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Editorial: Could Valley’s water shortage be addressed by constructing a dam, reservoir in the...

The Rio Grande Valley isn’t the only place that’s suffering from chronic drought and a critical lack of water. It’s affecting much of Texas and other parts of the Southwestern United States. Officials in other areas are starting to look for ways to conserve depleting supplies of water — and new sources.

Commentary: Protect SPI center habitat

Regarding the proposed expansion of the South Padre Island Convention Center and its potential impact on the significant migratory bird habitat created years ago, I offer the following information:

Vermillion’s tradition still strong: Brownsville establishment nearly 100 years old

BROWNSVILLE — I hear the “Cheers” theme dance through my mind as I enter this restaurant so familiar to me and to so many.

Brownsville Historical Association’s ‘Call for Flags’ ends Saturday

The response to the Brownsville Historical Association’s “Call for Flags” has been robust, according to BHA officials.

Dangerously high temps return to Valley for Memorial Day weekend

The official first day of summer is still a month away, though extreme summer-like weather just won’t leave the Rio Grande Valley alone.

Valley students can visit the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville for free this summer

Looking for something fun to do with the kids this summer?

Polls open for primary runoff elections in Hidalgo and Cameron counties

Early Voting for the May 28 primary runoff elections kicked off Monday morning for six local races in Hidalgo and Cameron counties.

Commentary: U.S.-Japan relations lauded

This April, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida reiterated how “increasingly important” it is that Japan and the United States collaborate on biotechnology during his visit to Washington, D.C.

Letters to the Editor | Week of May 20-25, 2024

Letters to the editor published in The Monitor, Valley Morning Star and The Brownsville Herald during the week of May 20-25, 2024.