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Willacy County Prescription Drug Throw-Back at Watson’s City Drug

Communities Against Substance (CASA) Coalition, a program of Behavioral Health Solutions of South Texas, in partnership with the Willacy County District Attorney Annette Hinojosa and Watson’s City Drug will be hosting the Willacy County Prescri More...

DPS ramping up Move Over/Slow Down Enforcement

AUSTIN - The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is beginning enforcement efforts across the state focusing specifically on violations of the state’s Move Over/Slow Down law. More...

Workshops to help Nebraska farmers improve their businesses

LEXINGTON, Neb. More...

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BRITTANY LEDESMA was part of the first Inaugural Ring Ceremony for UTRGV. She is a May, December 2017 graduate of UTRGV, first year of UTRGV Bachelor of Science. More...

Harvey damage brings funding for Texas cultural landmarks

HOUSTON (AP) - In a serendipitous twist of fortune caused by Harvey, Houston cultural institutions have landed preservation grants unavailable before the hurricane while the plight of a celebrated local painting has inspired a new federal funding opp More...

Exxon sees limited impact on business from climate policies

DALLAS (AP) - Exxon Mobil has told shareholders that it doesn't think policies to combat climate change will have much effect on its business and that demand for fossil fuels will remain strong for decades.  In a report released Friday, the comp More...

‘Neighborhood watch’ mentality good for livestock owners

You head out to the pasture or pens and something is just not right. A few cows are missing or the horses aren’t where they normally are. A lock is cut. What do you do first?  More...

Owners of Texas company proud to produce major league bats

DEAN, Texas (AP) - It all started with a boy, a bat and a prayer.  The Wichita Falls Times Record News reports five years ago, Leland Wetzel never dreamed his life passion would be making wooden baseball bats he just wanted to make a gift for hi More...

RHS Athletic Booster Club Meeting

There will be a Raymondville Athletic Booster Club meeting on Monday, February 12, 6:30 p.m. in the Old Gym, One Bearkat Blvd., Raymondville, TX.  - - -   More...

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LONG AGO - Lyford tennis players. More...

Threats in the mix

On January 26, 2018, agents assigned to the Weslaco Border Patrol Station encountered and apprehended a group of 44 illegal aliens near Hidalgo, Texas. More...

Primary election contest heating up in Willacy County

Preparations have been made for the March 6 Democratic and Republican Party primary elections, Willacy County Elections Administrator Mary Hope Barrera said. Early voting begins Feb. More...

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LYFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL BAND STUDENTS EARN CHAIR AT ALL-REGION AUDITIONS - Lyford Middle School students Mia Coronado, Brittney Moore, Aleyna Frias, Viviana Tamez, Victoria Arguelles, Mikaela Lopez, Emi More...

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A BRIEF, GEOGRAPHY LESSON from New Hampshire! Maricela G. Suarez of San Antonio and her nephew, Juan Alvarez, of New Hampshire. More...

Trump plan offers citizenship path to 1.8 million immigrants

WASHINGTON (AP) The White House has unveiled a proposal that provides a pathway to citizenship for 1.8 million young immigrants living in the country illegally, in exchange for new restrictions on legal immigration and $25 billion in border security. More...

Retail gasoline prices in Texas up 4 cents this week

COPPELL, Texas (AP) - Retail gasoline prices in Texas and nationwide are up this week.  AAA Texas on Thursday reported the average price at the pump statewide rose 4 cents this week to reach $2.37. More...

Florida homeowners fined for “Starry Night” murals on house

MOUNT DORA, Fla. More...

Twin sisters sentenced for Newport Cliff Walk vandalism

NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) - A Rhode Island judge has ordered twin sisters to pay restitution and complete community service for spray painting graffiti on a seawall along Newport's famed Cliff Walk.  More...

Gateway RV Park Entertainment Schedule

DANCE SCHEDULE   February 10 - Saturday Night, Roger Kenaston Band, 7 p.m. - 10 p.m.  Public welcome. For more information, please contact (319) 750-5220. More...

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