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The killer bees in Rio Grande Valley
The killer bees in Rio Grande Valley

The killer bees in Rio Grande Valley

EDINBURG — Were you in the Rio Grande Valley in 1990? Do you remember the fear over a new insect introduced to the area? The Museum of South Texas History presents “Killer Bees! The Panic over Africanized Honeybees in the Rio Grande Valley” featuring Dr. Jamie Starling, a Sunday Speaker Series Online presentation to be held at 2 p.m. Jan. 10 on Facebook Live.

COVID-19 vaccines needed

COVID-19 vaccines needed

It’s clear that Hidalgo County needs more COVID-19 vaccines. The locations where the vaccines have been administered so far have been swamped with people looking for hope. People have stood in line at midnight at a few locations, hoping to get vaccinated the next morning. 

2021 McAllen Marathon to be Held Virtually

2021 McAllen Marathon to be Held Virtually

Due to the ongoing public health concerns of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and in consultation with City of McAllen officials, the 2021 McAllen Marathon Scott Crane Memorial Run will be held as a virtual race experience. The Virtual McAllen Marathon Scott Crane Memorial Run will be supported by a series of virtual events held throughout January 15-17, 2021, the third weekend of January, which has become the traditional McAllen Marathon date.

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