HIDALGO — The entertainment lineup is set for this year’s BorderFest here, which includes its inaugural cookoff competition.
Many families attend Charro Days annual Grand International Parade Saturday afternoon in downtown Brownsville. (Miguel Roberts/The Brownsville Herald)
EDINBURG — The rumbling engine sounds of a truck echoed throughout the arena Saturday as the Mega Wrex monster truck made its way onto the pit.
Students in Diana Sanchez’s Spanish classes at Besteiro Middle School upstaged the BISD Children’s Charro Days Parade a little bit Thursday morning.
Betty Samuel Landreth can still remember riding in the very first Charro Days parade as a high school junior in 1938 and going to a ball at the El Jardin Hotel back when it was “the place to be in Brownsville.”
The Lenten season began Wednesday with Christians around the world gathering to attend Ash Wednesday services.