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Roberto H. Gonzalez
Each year, Noble Texas Builders (NTB), the parent company of Noble Charities Foundation, celebrates multiple fund-raising events.
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Weslaco Mayor David Suarez could not be happier as he took part in the grand opening ceremony for the colossal cotton warehouse in Weslaco.
This year, the residents of the City of Weslaco celebrated its One-Hundredth Anniversary. It is a growing community that has achieved a success that is an example of its resilient community.
Daniel Silva has been Mission EDC’s Chief Executive Officer as of December of 2018. He has worked under two very talented EDC directors, Pat Townsend Jr. and Alex Meade, which he considers ‘his mentors’.
Daniel Silva is the Chief Executive Officer with the Mission Economic Development Corporation as of December of 2018; however, he has been around a lot longer.
This occasion, Brandy Voss aspires to become one of the nine judges of the Supreme Court of Justice and be able to give opinions that represent a different point of view.
The invitation read, "Matt's is celebrating 50 years in business, and we are throwing a big party". That sounded exciting and like a great opportunity, because how many businesses have the privilege of staying in business for that long? Not many, and those that make it, Congratulations!
June 5, 2019 – Surrounded by friends and family, Brandy Voss announced that she was running for Texas Supreme Court Place 7. Friends who support her did not have any problem contributing to her campaign.
Early in December of 2016, Letty Garza, a well-known news broadcaster and her daughter decided to adopt a healthy diet for a few weeks. However, the appeal of a quick diet, sometimes creates a desire, with a vengeance, to go back and eat the opposite and much more, which could bring consequences.
It was 1975 when I first entered the radio business. My first job in this field was with KQXX FM 98.5 radio station located at 608 South 10th Street in McAllen, at that time. The building still stands, it is just across from Pep Boys.