Trooper Sanchez
Trooper Sanchez AUSTIN – Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Trooper Moises Sanchez died Saturday (Aug. 24), nearly five months after suffering from head injuries sustained from being shot in
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Cyberspace seems to be a great place to hang out if you lack any morals and/or scruples. No, I’m not talking about a D.C. politician hooking up online with someone
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PSJA ISD Teacher Assistant Carolina Vallejo pictured with her mentor and supervisor Coach Veronica Muñiz.

PHARR – Surrounded by dozens of students excited to be back at school, Carolina Vallejo stood in the middle of the Berta Palacios Elementary gymnasium beaming with joy as she
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Photo courtesy City of Pharr Seated: Pharr Mayor Dr. Ambrosio Hernandez. Standing (l-r): Mission Mayor Dr. Armando O’Caña, McAllen Mayor Jim Darling, Harlingen Mayor Chris Boswell, Edinburg Mayor Pro-Tem David Torres, Brownsville Mayor Tony Martinez, Hidalgo County Judge Richard Cortez, and Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño, Jr.

Very rare: Valley counties, cities unite

Story courtesy of City of Pharr PHARR - History was made last week as officials representing the largest cities in the Rio Grande Valley and Hidalgo and Cameron counties came

Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina charged with orchestrating an illegal voting scheme

EDINBURG - Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina has been arrested for voter fraud, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Thursday morning, the latest in a string of arrests the state’s election

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Jimmy Lee, wearing a Sharyland hat and red pants, dusted the competition and defended his title at the Region IV-5A golf tournament at Palm View Golf Club in McAllen. Playing the best golfers from San Antonio and everywhere south of it, Lee shot a two-day 136 (he was 1-under-par through the first 13 holes, meaning he was a stunning 7-under on the last 23) to win the title again and he will be heading to the state tournament later this month.

TEE IT UP

Being consistent in a sport is a good thing. Of course, being good is a good thing as well. Put them together and you have something great, you have something

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Sonia Enriquez

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Edinburg EDC Welcomes New Board Director Sonia Enriquez

EDINBURG – The Edinburg Economic Development Corporation is pleased to welcome Edinburg native Sonia Enriquez as the newest member of the Edinburg EDC Board of Directors. Enriquez, an insurance agent

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A three-year-old toddler rescued by RGV Sector Border Patrol agents watches movies while being cared for by Border Patrol agents, CBP officers. The toddler was abandoned by smugglers in a cornfield near Brownsville, Texas.

RGV Sector Border Patrol Agents Rescue Toddler Abandoned by Smugglers in Texas Field

BROWNSVILLE – U.S. Border Patrol agents rescued a 3-year-old male child abandoned by smugglers in Texas. Early Tuesday morning, Fort Brown Station Border Patrol agents working near Brownsville, Texas, observed

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IT Director Daniel Rene Salinas

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Wellness Coordinator Diana Huallpa

IT Director and Wellness Program Coordinator introduced

IT Director Daniel Salinas has 25 years in the technology field, most recently managing the technology department for Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District. “I am honored and excited to take

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Photograph Courtesy CITY OF EDINBURG

Photo Courtesy of City of Edinburg. Edinburg City Councilmember Gilbert Enríquez, at the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, February 22, 2019 for the 21-acre Janet Ogden Vackar Sports Complex, created through a partnership between the City of Edinburg and the Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District.

Enríquez contends that he was “removed” from Edinburg EDC Board of Directors

In a unique use of the state’s public comment law, Edinburg Councilmember Gilbert Enríquez on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, near the end of the regular meeting of the Edinburg City

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Packages containing 31.43 pounds of cocaine seized by CBP officers at Hidalgo International Bridge

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CBP Officers Seize $280K in Cocaine at Hidalgo, Anzalduas International Bridges

HIDALGO —U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Hidalgo and Anzalduas International Bridges seized $280,420 worth of cocaine in two separate, unrelated incidents. “These interceptions

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Obituaries

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SAN BENITO / EDINBURG - Ofelia Pena, 92, went home to our Lord, Sunday, August 18, 2019, at her residence in Edinburg.

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