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Ortiz wants manual recount of Nov. 2 ballots

A week after the Nov. 2 general election incumbent U.S. Congressman Solomon Ortiz (D) Corpus Christi is asking the Secretary of State in Austin for a recount of the votes.   More...

News

Republicans enjoy swath of victories on Election Day

AUSTIN Republican candidates in the Nov. 2 election picked up 21 seats in the Texas House of Representatives and voters "rehired" incumbent Gov. Rick Perry for a third consecutive four-year term. More...

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THE RAYMONDVILLE LADY ‘KAT CROSS COUNTRY TEAM advanced to Regional competition in San Antonio by placing at the 31-3A District Meet in Corpus Christi on October 23. More...

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ABEL A. GARCIA, Specialist - 4 101st Airborne Division, Vietnam 10/70 - 2/71, married to Pattie Garcia of Willis, Tx, graduated from Lyford High School 1968. More...

Farm & Ranch

Cotton Market Weekly

A Service Provided by Plains Cotton Cooperative Association November 4, 2010

The cotton market posted new historic highs every single day this week. More...

Buffalo meat prices continue to grow amid demand

BELFIELD, N.D. (AP) - Amid increased demand and shortages, buffalo meat prices are the highest they have been in decades and that is certainly good news for one area rancher. More...

TDA Market Recap -November 8, 2010

AUSTIN - For the week ending Nov. 6, feeder cattle prices at Texas auctions were mostly steady to $6 higher per hundredweight, though some locations noted lower prices on at least a portion of their offerings. More...

Obituaries

DIONICIO DE LA ROSA BLANCO

Dionicio De La Rosa Blanco also known as “Nicho”, 88, was born on November 18, 1921 on Laureles Ranch in Kingsville, TX. His family relocated to Raymondville when he was 12. More...

City employees charged with public lewdness

Two city employees have been charged with public lewdness, after a third city employee discovered them in a compromising position on the unoccupied second floor of city hall.   The incident occurred on Oct. More...

Commissioners vote frugally at county meeting

County Commissioners deserve commendations for their regular meeting on Monday. As far as I could tell there were no Hidalgo County con artists on the agenda. More...

Editorial & Columns

Behind the Badge

Veterans: Ordinary people accomplishing extraordinary things

Once again it is the time of year when we pause to honor our Veterans. Veterans who have served, and those that are still serving around the world. More...

Are we an easy mark?

Editor: Your comments about the runaway spending by the County was right on target. Also, the long list of delinquent tax payers listed in the same edition, should give the Commissioners some idea of how small businesses are struggling. More...

Despite drug war, Obama wants long-haul rigs in U.S. without constraints

Just in case you thought the North American Union was dead and gone - here come the Mexican trucks, all over again. More...

County Lifestyles

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WINTER WONDERLAND MISS BEAUTY PAGEANT CONTESTANTS attended rehearsal on Sunday, October 24 at the Raymondville High School Auditorium. More...

Salinas-Rodriguez

Roberto and Fatima Cordero of Raymondville are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Patricia, to Juan Jose Rodriguez of La Sara. More...

Ledesma-Montemayor

Ms. Gloria Cantu-Ledesma and Mr. and Mrs. Jose S. More...

Crime & Courts

W. C. Sheriff's Dept. Report

NOVEMBER 3 - Runaway, Humphrey Rd., Raymondville.   Assault, Goyo Garcia Rd., Raymondville.   Graffiti, 100 blk Mansfield Dr., Port Mansfield.   Civil matter, Simo Rd., Sebastian.   Theft, Melba St., Lyford. More...

Kenedy Co. Sheriff's Dept. Report

OCTOBER 31 - Stolen Property - Henry Martinez St. Found Property - Sarita Border Patrol Checkpoint.   Reckless Driver - Large Rest Area.   NOVEMBER 1 - Loose Animal Complaint - Garcia St. More...

Raymondville Police Blotter

NOVEMBER 8 - Public lewdness, 100 blk S. 7th.   Attempted burglary of a habitation, 300 blk W. Canal.   Arrested: Bertha Zamorano, public lewdness, public intoxication, Travis County warrant arrest - poss. of controlled substance. More...

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