Mayor Hernandez

PHARR - February’s sales-tax-allocation report released last week by the Texas State Comptroller reflects sales tax collected during the month of December 2018, and in terms of growth, the city

Dr. Kenneth Fletcher

When Facebook finally goes out of business, I’ll throw a party, because in my opinion, it’s become the cesspool of humanity. Garbage in; garbage out. A sewer of stinking filth
HIDALGO - Approximately a month ago, Jan. 6th or the 7th, the Marine Division of the U.S. Border Patrol discovered something funky going on in the City of Hidalgo: Mexican

Donna North has started its preseason strong and is expected to compete for the district title in 31-6A.

Despite moving up from Class 5A to 6A, Donna North will compete for the district championship this year.

Sophomore Gaby Aviles will help power a talented Donna North squad.

The McHi Bulldogs are still the favorite in District 30-6A after becoming the first girls team in the Valley last year to advance to the state tournament.

McHi’s Bella Diaz (middle) is one of several talented freshman that will keep the Bulldogs among the best in the Valley this year and beyond.

Rio Grande Valley girls soccer preview

While the McAllen High girls soccer team eyes a second straight trip to the state tournament, the fact that they won the 2018 Class 6A Region IV Tournament and advanced

U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-El Paso (left), and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz at their respective election night rallies on Nov. 6, 2018. O’Rourke was in El Paso. Cruz was in Houston.

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Ivan Pierre Aguirre: O’Rourke/Bob Daemmrich: Cruz

How the race between Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke became the closest in Texas in 40 years

“Who?” That was the reaction back in late 2016 from former Houston Mayor Annise Parker when she first heard that a sophomore Democratic congressman from El Paso named Beto O’Rourke

Featured, from left: Hidalgo City Council Member Abram Ramírez, Council Member Linda Ayala, Mayor Sergio Coronado, and Mayor Pro Tem Gustavo “Gus” Sánchez were among city and state leaders present on Saturday, October 6, 2018 for the groundbreaking of Lepowitz Park at the Villa Garza Flores Subdivision. On Wednesday, November 14, 2018, the Hidalgo Mayor, his six colleagues on the Hidalgo City Council, and the Board of Directors of the Hidalgo Economic Development Corporation will host another ceremony, which will take place at the city-owned, $23 million State Farm Hidalgo Arena, to announce the first phase of a major commercial and industrial development, known as the The Hidalgo Infrastructure Project 2018, that will be built near the multi-event complex. The State Farm Hidalgo Arena is located at 2600 N. 10th Street (Hwy. 336).

Photograph By CHARLIE BARRIOS

$54.6 million The Hidalgo Infrastructure Project 2018 set for groundbreaking ceremony November 14

A projected $54.6 million economic development plan, known as The Hidalgo Infrastructure Project 2018, will be celebrated during a 10 a.m. groundbreaking in front of the State Farm Arena on

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ALAMO - Our beloved mother, Hermila E. Garza, 101, departed this world on Thursday, February 7, 2019, at 9:20 p.m.

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