Cindy Ramirez, El Paso Times

Cindy Ramirez

El Paso Times

El Paso, TX, United States

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  • Las Cruces Sun-News

Past articles by Cindy:

You can help Operation Noel keep children in need warm with new coats

The El Paso charity provides more than 25,000 coats to children in the region, and your donation can help make it happen. → Read More

How to help Mexico earthquake recovery efforts; see messages from around the world

Make a donation to help those impacted by the earthquake, plus see messages to Mexico from world and community leaders, entertainers. → Read More

Former state Rep. Paul Moreno, 'true servant' of El Paso, dies at 86

Paul Moreno was the longest-serving Hispanic elected official in the country, serving in the state House of Representatives for more than 40 years. → Read More

Up to 1,500 Hurricane Harvey evacuees may be headed to El Paso

The city has activated its Emergency Operation Center to assist families evacuated by the natural disaster, officials said via Twitter. → Read More

KLAQ’s Buzz Adams off air indefinitely after 'motorized bicycle' accident

Adams, whose real name is Michael Witt, suffered serious facial injuries Wednesday. → Read More

Another body recovered from Rio Grande Thursday

The El Paso Fire Department’s Water Rescue Team recovered a body from the water shortly before 10 a.m. Wednesday. → Read More

Two more women pulled from canal, third person missing

A water rescue team recovered two bodies from a canal adjacent to the Rio Grande Tuesday and are searching for a third person in the water. → Read More

Brooks brings top hits, memories to the borderland

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood will play at the Pan Am Center in Las Cruces at 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday and again at the same times Sunday. → Read More

Sunland Park underpass ramp to I-10 east to close

The work is part of the four-year $158 million Go 10 project that began in early 2015 and will add nearly 6 miles of collector-distributor lanes from Mesa Street to Executive Center. → Read More

Chinese laundry historical designation bid ends

William “Billy” Abraham said the new multipurpose arena should be built in the Union Plaza area where his building sits. → Read More

'Nasty wind,' dust to decrease Friday

Wind kicked up dirt across the Borderland on Thursday, with gusts peaking at 59 mph at El Paso International Airport. → Read More

Teen girl arrested in kidnapping, assault case

Three others were arrested on suspicion of kidnapping a 20-old-year man Feb. 11, allegedly assaulting and burning him. → Read More

Mystery attraction coming to Wet 'N' Wild in summer

Expected to open this summer, it will be the largest attraction in the waterpark’s 38-year history, officials said. → Read More

CBP to increase air operations for pope's visit

U.S. law enforcement officials will have their eyes on the sky during the pope's visit to Juárez in February. → Read More

Trayvon Martin's mom to speak at YWCA luncheon

The mother of Trayvon Martin, who was fatally shot in 2012, will be the keynote speaker at the YWCA annual fundraiser. → Read More

EP's Powerball millionaire hasn't claimed prize

The winner of the $1 million Powerball prize sold in El Paso this weekend has not claimed prize. → Read More

Diocese: Mount Carmel cemetery not vandalized

Mount Carmel Cemetery was not vandalized as a recent online post has led many to believe, Diocese officials said today. → Read More

City reclassified Cathedral speed hump spending

Documents: Speed humps by Cathedral High were initially paid for through the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program. → Read More

El Paso food bank hires first CEO

The El Pasoans Fighting Hunger food bank has hired founding board member Victor M. Nevarez as its first CEO. → Read More

Christmas tree no longer merry? Recycle it.

If your live Christmas tree is no longer merry, city officials encourage you to recycle it. → Read More