If you made your way to El Paso’s east side of town to watch the movie at Tinsletown then you were greeted by a 50 foot mural of the Blue Beetle that was created by local Chicano artist, Jesus “Cimi” Alvarado.
Using National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrative Data, it is possible to do a ranking of Texas cities based on annual average particulate matter concentrations (in micrograms per cubic meter). Doing so reveals that many West Texas cities are represented on the list.
With all the economic expansion in San Angelo over the years, the city has continued its steady population growth. San Angelo continues to be an excellent place for business. Over the years, though, some great projects were announced for San Angelo that fell through. Some of these economic expansions could have meant enormous gains for the city. Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, they fell through.