Every day, with a few exceptions, Valley news outlets receive an email from the county’s public affairs office detailing the latest COVID-19 numbers. They’re anything but pretty.
Most of us knew it was coming – the end of the 2020 football season. Some parents, grandparents, friends, coaches, much less the players are still hopeful that it won’t end, that things will miraculously resume to some semblance of normalcy when school is set to begin next month, but given the spread of this new (novel) coronavirus, and new reports that it is attacking the young more than originally thought, that hope seems like a dream at best.
Selena Vargas has always liked to run. But she wasn't aware of the joys, connections, and friendships that organized sports could bring her.
As the largest charity in South Texas and lead provider of water, food, and supplies to residents in need, when disasters or regional outbreaks occur, our efforts and resources are even more crucial.
The email sent out to news outlets by the McAllen PD Friday morning had ominous warning signs all over it