The "Play Ball, El Paso" rally drew a few hundred El Pasoans to Cleveland Square downtown in front of City Hall in a show of support for the downtown baseball stadium project. MountainStar Sports spokesman Steffen Poessiger talked about the rally and the issues behind it.
You could tell this loss stung Mike Price just by looking.
More withdrawn. Fewer smiles. The kind of attitude you might expect less than 48 hours after getting so over-and-over close to a 10-by-55-yard stretch of lush, green Mississippi grass, but only getting to roll in it once.
It's hard to believe it's been four years since El Paso lost the man who put UTEP -- if not El Paso -- on the map. Don Haskins died on this day in 2008. In tribute, here's the feature on his viewing at the Haskins Center, along with testimonies former former players and assistants (including UTEP coach Tim Floyd, then at USC) on Haskins' impact on their lives.
The Cowboys are trying to be Big Pimpin' in da league. But er'body recognizes that in order for them to succeed, the Chief Pimp, Jerry Jones, has to step up...Well, NFL, you just got served. With extra cheese!
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