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Brenda Enriquez, an Advocate for Mission Chamber Members

When she said she is ‘Ready to Rock and Roll’, she means it. Brenda Enriquez, the President and CEO for the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce
CIL breaks ground on 282,500 sq. ft. of New Warehouse Spaces for cotton distribution. The company, headed by Joaquin Spamer, president, has been able to capture the cotton distribution process exporting through Mexico and sending to the Asian markets. Texas Senator Eddie Lucio, Jr. acted as the keynote speaker for the ceremony attended by David Suarez, Weslaco Mayor and other Economic Development officials, among them Marie Mcdermott, EDC Director.

CIL Breaks Ground on New Warehouse in Weslaco

Its Footprint in Cotton Distribution Continues to Grow CIL breaks ground on 282,500 sq. ft. of New Warehouse...
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Adriana Rendon Takes Over the Boys and Girls Club Chief Executive Position in Edinburg

Boys & Girls Clubs of Edinburg RGV has announced that Sabrina Walker Hernandez is retiring as the Chief Executive Officer and current Deputy CEO Adriana Rendon will be appointed as her successor.
At a special signing ceremony on May 13, South Texas College President Dr. Shirley A. Reed and Western Governor’s University Chancellor Dr. Steven Johnson signed an agreement that will seek to further students’ education by utilizing course offerings available at WGU.

WGU Texas, South Texas College Sign Agreement to Make Higher Education More Accessible

Western Governors University (WGU) Texas and South Texas College (STC) have announced a new partnership that will streamline the process for STC graduates, employees, and staff pursuing bachelor and master’s degrees.
Featured, from left: Rep. Eddie Lucio, III, D-Brownsville; Rep. Sergio Muñoz, D-Mission; Rep. Alex Domínguez, D-Brownsville; Rep. Óscar Longoria, D-La Joya; Rep. Terry Canales, D-Edinburg; and Rep. Armando “Mando” Martínez, D-Weslaco. Photo Courtesy REP. ARMANDO “MANDO” MARTÍNEZ

Texas House of Representatives Authorized a 52 Million dollars Law School Building

A major milestone for higher education in deep South Texas took place on Monday, May 1, 2019, when the House of Representatives approved House Bill 103, whose author is Rep. Armando “Mando” Martínez, D-Weslaco, that calls for the establishment of a public law school in the Rio Grande Valley.

Texas Game Wardens Stress Boating Safety Ahead of Memorial Day Weekend

Last year, 29 boating fatalities and hundreds of boat accidents and injuries occurred on Texas waters. As part of National Safe Boating Week May 18-24, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement are reminding Texans to be safe this Memorial Day weekend and all summer long

Renée Rodriguez-Betancourt honored by Texas Bar Foundation

The Hon. Renée Rodriguez-Betancourt, presiding Judge of the 449th District Court, has been elected to membership in the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation.
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