Mark Lambie, El Paso Times

Mark Lambie

El Paso Times

El Paso, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Mark:

Masked couple exchange vows in Mom's only COVID-19 wedding ceremony

David and Karen Espinoza worked hard to make their wedding happen as coronavirus has caused the courthouse to operate with limited services. → Read More

Operation H.O.P.E. teams with funeral directors to offer reduced-cost coronavirus funerals

Operation H.O.P.E. and area funeral homes are offering reduced-cost or free funerals for COVID-19 victims in El Paso, Las Cruces and Juárez. → Read More

El Paso fabric store owner reopens to meet demand for material to make coronavirus masks

Telas Rio Bravo owner Ismael Lozano decided to reopen his shop as El Pasoans make their own COVID-19 masks and need the materials his store sells. → Read More

Planty for the People shares organic garden with El Paso community

After the pandemic closed his restaurant, Roman Wilcox began filling boxes with organically grown vegetables and herbs on a pay-what-you-can basis. → Read More

Coronavirus casts an emptiness on El Paso's urban landscape

Coronavirus: Stay Home, Work Safe emergency health order went into effect this week leaving much of El Paso looking deserted → Read More

Bel Air High School debuts state-of-the-art $32 million athletic complex

Bel Air High School recently completed its 98,000-square-foot, $32 million athletic complex, which houses the Carroll Dibler Gymnasium. → Read More

Western Technical College donates $250,000 to El Paso Children's Hospital

The $250,000 donation will help El Paso Children’s Hospital boost pediatric care and the hospital’s rehabilitative gymnasium. → Read More

Art Windows of El Paso exhibit of emotions, landscapes takes flight at airport

The showcase is the 56th exhibit for Art Windows of El Paso, which showcases local and regional artists. It will be displayed through Oct. 31. → Read More

Rosary balloon flies over El Paso in memorial to Walmart shooting victims

A giant rosary balloon was released by Catholic groups from San Antonio who traveled to El Paso to pray for victims of the Walmart shooting. → Read More

Connecticut pastor drives to El Paso to tell residents Love Goes Farther than hate

Pastor Adam Bowles, of Castle Church in Norwich, Connecticut, drove with two friends to Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso to raise money for shooting victims. → Read More

Hundreds of children living in El Paso public housing get free backpacks, school supplies

The backpacks were filled with $30 worth of school supplies to help get the students started. → Read More

El Paso Zoo shares animals, wonder with kids at El Paso Children's Hospital

The zoo took two chinchillas, a blue-tongued skink, a ball python, a rabbit, a rat and an armadillo to El Paso Children's Hospital. → Read More

Pride Week wraps up with parade and festival in Downtown El Paso

The parade was followed by the Sun City Pride Fest Downtown. → Read More

El Paso Funeral Home, Royal Calaveritas club team up for Hearse & Classic Car Show

Salvador Perches said his family has been in the funeral business since 1958 and they have acquired a vast collection of old funeral equipment. → Read More

Fun, free books highlight start of El Paso Public Library's Summer Reading Club

To join the summer reading program, sign up through July 27 at any public library or online. → Read More

Game over for El Paso's Cohen Stadium as demolition makes way for entertainment district

The former home of the El Paso Diablos baseball team was taken down to make way for the Cohen Entertainment District. → Read More

El Pasoans join protest against Mexico National Development Plan

Protesters say Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's National Development Plan could displace indigenous people and harm the ecosystem. → Read More

Border Patrol El Paso Sector honors agents who have died in the line of duty

Around 200 people took part in a memorial ceremony Thursday in El Paso honoring Border Patrol agents who have died in the line of duty. → Read More

Immigrant asylum seekers risk everything to give children chance at a better life in US

A migrant father from Guatemala detained in El Paso said he and his youngest son fled the country after an extortion gang killed his father. → Read More

Nearly 3,000 UTEP students graduate this weekend

UTEP's Spring commencement ceremonies are the last ones officiated by retiring president Diana Natalicio, who's retiring after 30 years. → Read More