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New ad campaign to promote coronavirus vaccines in Texas

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — State health officials are launching a $1.5 million radio and television ad campaign to promote the next phase of vaccinating...

Texas GOP opposition to bill on changing ‘Negro’ place names raises sparks

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Chuck Lindell Austin American-Statesman AUSTIN, Texas — With attention focused on a Texas House hearing about competing bills — one to remove Confederate monuments from...

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...

3 more COVID-19 deaths reported in Cameron County

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Three more Cameron County residents have died from COVID-19 related causes, the county health department reported Monday afternoon. This raises the total number of COVID-19 related...

Valley International continues its fight-back for more passengers

HARLINGEN — Valley International Airport continues its recovery from COVID-linked travel declines, posting strong passenger numbers for March although still down 38 percent for...

Cameron County schools start receiving SpaceX donations

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Some area school districts are starting to receive donations SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk announced he would give to Cameron County schools back...

Protesters in Reynosa cross international bridge with message for Biden

Dozens of migrants expelled from the U.S. to Reynosa walked onto the international bridge with a message for President Joe Biden, the first such...

Early voting opens for May 1 election; Voters cast ballots in city, school races

HARLINGEN — Outside the polls Monday, candidates mingled with residents while their supporters waved signs against a backdrop of trailers showing off over-sized campaign...

Rio Hondo among five Valley teams in TGCA softball polls in final week of...

The Rio Hondo Bobcats joined a group of five Class 4A-6A high school softball teams across the Rio Grande Valley to earn spots in...

USDA inspecting trees for citrus canker

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U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) employees in the Valley and surrounding counties are inspecting fruit trees for signs...
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