Valley Morning Star

New indoor multipurpose facility is near completion

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The vision of San Benito CISD is to be the gold standard in all areas of public education.This vision holds true in academics, athletics,...

Harlingen proposes its first food truck park; commissioners to hold public hearing

HARLINGEN — Across much of the country, food trucks have been dishing out their popular street-side specialties at so-called food truck parks for years. Now,...

Hawk works on Eagle Scout project to help teachers

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Christopher Ringheanu, a senior at Harlingen High School South, spent an entire weekend painting, refurbishing, and reorganizing the teacher lounge at his campus. This renovation was a...

Mid-week looks like a good bet for some rain

HARLINGEN — Dueling high pressure systems impacting the Rio Grande Valley mean abnormally high temperatures this week with the possibility of three days with...

Spence retires after 35 years as Willacy County sheriff

RAYMONDVILLE — During the 35 years he wore his badge, Sheriff Larry Spence’s star touched the lives of most families across Willacy County’s farm...

Texas’ second longest-serving sheriff steps down as Willacy County’s top lawman

RAYMONDVILLE — During the 35 years he wore his badge, Sheriff Larry Spence’s star touched the lives of most families across Willacy County’s farm...

From Baked Alaska to a guy with horns: notable riot arrests

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WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 125 people have been arrested so far on charges related to the violent insurrection led by supporters of President...

Trump extends national emergency proclamation

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Four days before President Donald Trump’s term in office expires, he issued a notice extending a national emergency proclamation — which cleared way for...

Street vending: South Padre Island addresses food truck litigation

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND — Cameron County District Court Judge Arturo Cisneros Nelson struck down South Padre Island’s food truck permit cap and restaurant permission...

Automotive Technology at TSTC drives students toward thriving career

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The revving of engines is music to the ears of students and  instructors alike in Texas State Technical College’s Automotive Technology program. According to the...