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Tu Salud: The deliberate act of being well

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By Lisa Mitchell-Bennett, Tu Salud Despite challenging circumstances, there are humans who are capable of finding a state of well-being even in the harshest of conditions....

Harlingen Happengings

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By Mary Torres The world of genealogy and family history research is constantly changing. The major sites such as Ancestry.com, Myheritage.com, Findmypast.com, FamilySearch.org, and others...

Back to nature: Kids are kids as Camp Perry opens again

RIO HONODO — They’re back. The kids, the adults, the fun, vitality and camaraderie have returned to Camp Perry. “I got one!” said a young girl...

Year into pandemic, events return reimagined

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A year has passed since the dawn of the pandemic forced the abrupt cancellation of community events. But time, knowledge and the growing accessibility...

Kidney recipient reflects on years waiting for transplant

Etched onto Anjanette Gonzales’ left thigh are two long scars, dark ridges that seem to draw out parentheses on her lap. Tough words lie in...

Alliance fights to preserve life via donations

Edwina Garza of the Texas Organ Sharing Alliance considers organ donations as a person’s opportunity for a “last act of charity.” Donations are not limited...

Valley Baptist chaplain named recipient of Tenet Hall of Fame honor

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Valley Baptist Medical Center-Brownsville’s Paul Luna has made it his life’s mission to offer emotional and spiritual support to patients, their families, and hospital...

Harlingen Farmers Market awarded grant from Capital Farm Credit

HARLINGEN — A new funding opportunity will help expand the activities of the Harlingen Farmers Market. Capital Farm Credit awarded 22 Texas farmers markets, including...

Dr. Nolan Perez reappointed to UT Board of Regents

HARLINGEN — He’s back. Not that he ever left, but Dr. Nolan Perez has so impressed Gov. Greg Abbott that he’s been reappointed for second...

Port Isabel student a winner of Millionaire Club contest

PORT ISABEL — For five weeks, high school freshman Ghesline Medina and other GEAR UP students learned about money management and investment through a...