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Operation Border Health Preparedness kicks off in San Juan

SAN JUAN — For 25 years, Operation Border Health Preparedness has provided Valley residents much needed free medical services from immunizations for all ages to dental services to vision exams with a mobile lab to make prescription glasses at location.

Operation Border Health brings free check-ups to Valley

This year's Operation Border Health Preparedness event will feature free medical services for the public including dental and vision care.

Former San Juan Mayor Juan Maldonado remembered for activism, public service

Local leaders are remembering the life of a man who kicked open the door of opportunity for Latino men and women in the Rio Grande Valley.

See how Texas scored Hidalgo County school districts

The Texas Education Agency released the 2024 STAAR End-of-Course assessment results with some Hidalgo County school districts being close to, on par or surpassing state averages in categories while some school districts were completely under in almost all end-of-course exams.

Edinburg man in San Juan standoff with police sentenced for drug possession

An Edinburg resident who was at the location of a standoff with police where five people were charged with attempted capital murder of a peace officer was sentenced to prison on drug possession charges, according to court documents.

Illegal gambling bust nets 4 arrests, 77 machines in San Juan

Four employees of a San Juan game room were arrested and 77 gambling machines were seized in a raid Wednesday evening, the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office said in a news release.

Valley to celebrate America on the Fourth with food, fireworks

Freedom is not free, but celebrating freedom is.

Opponents of San Juan Hotel plans disappointed in city’s ‘Open House’

SAN JUAN — A meeting intended to share ideas about the revitalization of the San Juan downtown area grew tense when many in attendance were informed that the San Juan Hotel would not be discussed.

Source of La Joya ISD’s public office ban a costly mystery for taxpayers

The La Joya Independent School District policy barring employees from holding public office has caused a ripple effect well outside of the district's boundaries resulting in multiple resignations, prompting cities to call special elections — all at the cost of the taxpayer.

Priest asks for items taken from San Juan shrine after plane crash to be...

SAN JUAN — The history of the Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of San Juan del Valle tells the story of not only San Juan but the Rio Grande Valley.