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Last Updated: Thursday, April 24, 2014 10:12
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UPDATED: Hinojosa: Eagle Ford Shale is a game changer for South Texas
BORDER BUSINESS: Following his participation in the 3rd Annual Conference of the Eagle Ford Shale Consortium, state Sen. Juan Hinojosa has issued a statement about the impact of oil and gas exploration and production in South Texas. The Guardian has the statement if full.

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Perryman: Considering College
HIGHER ED: In a matter of weeks, tens of thousands of students will graduate from Texas universities. These individuals have invested a hefty sum in acquiring their credentials; college tuition and fees averaging $7,650 per year for four-year public institutions across the state.

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New service allows appointments to be made to visit ER
BORDER HEALTH: It seems a contradiction in terms, making an appointment for a week Friday to visit the ER department. But that is the service now on offer at the four emergency rooms operated by South Texas Health Systems. Patients with non-acute conditions have the opportunity to make an appointment for a future visit to the ER.

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FCC invites public to comment on KMBH license renewal application
CULTURA: Rio Grande Valley residents now have an opportunity to officially comment to the Federal Communications Commission on the Diocese of Brownsville’s application to renew its license to operate KMBH-TV. The window of opportunity to support or oppose the license renewal is open until July 1.

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Fans pay tribute to Nobel laureate Garcia Marquez in Mexico City
REUTERS: Fans and family paid their last respects to much-loved Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez on Monday, leaving flowers and playing music in a colorful remembrance of the Nobel laureate and giant of Latin American literature.

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