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Guardsman arrested at border for sex assault fired last year by El Paso sheriff
Luis Carlos Ontiveros, 30, was arrested Monday in Alpine, Texas, and accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a motel. He was part of the National Guard mission that began in April at the call of President Donald Trump, who has since sent active-duty soldiers to the border as well.
25th annual ARTWALK returns to Alpine
Additionally there will be live music during the event, food trucks, vendors and even the Art Car Parade at noon on Saturday.
Alpine event to promote shopping local
The Center is part of the South-West Texas Border regional network, and covers Brewster and eight other counties. The Center helps existing and start-up small business owners develop key management skills in areas such as business plan development, financing, marketing, and advertising. Center advis
Lady Bucks fall in opener
Only seven students make up the varsity squad so far. Nora Carrasco, Ithzel Dominguez and Andrea Nunez return from last year’s team, while Bria Akers, Osiris Alferez, Danielle Estrada and Aaliyah Fierro are the newest additions.
Like a dog with two tails
This Saturday, Nov. 17, Sonic Drive-In will host Alpine’s 7thannual Canine Super Pull. Founded by animal enthusiast, Big Bend Kennel Club founder, and 18-year Big Bend Regional Medical Center Administrative Laboratory Director Julie Edwards, the idea of the Super Pull came into fruition as many good
National Guard member charged with sexual assault in Alpine
ALPINE, Texas (Big 2/Fox 24) - A member of the National Guard has been charged with sexual assault, according to officials with the Alpine Police Department.Officials say the report was made at about 4:10 a.m. Monday in the 2000 block of Highway 90 in Alpine.While investigating, officers arrested an
Drunk Guardsman waiting for migrant caravan tried to rape colleague, Texas cops say | Miami Herald
Police in Alpine, Texas, have charged a National Guardsman stationed near the Mexico border with sexual assault after they say he drunkenly tried to rape a woman in a hotel. Luis Ontiveros, 30, was arrested early Monday morning at the America's Best Value Inn on U.S. 90 in Alpine, police said in a
Studio visit: Dan Colen draws the connection between Wile E. Coyote and the never-ending chase
Dan Colen's latest exhibition at Gagosian Beverly Hills,High Noon, features Warner Bros.-inspired desert landscapes
Marfa Myths Announces Initial 2019 Lineup
Multidisciplinary festivalMarfa Mythsreturns to Marfa, Texas for its sixth annual installment April 25 – 28, 2019. Organizers Mexican Summer and Ballroom Marfa announced the lineup for the 2019 event. Marfa Myths “is known for bringing together a diverse range of emerging and established artists wor
Watch Robert Ellis Channel Elton John in ‘F-cking Crazy’ Video
Part of the beauty ofRobert Ellishas always been his ability to match his uncanny talent and masterful musicianship with a sense of humor — while his last self-titled LP was a reflection on heartbreak and restlessness built with as much modern jazz as it was country, he took a turn with his brothers
Guardsman at Texas border accused of sexual assault
HOUSTON (AP) - A Texas National Guard member serving at the U.S.-Mexico border is accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a motel, authorities said Wednesday. Police in Alpine, Texas, arrested Luis Carlos Ontiveros, 30, on Monday. The Texas National Guard confirmed that Ontiveros was serving in a
National Guardsman stationed in Texas awaiting caravan arrested over alleged rape
The Alpine Police Department said officers arrested Luis Ontiveros, a 30-year-old National Guardsman, at a hotel in Alpine, Texas—roughly 80 miles from the southern border—just after 4 a.m. on Monday after responding to reports of a sexual assault.
New exhibit at Big Bend museum
Museum of the Big Bend, 400 N. Harrison St., Alpine, has scheduled “Selections from the Betty Byerley Retablo Collection” exhibit through March 24, 2019.
5 Questions: Jeffrey Yang
Jeffrey Yang, who lives in Beacon, is a poet whose most recent collection,Hey, Marfa, was published last month. In 2009 he won the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award, which is given biennially to an emerging American poet. He will read at Split Rock Books in Cold Spring at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 16.
25th Annual Conference of the Center for Big Bend Studies (CBBS)
The 25th annual conference of the Center for Big Bend Studies (CBBS) has been scheduled Nov. 9-10 in the Morgan University Center at Sul Ross State University, 400 N. Harrison St., Alpine.
Marfa Myths Festival Announces 2019 Lineup: Deerhunter, Khruangbin, Cass McCombs • GSLM
Marfa Mythswill return again in 2019 the annual festival that takes place in Marfa, Texas from April 25-28. Artists includeKhruangbin, whose very being might perfectly represent the eccentric town,Deerhunter,Cass McCombs,Tim Hecker and the Konoyo Ensemble,Emily A. Sprague,Vivien Goldman,Photay,Jess
Cherry On Top - Marfa, TX | Yoga With Adriene
This class takes place and is filmed at the second annual Cherry on Top event, a gathering of innovation, imagination and creativity where Adriene leads as director of the Wellness committee.
National Guardsman Deployed to U.S.-Mexico Border Arrested for Rape
A U.S. National Guard officer stationed in a Texas border town, awaiting the arrival of the migrant caravan, was arrested Monday morning for allegedly sexually assaulting his female colleague, authorities confirmed to The Daily Beast.
Pancho Villa puts an untraditional twist on opera
Sides said "Pancho Villa From a Safe Distance" is unlike most performances she’s directed due to the fact that the performers, Liz Cass and Paul Sanchez, are also singers.
Between Sand And Sky – Challenges In The Land Of Ghost Towns And Boom Towns
Resorts, tourist attractions, and even homes or entire towns lie abandoned along highways throughout the region. Lack of access to water and electricity—let alone the area’s general remoteness—means living there requires more money and energy than most would-be residents are willing to spend or can