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San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, a Democrat, and state Sen. Dan Patrick, a Republican from Houston, debated immigration and border security on Univision on Tuesday evening. It was not on the agenda, but Patrick, GOP frontrunner for lieutenant governor, often steered the conversation towards right to life issues.
Invitations have gone out to VIPs to attend Edinburg Mayor Richard Garcia’s State of the City Address. The luncheon event takes place in the new 500-seat ballroom at the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance on April 24. “Everything is positive for us. Retailers look at rooftops and we have more and more of these,” Garcia said.
Longtime Mission Mayor Norberto “Beto” Salinas says he will not accept invitations to debate his two mayoral challengers. Salinas said the voters of Mission know him well enough to form an opinion, without watching him in a debate. He pointed out Mission drew $107.8 million in building permits in 2013, a 125.5 percent increase on 2012.
Feliz Garcia, director of business development for Ero Architects, is pictured next to an artist’s impression of what the new Hidalgo County Courthouse would look like. Ero made a presentation on the project to Hidalgo County Commissioners and Edinburg City Councilmembers on Tuesday. Ero will announce the cost in a few weeks.
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Moves afoot to un-designate Hidalgo County Courthouse as historic
Hidalgo County Judge Ramon Garcia is looking for the Rio Grande Valley legislative delegation to pass a bill un-designating the county courthouse as an historic building so that it can be demolished.
Interim Sheriff Eddie Guerra reacts to Treviño's guilty plea
Former Hidalgo County Sheriff Guadalupe 'Lupe' Treviño has entered a guilty plea to a "criminal information" charging him with conspiracy to commit money laundering, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson has announced.
Valley leaders grapple with The Triangle's dominance
An absorbing discussion took place this week among Rio Grande Valley economic development leaders on how to lure state incentive dollars from The Triangle to regions such as East, West, and South Texas.
Barnes and Villalba will meet after all
McAllen/Hidalgo County Tea Party President Jim Barnes will meet with state Rep. Jason Villalba after all.
Realizan en ciudad Mier marcha y bloqueos en protesta por hechos violentos
El edil, Roberto González González, quien encabezo los movientes de protesta demando al gobierno federal y estatal mayor seguridad y vigilancia a fin de evitar que grupos delictivos se apoderen de ese municipio.
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Economist looks at a perennial problem for physicians

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Garcia wants to know where the drainage bond money went

media Hinojosa: Delta area deserves South Texas College campus

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