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MOSQUITO PATROL

MOSQUITO PATROL - Albert Peña, an employee with the public works department, sprays along an alley between Hidalgo Avenue and Main Street. More...

News

Anti-social gorilla Patrick to leave Dallas Zoo

DALLAS (AP) - A 430- pound anti- social gorilla who’s spent 18 years at the Dallas Zoo will be moved to a South Carolina facility for a more solitary existence.  The Dallas Zoo on Monday announced the planned transfer of 23-yearold Patrick More...

Small plane crashes into Houston-area hangar

BROOKSHIRE, Texas ( AP) - A pilot has been seriously hurt when his single-engine experimental plane crashed nose- first into a hangar at a private airport in the Houston area.  The Waller County Sheriff ’s Office says the accident happened More...

At .500, after win over Sinton, Bearkats will play Rio Hondo, Friday

Currently holding a 2-2 record, the Bearkats varsity football team will try and notch its third W when it visits Rio Hondo on Friday.  More...

Farm & Ranch

Cotton Market Weekly

A Service Provided by Plains Cotton Cooperative Association September 19, 2013

The cotton market responded favorably to an announcement Wednesday that the U.S. Federal Reserve will continue its current economic stimulus programs. More...

Behind-the-scenes tours highlight Texas Master Gardener Conference Oct. 17-19 in McAllen

Hundreds expected to attend three-day event

McALLEN The public will get a rare opportunity to witness major agricultural research projects in progress during the 2013 Texas Master Gardener Conference slated Oct. More...

Uvalde Mayor says TXDOT putting Texas Ag at risk

Uvalde, TX - Uvalde Mayor J Allen Carnes today called on all Texans to reject the Texas Department of Transportation’s attempt to put its budget problems on the backs of rural Texas by turning paved farm to market roads into gravel roads.  More...

Obituaries

GUADALUPE “SONNY” HERNANDEZ

1948- 2013

PALMVIEW/ RAYMONDVILLE - Guadalupe “Sonny” Hernandez, 65. “Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.” Romans 12:12. These are the words Guadalupe “Sonny” Hernandez lived by. More...

ANTONIO RAMIREZ

SAN PERLITA - Antonio Ramirez, 63, of Raymondville, TX, entered into rest Friday, September 20, 2013 in Valley Baptist Medical Center.  He was born on December 3, 1949 in San Perlita, TX, son of Remegio Jose and Maria (Aguirre) Ramirez.  More...

JOSE TORRES

RAYMONDVILLE - Jose Torres, 61, of Raymondville, TX, entered into rest Thursday, September 19, 2013 in Harlingen Medical Center.  He was born on August 28, 1952 in Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico, son of the late Leopoldo G. More...

City getting $3.6 million grant/loan for water improvements

The dire situation the city and its residents went through this summer because of the drought could get a lot better in 2014.  The city of Raymondville has received the green light for a grant/loan for $3.6 million from the Texas Water Developme More...

Loose horses hit by 18-wheeler on I-69 at Lyford

Two loose horses roaming along I-69 were the cause of a weekend accident, but luckily no one was hurt in the mishap.  The accident took place about 11:30 p.m. More...

Editorial & Columns

SEEDS FROM THE SOWER

When the body of President Abraham Lincoln was moved from Washington, D. C. to Springfield, Illinois it was taken through Albany, New York. More...

Behind the Badge

Sunday memories from the old days

Now this week’s column may date me a little, along with some of you, but I found myself thinking about memories of Sunday’s past yesterday after church. More...

Letters

Reader upset by horse’s death

To Whom It May Concern,  I am writing this letter on behalf of all animal lovers. I read the article last week about the horse that died under the care of deputy J.M. Gonzalez. More...

Good Citizens Abound in Raymondville, Texas

As a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 390 affiliated with the veterans of Alejandro G. Trevmo Post 390 I am surrounded by good citizens who are continuously serving our community.  More...

County Lifestyles

M.G.M.S. News Roundup

The 7th and 8th grade football teams got their seasons off to a great start with victories over the Hidalgo Buccaneers last Thursday. The 7th grade sunk Hidalgo’s ship with a dominate 40-0 win. More...

BASALISA NOYOLA

BASALISA NOYOLA was awarded a Master of Accounting from the University of Texas Pan American State University during their Commencement exercises on August 17, 2013. More...

LEILANT RODRIGUEZ

LEILANI RODRIGUEZ got Student of the Week at Lyford Elementary Pre-K, she is the daughter of Marina and David Rodriguez. More...

Crime & Courts

Willacy County Sheriff’s Blotter

SEPTEMBER 18 - Missing property, 5th St., Raymondville.  SEPTEMBER 19- Criminal mischief, E. Hwy. 77, San Perlita.  Animal call accident, FM 490 and CR 1834, Raymondville.  Accident - minor, 100 blk S. Bus. More...

Legals

Willacy County Hospital District Indigent Health Care Notice

In accordance with S.B. 1327, 70th Legislature, Regular Session, 1987, the following is a summary of the Willacy County Indigent Health Care Program adopted by the Board of Directors of Willacy County Hospital District.   More...

City of Raymondville, Texas

Construction

Advertisement and Invitation for Bids   More...

NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS TCDP# 713067

Date of Publication: September 25th, 2013 City of Raymondville 142 South 7th Street Raymondville, Texas 78580 956-689-2443   More...

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