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Roberto H. Gonzalez
In just a few weeks, we have lived and seen unbelievable things. Many are still wondering when this is going to end.
On Monday, February 3, 2020, the City of McAllen celebrated its State of the City event at the McAllen Convention Center as Mayor Jim Darling gave the address.
It is a tradition, for the City of Mission to strengthen the relationship with our brothers in Mexico. They have added the City of Fortin de las Flores from the State of Veracruz as the 26th Sister City.
The Suarez’ Brothers, they have operated Koko’s Mexican Café for thirty years. During that time, they forged friendship with other restaurant owners and together are giving back to the community.
“When the well is dry, we know the worth of water.” – Benjamin Franklin
Victor Escalon Jr. is now the Regional Director for the Department of Public Safety South Texas Region. He serves a district that spans a vast territory from Brownsville, Corpus Christi, and Del Rio, Texas.
I said that it is worth in gold, because of the opportunity that future generations will have to learn from and enjoy the rich history that the McAllen Heritage Center exhibits.
"Wrong does not cease to be wrong because the majority share in it," – Leo Tolstoy
By Roberto Hugo Gonzalez As originally published by Texas Border Business newsprint edition February...
The Rio Grande Valley has grown exponentially in every aspect, especially the economy. I remember how the peso devaluations of the 80s and 90s practically destroyed our modus vivendi.