Vic Kolenc, El Paso Times

Vic Kolenc

El Paso Times

El Paso, TX, United States

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Past articles by Vic:

El Paso Water's $10 million pipe replacement work to bring East Side traffic headaches

Five East El Paso intersections will be affected by major water main work over a two-year period. → Read More

NWS: Expect windy conditions, high gusts in El Paso starting Wednesday afternoon

El Paso Electric plans to have extra crews ready to respond to potential issues or power outages that the high winds may cause in the El Paso area. → Read More

El Paso shoppers tell of terror as shots rang out at Cielo Vista Mall

The scenes from Wednesday's shooting in El Paso — which left one dead and three people wounded — are now too familiar across the United States. → Read More

Good news: El Paso-area electric bills going down to reflect lower fuel costs

El Paso Electric's Texas customers will see substantial decrease in bills for at least a few months due to lower natural gas costs for power plants. → Read More

Texas Gas Service rates increasing again in El Paso area after state regulators' approval

The Texas Railroad Commission approves a lower El Paso rate increase than Texas Gas Service requested, but it still is a big hike. → Read More

El Paso Water rates going up again, but proposed infrastructure fee rejected

The El Paso PSB approves water bill increases for an eighth straight year, but builders win the fight against a new infrastructure fee. → Read More

FirstLight appoints first female CEO in El Paso credit union's 67-year history

Current CEO Karl Murphy's retirement brings leadership change at El Paso's second-largest credit union. → Read More

Forbes ranks El Paso food bank as nation's 73rd largest charity

El Pasoans Fighting Hunger is among 11 food banks to make Forbes Magazine's 24th annual list of the nation's top 100 charities. → Read More

Intrepid Spirit Center at Fort Bliss hospital complex will treat brain injuries, PTSD

Construction starts on the privately funded facility next to William Beaumont Army Medical Center at Fort Bliss to treat "invisible wounds of war." → Read More

El Paso fights proposed Texas Gas Service rate increase, service-area consolidation

The El Paso City Council plans a public hearing on utility's request to substantially raise natural gas rates and combine service areas. → Read More

Texas flea market/amusement park company buying Western Playland

Traders Village Marketplaces has large flea markets with amusement park rides in three Texas cities. → Read More

Texas attorney general agrees to end legal battle over El Paso Tigua tribe's bingo games

Lawyers for both sides agree U.S. Supreme Court's June ruling in favor of Tiguas resolves legal issues in decades-old case. → Read More

El Paso plans property tax increase, not decrease that officials tout, city notice shows

A Texas truth-in-taxation notice shows city taxes will substantially increase under El Paso City Council's proposed tax rate. → Read More

El Paso's 3rd-largest credit union changes name to remove teachers-only perception

El Paso Area Teachers Federal Credit Union, known as TFCU, now has a Spanish brand name. → Read More

Taiwan manufacturer representatives tour Borderplex region in search for new sites

Boderplex Alliance economic development organization hosts delegation touring El Paso, Santa Teresa, and Juarez. → Read More

El Paso County begins process to possibly increase taxes for $346M in medical projects

Financing proposed UMC, Children's Hospital projects with certificates of obligation or voter-approved bonds is jist of debate. → Read More

Providence changes leaders at Memorial, Sierra hospital campuses in El Paso

The Hospitals of Providence network CEO Nicholas Tejeda leaves Memorial hospital job, keeps Transmountain hospital CEO role. → Read More

Union cancels El Paso election at The Fountains at Farah Starbucks coffee shop

The Fountains at Farah Starbucks was to be the first in El Paso to hold a union vote as part of a national unionization campaign. → Read More

El Paso Electric customers asked to reduce electric use due to transmission line outage

Major New Mexico power transmission line being repaired after overnight damage. → Read More

Campaign to unionize Starbucks coffee shops reaches El Paso with union election set

Fountains at Farah Starbucks' barista leads effort to unionize store with NLRB setting election by mailed ballots. → Read More