The Pharr EDC is proud to foster collaborative partnerships that help further educational and workforce advancement opportunities for students and working adults alike. One such partnerships is the Valley Initiative for Development and Advancement (VIDA), a community-based, nonprofit 501 (c) (3) agency dedicated to empowering the underserved residents of our region with the tools, education, and training needed to become self-sufficient while fueling the growth of existing employers and increasing recruitment of new investment to the area by developing a highly skilled workforce.
With regard to COVID-19, do you want to read the bad news first, or the good news? You might want to choose the bad news, because, well, after just getting off the phone with Ivan Melendez, M.D., Hidalgo County’s Health Authority, listening to what he had to say, the good news seems to be in short supply if not downright absent from sight these days.
The continuing IDEA Public Schools (charter school) legal saga continues as one reads its court response to a breach-of-contract lawsuit filed by its former chief financial officer, Californiabased Wyatt Truscheit, this past August, less than a month after he resigned from the charter.
PHARR – Beginning Wednesday, October 28, 2020 the Sugar Road exit ramp on westbound I-2 will be closed until the final stage of construction of the I-2 / I-69C Interchange Project.
PHARR -- People who follow PSJA politics have known for some time that PSJA ISD’s new superintendent, Jorge L. Arredondo, or at least his style of leadership, was going to become an issue this school board race.