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Texas A&M Citrus Center internships open doors for new class of TSTC biology students

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HARLINGEN — Texas State Technical College biology students have the chance to cultivate their lab skills in an internship at the Texas A&M University-Kingsville...

Mission school board OKs compensation plan

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The Mission CISD Board of Trustees approved a compensation plan during Wednesday’s school board meeting. According to a news release from the district, the compensation...

Relief for all: South Texas College to forgive $2M in student debt

Over 3,000 South Texas College students with unpaid balances from recent semesters will have the burden of tuition debt lifted off their shoulders after...

McAllen Memorial names Patterson interim football head coach

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McAllen ISD announced Tuesday it has named McAllen Memorial defensive coordinator Walter Moses Patterson to be the program’s interim football head coach. Patterson will...

Local tutor overcomes language barrier, finds his path at TSC

Aaron Ong chose Texas Southmost College for its proximity to home and affordability, but what he got from the college was more than he...

UTRGV: $40M donation to help students finish degrees

A $40 million donation earmarked for the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley will have a significant impact on students — potentially allowing them...

Making learning fun: Port Isabel math, computer teacher named District Teacher of Year

PORT ISABEL — When Luis Rincones parted ways with his career in the banking industry, he thought about what other path he could pursue. During...

Bridge of opportunity: TSC student takes daily walk toward success

Every morning at 5:30 a.m. Darin Molina catches a bus in Matamoros, to the Gateway International Bridge, where he proceeds to walk across, rain...

Donna school board names acting superintendent

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The Donna school district announced Thursday that its board of trustees voted to appoint an acting superintendent. In a news release, the district announced that...

New chapter: TSC nursing assistant class honored with ceremony

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At only 18-years-old, Citlaly Barragan earned her certificate as a nursing assistant from Texas Southmost College before earning her diploma from Los Fresnos High...
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