and covered outdoor learning patios are among the architectural recommendations for future schools in the Ysleta Independent School.