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News

Lyford CISD police department taking back unwanted prescription drugs April 30

On April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

County to consider designating new revinvestment zone for more windmills

A new reinvestment zone that will benefit a new wind farm could be created in Willacy County if it gets the green light of approval by the commissioners’ court. More...

A MESSAGE FROM THE DENTIST

Ouch! That ice cream hurt my teeth!

Does that hot coffee hurt your teeth? Does brushing or flossing make you wince occasionally? If so, you may have sensitive teeth. More...

County Lifestyles

Lyford Women’s Club

The Lyford Women’s Club met on April 14, 2016 at the Bethel Lutheran Church. More...

Xena the Warrior Princess- research, procrastination and happy endings

The combination of a blank page and a column deadline should be motivating. Should be. More...

Photo

MRS. AMELIA J. RODRIGUEZ of Sebastian was honored with an 80th birthday party on Saturday, April 16, 2016. Family and friends joined the celebration at Los Nortenos in Harlingen, TX. More...

Crime & Courts

RAYMONDVILLE POLICE BLOTTER

APRIL 25 - Criminal mischief, over $100, under $750, 500 blk Sonora. Additional information, 200 blk E. Petra. Incident: information, 600 blk E. Hidalgo. Runaway, 700 blk S. 6th. Lost property, 100 blk S. 1st. Unable to locate victim, 500 blk W. More...

W.C. Sheriff ’s BLOTTER

APRIL 20- Welfare concern, Garcia Rd., San Perlita. APRIL 21- Public intoxication, Lopez Rd., Raymondville. Burglary of a habitation, Bus. 77, Sebastian. Execution of warrant/theft of property, arrested: Gregorio Vasquez, W.C. Sheriff’s Dept. More...

City ready to show off new police station, skateboard park

The new police station on West Hidalgo Avenue and a skateboard board park built on the city’s sports complex at West Durango Avenue will be officially unveiled next week, it was announced during Tuesday’s meeting of the city council. More...

DA’s office gets cameras to aid police with family violence cases

The next time a family violence case is reported, police will use new cameras to assist them in their investigations. More...

Editorial & Columns

Behind the Badge

Life is a marvelous, sometimes bittersweet journey

Life is indeed a journey that goes from being happy to being sad, bittersweet and even at times troubling. If we would have created life ourselves we would have surely made it happy and enjoyable each and every day. More...

Farm & Ranch

TDA Market Recap, April 25, 2016

AUSTIN - (April 25, 2016) For the week ending April 22, 2016, Texas feeder cattle auctions reported prices steady to $18 lower, with one instance of steady to $5 higher. Texas Weekly Direct reported prices $2 to $5 lower. More...

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COTTON MARKET WEEKLY

April 22, 2016 Cotton futures rally, textile mill buying moves to the sidelines

Cotton futures at the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) in New York made an impressive run in the marketing week ended April 21, appearing to ride the coattails of futures trading at China’s Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange (ZCE). More...

Obituaries

C. SHERE VASSBERG

MCALLEN, TX -C. Sheré Vassberg, 78 of McAllen, Texas entered into rest on Sunday April 24, 2016 at the Comfort House in McAllen. She was born July 15, 1937 in Newark, NJ, daughter of George and Julia (Kittick) Sundra. More...

In Loving Memory of

Pedro Salinas

8/5/1944 - 4/28/1996 Dad, More...

Card of Thanks

A heartfelt thank you for all the love and support provided during our recent bereavement. All the prayers, visits, food and floral gifts in memory of Eugenio “Uncle Geno” More...

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