Mission Trail adopts new promotion logo

Full story: El Paso Times

The next time you visit the Mission Trail Historical Corridor in the Lower Valley, be ready to be a part of it.
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Waiting for Pancho Villa

El Paso, TX

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#1
Apr 21, 2011
 
Who is Andrade? Did you proof this before publishing?
Tourist

El Paso, TX

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Apr 21, 2011
 
It is good to promote the Mission Trail and even better when the community learns the importance of keeping the corridor clean and presentable for anyone that drives through Socorro Rd. The Mission Trail needs more tourist attractions such as events, gift shops, restaurants, a central history museum that presents the past about the trail and live entertainment. Wishing for all the good things a historical trail can have. Best Wishes to all who work hard toward making this historical corridor what it should be!
Dig Dug

El Paso, TX

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Apr 21, 2011
 
the trail needs a good cleanup, have you seen socorro rd. looks like Juarez...
Mr-D ElPaso

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Apr 21, 2011
 
Dig Dug wrote:
the trail needs a good cleanup, have you seen socorro rd. looks like Juarez...
NEVER Never never happen people around here haved lived in grabage dumps for so long they think its pretty decor in this area and just keep adding more.
Socorro Tx Transplant

Montgomery, AL

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Apr 21, 2011
 
It doesn't make sense to me where "The Alamo" in San Antonio is a Texas State Park and up kept by the State. But, all of the other four missions in San Antonio are part of The National Park System and upkept by the US Government. When I visited the San Jose Mission in San Antonio, I asked where the oldest mission in Texas was, they answered here in San Antonio. WRONG!! Ysleta is the oldest. And these are Texans and US Government employees. The said to prove it and we looked it up on their computer at the mission and they were surprised. As usual, the rest of Texas and the US Government ignores El Paso City, County and it's historic values.

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