WESLACO -- Checks worth tens of thousands of dollars deposited into local banks; what appears to be covert recordings of conversations that appear incriminating; vague answers from those named in

Facebook photos: Rio Grande Valley Vipers

EDINBURG - The RGV Vipers’ offense was like a time bomb this season. You may not know when it’s about to explode, but when it does, it’s powerful. Fans could

Leo Lopez Jr.

That Kris Kristofferson song – Me and Bobby Mc-Gee – really doesn’t make much sense when you put it into a criminal context, does it? If either Weslaco City Commissioner

Photo 1: Edinburg CISD student with the Migrant Education Program pose for a photo during an Edinburg Rotary Club meeting at the Echo Hotel in Edinburg. Pictured L-R: Edinburg High School senior Grecia Denyz Trevino, Edinburg High School senior Raul Solis III, Edinburg North High School senior Jennifer Hernandez, Edinburg North High School senior Tommy Lee Salinas, Economedes High School senior Jasmine Lopez, Economedes High School senior Jason Cantu, Vela High School senior Thais Galvan and Vela High School senior Nathaniel Trevino.

Edinburg Rotary honors Migrant Education Program

EDINBURG – The Edinburg Rotary Club recently presented honored the Migrant Education Program from the Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District. “I want to thank the Rotary Club for allowing us

Junior Aaron Nixon is already off to a great start for McHi.

Above: PSJA is one of the teams in a loaded District 30-6A looking to contend for a title.

Right: Mission’s Andy Martinez is the spark in the Eagles’ lineup.

McHi’s Aaron Nixon can dominate both on the mound and at the plate.

Mission’s Eddie Rodriguez is the ace of the Eagles’ veteran pitching staff.

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On that same paper, so do McHi and PSJA. There are probably some other teams that look pretty darn good on paper. But the game is played on the diamond.

Allen Williams, PSJA ISD’s Landscape & Wildlife Habitat Specialist gives a mini lesson to PSJA students as part of their school’s outside classroom.

Former First Lady Laura Bush during her visit to PSJA ISD recently with students from Geraldine Palmer Elementary, Gisela Chapa from the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge and Allen Williams, PSJA Landscape & Wildlife Habitat Specialist.

PSJA ISD leader named National Wildlife Refuge System Advocate of the Year

PHARR - The National Wildlife Refuge Association recently named Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD’s Landscape & Wildlife Habitat Specialist Allen Williams as the National Wildlife Refuge System Advocate of the Year. Williams

Edinburg CISD elementary and middle school science fair winners pose for a photo during the awards presentations at Canterbury Elementary School and the Edinburg Activity Center. The 2019 Edinburg CISD Elementary School Science Fair winners Campus Cluster A (grades kinder-fifth),
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Edinburg CISD elementary and middle school science fair winners pose for a photo during the awards presentations at Canterbury Elementary School and the Edinburg Activity Center. Pictured top to bottom: 2019 Edinburg CISD Elementary School Science Fair winners Campus Cluster B (grades kinder-fifth), and 2019 Edinburg CISD Middle School Science Fair winners (grades sixth-eighth).

Over 300 winners named in Edinburg CISD annual science fair

EDINBURG – The Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District recently hosted its annual science fair contest, receiving hundreds of entries from students at 38 elementary and middle schools. The Edinburg CISD

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