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Willacy County trying to keep federal lockup open

RAYMONDVILLE — Willacy County officials are trying to keep a federal prison that’s been an economic lifeline for 17 years from shutting down in...

Planning for the future: Raymondville tapping $2.69M stimulus check

RAYMONDVILLE — The city is pumping its $2.69 million stimulus check into projects aimed at helping sustain itself through drought while expanding its 25-year-old...

TPWD extends emergency seatrout regulations

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The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department on Wednesday announced special seatrout limits in the Laguna Madre will be extended for another two months. The continuation...

A brighter day: Chances for flooding in Valley decreasing

As of press time Wednesday, the National Weather Service Brownsville-Rio Grande Valley station was predicting much lower chances for flash flooding along the coast...

‘Safer, cleaner environment’: North Alamo Water Supply opens $13M wastewater plant

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MILA DOCE — Local and state leaders gathered here Thursday morning to celebrate the opening of a $13 million wastewater and sewage treatment plant...

More than 70% of RGV adults have received at least one vaccine dose 

Nearly a month ahead of schedule, the Rio Grande Valley surpassed the goal set by President Joe Biden to have more than 70% of...

Dwindling supply: Though recent rains busted drought, low reservoir levels exacerbated by La Niña

Though weeks of rainfall throughout the Rio Grande Valley may have busted a regional drought, the rains have done little to fill the reservoirs...

‘Etched in our hearts’: Willacy veterans honor fallen soldiers

RAYMONDVILLE — With her pride beaming over her pain, Araceli Saldivar gazed as veterans unveiled Willacy County’s historic war monument carved with Army Spc....

Heavy May rains break back of persistent drought

The months-long drought which has been throttling the Rio Grande Valley has broken. Heavy rains of the past month, unusual by historical climate averages, managed...

Sales tax shows huge jumps from last March

Rio Grande Valley cities outshone much of the rest of Texas in sales tax revenues for March, indicating the bounce-back from the economic bite...
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