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From the Labor Camps to the Weslaco Mayor’s Office

What a great story, he was born and raised in one of the agricultural labor camps of Weslaco. Today he leads that same city as the Mayor.

Edinburg Chamber of Commerce Names Senior Care of Edinburg Business of...

The Edinburg Chamber of Commerce recently named Senior Care of Edinburg as its September Featured Business of the Month. The selected business, organization, or individual is recognized for their outstanding service, commitment and contribution to the community by the Chamber Ambassador Committee.
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McAllen Crews to Begin Mosquito Spraying Saturday Morning

The City of McAllen Health and Code Enforcement will begin mosquito spraying efforts early tomorrow morning, Saturday, September 21 and will continue as weather permits. Spraying is dependent on weather conditions such as rain and wind speeds.

Pharr to Host 2019 International Trucking Expo TOMORROW, Saturday, Sep. 21 @ 10 am

The City of Pharr is excited to announce that the 2019 Pharr International Trucking Expo will take place from 10 am to 5 pm TOMORROW, Saturday, September 21, 2019, at the Pharr Events Center (3000 N. Cage Blvd) in Pharr. Admission is FREE.

NACEP accreditation top priority for Dual Credit

Dual Credit Programs leadership at South Texas College say they are nearing the end of the accreditation process by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP), which will be among the top priorities for the college as it begins a new year partnering with school districts from across the Valley.

Secretary Hughs Delivers Remarks At AEM Business Summit

Texas Secretary of State Ruth Hughs today attended and delivered opening remarks at the 2019 Asociacion de Empresarios Mexicanos (AEM) Business Summit in Austin.

STC Receives $1.9 Million through Education HEP Grant

South Texas College and the U.S. Department of Education have announced a partnership that will help foster a flexible and affordable path to education for migrant and seasonal farmworkers in South Texas.
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