I woke up Monday morning with the best of intentions; then I noticed this huge bump on the left side of my neck the size of a nickle. Had a

By Gregg Romero Wendorf

The Advance News published several stories in 2017 about Hidalgo County’s purchase of 12 used trucks and vacuum trailers for a total of $1.44 million. There were indeed several things
EDINBURG – A La Joya man will serve 32 years in prison for continuous sexual abuse of a child. Pedro Enrique Barzola Garcia, 42, was sentenced to 32 years without

Three PSJA ISD teachers and science coordinator pictured. (from left): Janie Leal (8thGrade Science Teacher at Austin Middle School), Susana Ramirez (Elementary Science Coordinator), Celena Miller (Science Lab Teacher at Cesar Chavez Elementary), and Michael Sweet (5thGrade Teacher at Carman Elementary).

Four PSJA ISD Science Educators selected for NASA workshop

PHARR - FourPharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD (PSJA) science educators have been selected to participate in NASA’s Lift-Off returning alumni program, The Next Giant Leap, in South Palm Beach, Florida this summer.

#RGV #BorderPatrol agents arrested two convicted sex offenders(sexual assualt and kidnapping/rape) and a gang member(18th Street gang) after they entered the United States illegally. @CBP #AlwaysVigilant #USBP #Border-Security #SouthwestBorder #HonorFirst. Twitter Photo.

Rio Grande Valley Sector Agents make Significant Arrests

EDINBURG, Texas – Border Patrol agents arrested two sex offenders and a gang member after entering the United States illegally. On Thursday, agents working near Weslaco, Texas, arrested a Mexican

#RGV Rio Grande Valley Sector HQ recognized local youth at this year’s Youth of the Year. The Mayor of the City of Pharr matched the #BorderPatrol scholarship donation of $15,000.00, resulting in over $30,000.00 awarded to students. @CBP #HonorFirst #USBP. Twitter Photo.

Rio Grande Valley Students Honored as “Youth of the Year” Recipients

PHARR — On Thursday, May 30, 2019, Border Patrol agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector Headquarters recognized the importance of higher education and awarded this year’s Youth of the

Chief Castillo while still employed by the city of Alamo.

L-R: Marivel Gonzalez, Ana Vela, Gustavo Salinas, and Julia Sullivan.

Elder Abuse Prevention Month

Last year Adult Protective Services completed nearly 117,000 cases of elderly and disabled persons abuse in Texas, of which 84,439 were confirmed cases of abuse. Abuse of the elderly and

Packages containing 929.5 pounds of methamphetamine seized by CBP officers at Pharr International Bridge

CBP at Pharr International Bridge Interdicts Colossal Load of Meth Worth Over $18 Million

PHARR — U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Pharr International Bridge intercepted a significant amount of methamphetamine in a commercial shipment worth $18.5 million

Older adults attend Commissioners Court to emphasize the importance of staying active. The senior citizens pictured are active volunteers at Amigos Del Valle Inc.

Older Americans are encouraged to stay active

Older Americans Month encourages older adults to connect with friends, family, and services that support participation. The 2019 theme: Connect, Create, Contribute motivates older adults to create by engaging in

Quarterback Iziaah Rangel quietly racked up almost 3,000 yards in total offense for PSJA North and returns next season.

PSJA North head football coach Marcus Kaufmann walks off the field after having discussed a penalty called by officials.

Arturo Beltran celebrates after scoring a touchdown. Beltran was a senior and gained nearly 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards receiving


Two years ago, PSJA North coach Marcus Kaufman laid claim to needing just a couple plays here and there and his Raiders would’ve had a record that better reflected how



PHARR- Maria Del Carmen Villarreal, loving sister, aunt, and friend, passed away in her home surrounded by family on Saturday, June 8th.

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