Lindsey Anderson, El Paso Times

Lindsey Anderson

El Paso Times

El Paso, TX, United States

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Past articles by Lindsey:

Canutillo ISD says it's not 'anti-development'

The Canutillo school district is considering issuing a news release to say it's not anti-development. → Read More

Few UTEP students seek help after sexual violence

UTEP is bolstering efforts to address and prevent sexual violence after a ground-breaking report examined the issue. → Read More

O'Rourke will challenge Cruz for Senate in 2018

El Paso Democratic congressman Beto O’Rourke faces long odds to unseat Republican Ted Cruz in 2018, experts say. → Read More

Is O'Rourke's big announcement a Senate run?

Rep. Beto O'Rourke sent an email to supporters saying he will make a big announcement on Friday. → Read More

UTEP president named a Fortune 'Top 50 Leader'

Diana Natalicio, who has led UTEP for 29 years, has been named one of Fortune magazine's "Top 50 World Leaders." → Read More

Judge recommends probation for ex-EPISD educator

A judge recommended sanctioning an ex-EPISD administrator, but said she should be able to work as an educator. → Read More

20 best moments from O'Rourke & Hurd's road trip

Reps. Beto O'Rourke and Will Hurd made national headlines by livestreaming their bipartisan road trip from Texas to D.C. → Read More

U.S. Reps. O'Rourke, Hurd livestream cross-county roadtrip

Democrat Beto O'Rourke and Republican Will Hurd are driving 1,600 miles together, from San Antonio to Washington, D.C. → Read More

Guillen teens win with pitch to fix broken screens

Guillen Middle School students' pitch to repair cracked iPhone screens propelled them to a regional business competition → Read More

Canutillo board opposes Upper Valley development

The Canutillo board opposes a developer's plan to build a mixed retail and residential development in the Upper Valley. → Read More

New principals appointed to Franklin, Andress

New leaders will begin at the West Side and Northeast schools in the coming weeks. → Read More

Ex-Bowie educator loses license; 1 sanctioned

Former Bowie Assistant Principal Anna Luisa Kell's license was revoked, but Juan Manuel Duran gets to keep his. → Read More

Del Valle school board candidate sworn in

Ysleta school board candidate Kathryn Hairston was sworn in March 2 to fill the vacant Del Valle area seat. → Read More

EPISD buys EPCC land for $3.2 million for new offices

El Paso ISD will pay $3.2 million to EPCC for a building and lot that will become the district's new headquarters. → Read More

Study: HSIs don't harm students' wage prospects

A report says students who attend Hispanic-serving institutions have comparable earnings to graduates from non-HSIs. → Read More

Ex-county judge gets 9-year suspended sentence

Former El Paso County Judge Anthony Cobos received a nine-year suspended sentence. → Read More

One-quarter of Garcia's restitution paid to EPISD

The El Paso Independent School District has received $48,150 in restitution from former Superintendent Lorenzo Garcia. → Read More

Tornillo ISD to seek $10 million bond

The Tornillo Independent School District will put a $10 million bond initiative to voters in May. → Read More

Chapin to have extra security after threat

Chapin High School will have "additional law enforcement presence" Thursday after a student made a threat to the school. → Read More

Canutillo schools to be open during papal visit

The Canutillo Independent School District won't cancel school for Pope Francis' Feb. 17 visit to Juárez. → Read More