Eleanor Dearman, El Paso Times

Eleanor Dearman

El Paso Times

Austin, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Eleanor:

Officials warn of Memorial Day gatherings as El Paso hits record COVID-19 hospitalizations

El Paso reached a record number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized this week and officials fear that number will grow after the Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

Gov. Greg Abbott instructs state agencies, higher education institutions to cut budget by 5%

The budget reduction plans are due to the Legislative Budget Board and the governor's office by June 15. → Read More

Coronavirus in Texas: The latest on what can reopen in Texas and when?

Here's what to know about what Texas Gov. Abbott says can reopen, when and with what restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

COVID-19 pandemic: El Paso exempted from Gov. Greg Abbott's latest business reopenings

The exemption comes after El Paso-area elected officials sent a letter to Gov. Greg Abbott requesting an exemption from future openings. → Read More

Coronavirus in Texas: Gov. Greg Abbott to give update on reopening of state's economy

The news conference comes as more businesses across the state, such as gyms, reopen. → Read More

Here's what the U.S. House's latest coronavirus relief package could mean for El Paso

The bill has been criticized by Senate Republicans and declared "dead on arrival" by President Donald Trump, according to USA TODAY. → Read More

Gov. Greg Abbott issues order lifting coronavirus air travel restrictions to Texas

Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday issued an executive order lifting restrictions on air travel to Texas during the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

City, county officials announce COVID-19 testing goals for El Paso

Officials estimate that as of Sunday, 12,050 tests have been conducted by private and public laboratories. → Read More

Escobar says El Paso lags in coronavirus testing, warns minority community vulnerable

U.S. Rep. Veronica Escobar noted "Texas' lack of a plan for vulnerable minority communities like ours," even as the stay-at-home order expires. → Read More

Watch live: El Paso officials give COVID-19 update as more testing sites set to open

El Paso city and county officials give an update on COVID-19 response and local directives as the city plans to open more testing sites. → Read More

El Paso candidates adjust to campaigning in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic

Candidates are turning to social media and other digital avenues to reach voters as they face the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing needs. → Read More

'No one is exempt': Juárez Mayor Armando Cabada tests positive for COVID-19

Juárez Mayor Armando Cabada has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a video posted on his Facebook page Wednesday night. → Read More

Texas state parks to allow overnight camping with limitations May 18; here's what to know

Texas state parks are set to resume overnight camping starting May 18, but it will be limited, according to the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. → Read More

Here's what to know about Texas' re-opening of salons, barber shops Friday, amid COVID-19

Here's what to know about the next wave of business re-openings, which includes salons and pools → Read More

Here's how veterans, SSI recipients with kids can get the most out of a stimulus check

A deadline is approaching for those who receive SSI or Department of Veterans Affairs benefits but didn't file a 2018 or 2019 return. → Read More

Rage Against the Machine announces new El Paso, Las Cruces dates after coronavirus postponement

Rage Against the Machine postponed its concert that was originally scheduled for March 26 in El Paso because of the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Coronavirus in El Paso: Officials ask Gov. Abbott for exemption from future business openings

A letter was sent to Abbott's office Monday from El Paso County Judge Ricardo Samaniego asking for exemptions from future exemptions until COVID-19 cases decrease. → Read More

COVID-19 testing to be expanded at Texas' state hospitals, state supported living centers

All patients, residents and staff at Texas' inpatient psychiatric hospitals and state supported living centers will be tested for COVID-19. → Read More

COVID-19 in Texas: As state reopens, new guidance issued on who can get unemployment benefits

As some Texas businesses prepare to open Friday, Gov. Greg Abbott has issued a new guidance for the state commission that handles unemployment claims. → Read More

Will El Paso Democrats get behind Joe Biden as the presumptive Democratic nominee?

Bernie Sanders, a Vermont senator, exited the Democratic presidential race on April 8, clearing a path to the nomination for former Vice President Joe Biden. → Read More