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Roberto H. Gonzalez

Roberto H. Gonzalez
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Publisher at Texas Border Business and Mega Doctor News. Roberto Hugo Gonzalez is the 2009 SBA Journalist of the Year Award Winner & The 2009 and 2012 Paul Harris Award recipient.

Dr. Elaine Howard, New Leadership and Visions for Sharyland ISD

The event, hosted by Superintendent Dr. Maria M. Vidaurri and the Sharyland ISD Board of Trustees, provided an opportunity for Texas Border Business and community members to engage in meaningful dialogue with Dr. Howard.

Texas Woman’s University Opens New Outreach Center in Mission

The event was a formal inauguration and a significant step towards making higher education and entrepreneurial resources more accessible in the Valley.

Judge Ramon Reflects on a Lifetime of Achievement as Retirement Approaches

State District Court Judge Israel Ramon, Jr., has declared that he will not run for re-election and intends to retire at the end of his current term on December 31, 2024, closing out sixteen years on the bench of the 430th District Court.

Secretary Nelson Leads the Border Trade Advisory Committee Meeting in Brownsville

Secretary Nelson emphasized Texas' leadership role in international trade and contributing to a robust state economy.

Mission EDC Celebrates the Success of the 9th Annual Viva Fresh Expo in Houston

This year's expo brought together a diverse group of professionals, including farmers, wholesalers, retailers, packers, and shippers.

Edinburg’s Strategic Land and Industrial Growth

Texas Border Business By Roberto Hugo González McAllen, TX - To continue fostering community engagement and promoting informed economic discourse, the McAllen Citizens League (MCL), backed...

The Story of The Santa Fe Steakhouse Wine Classic and Its Impact on the...

The foundation recently hosted its 13th annual Santa Fe Steakhouse Wine Classic, South Texas's premier culinary festival, under the theme "A Spanish Affair to Remember." This immersive cultural experience promised and delivered an evening of romance, entertainment, and, most importantly, a commitment to the future of the Valley's youth.

The Economic Implications of Water Scarcity in Texas Created by Geopolitical Games in Mexico

Darling explained the complex water dynamics between the United States and Mexico, emphasizing the longstanding deficit in water delivery from Mexico.

South Texas College and UAT Sign Historic MOU

This approach not only redefines the perception of the area as merely borderland but as a key neuralgic center, especially relevant in the context of nearshoring.

Pioneering ATV Safety in the Rio Grande Valley

Texas Border Business By Roberto Hugo González In the Rio Grande Valley, the thrill of navigating the rugged terrain on All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and Utility Task...

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