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Click Here to View the Photos: Courtesy of El Paso Times Nine sets of twins were treated last week at El Paso Children’s Hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit, the highest number of multiple births in the unit since the hospital opened in February.
By Hayley Kappes El Paso Timeswww.elpasotimes.comPosted: 08/12/2012 03:19:45 PM MDTClick Here to View Story Diana Hubbard adjusted her son, William, higher on his pillow through two holes in an incubator before checking on her other identical twin son, Robert IV. Hubbard’s twins are one of nine sets who were treated last week at El more »
Alameda Construction Update: Raynolds Overpass to Alameda Ave. Now Open El Paso, Texas: The Raynolds overpass to Alameda Avenue is now open. The Texas Department of Transportation will be installing new concrete pavement on Alameda Avenue on Friday, July 27 through Saturday, August 4, 2012. During this time the main vehicle entrance to El Paso more »
El Paso Times by Victor R. Martinez \ El Paso Timeselpasotimes.com Posted: 07/23/2012 12:00:00 AM MDT Click here to View Story For a moment, 10-year-old Bryan Adame felt like a movie star complete with red-carpet treatment and his personal screening of “Transformers: Dark of the Moon. But Bryan was not at a movie premiere. more »
Click Here to View Photos Angels4Epilepsy founder Jamie Bacigalupo, 9, hands out stuffed animals to patients at El Paso Children’s Hospital. Jamie, who has also been a patient at the hospital, has given out more than 400 gift-bags since starting Angels4Epilepsy, a nonprofit organization that raises awareness for epilepsy. Photos by Rudy Gutierrez / El more »
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