News

FORT DAVIS - “Racing of the Storm” captures the intensity of a cowboy driving cattle while storm clouds gather in the distance.

MARFA - Bishop Mark Seitz will celebrate the Mass of Atonement and Hope at 6pm today, March 14 in St. Mary’s Catholic Church.

ALPINE - Alpine completed a project nine years in the making last weekend.

Sports & Education

MARFA - Juniors and seniors in art class went on a university tour with Mrs. Mois and Chinati Foundation educators Michael Roch, Adele Powers, and intern Andrew.

The Paisano Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Regent Mary Smith and DAR Good Citizen Chair Kay Houston with Kendra DeHart recognized and presented on Febru

AUSTIN - The Texas Department of State Health Services is now reporting 10 measles cases in the state in 2019, one more than Texas saw all of last year.

Opinions

Far West Texas U.S. Rep.

the rambling boy

Dear editor, Ah, my Democrat Party presidential candidates: We have a gringo who wants to be a Mexican, and a gringa who wants to be an Indian.

Obituaries

Elva Magallanez Alanis, 84, of Odessa and formerly of Presidio and Marfa, passed away Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at Medical Center Hospital after a bout with cancer.

Wile Lara Carnero 90 of Presidio went peacefully to be with her Savior on February 19, 2019. She was born May 9, 1928 in Maryneal, Texas to Enrique Lara and Maria Rodriguez.

Cox

Rosemary Plumbley Gibbens Cox, 89, formerly of Marfa, passed on to her heavenly home quietly on February 20, 2019 in San Angelo.

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