The Legal Record
What's Going on Here?
Driving through the county, one comes upon some intriguing trenching and the laying of large green pipe.
El Paso Times
265,000 watch El Paso's Sun Bowl Parade
And Thursday morning, an estimated 265,000 El Pasoans started their Thanksgiving tradition of bundling up along Montana to see colorful floats, smiling cheerleaders and Sun Bowl princesses, and hear festive marching bands and the boom, boom, boom of dancing matachines.
El Paso Times
Finishing touches: El Pasoan has been painting Sun Bowl emblem for more than four decades
Ray Lopez, a retired firefighter and sign painter continues work on the First Light Federal Credit Union Sun Bowl Parade logo located along Montana Ave. Lopez has been hired to paint the logo for more than 40 years, and in that time has seen the logo change 6-7 times with different sponsors during that time.
Tornadoes devastate Midwest, few deaths reported
The Midwest, often termed "Tornado Alley" since the worst tornado of all time to strike America barreled across Missouri, Illinois and Indiana in 1925, had been preparing all week for the round of storms headed their way on Sunday, November 17, 2013.
Windy weather causes headaches for some
A wind advisory for west El Paso has expired, but earlier today the winds were so strong it caused property damage.