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Texas Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa

Op-Ed:  Education & Workforce Development Vital to Texas Economy, By State Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa  

Texas Border Business The future of our state depends on a healthy, educated, and prepared workforce to meet evolving market demands. We must continue to...
Elva M. Cerda honored because of her endless, passion and dedication to multiple projects that involve nonprofit organizations. She is considered one of the icons for McAllen and the region.

Elva Cerda one of McAllen’s Icons Honored at the Mayor’s Prayer Luncheon

Texas Border Business The McAllen Heritage Center is pleased to announce that Elva M. Cerda, MHC Director was recognized at the 2018 47th Annual McAllen...

Taylor Kovar

Taylor was raised by good ol’ blue-collar workers, and following in their footsteps led him to take on massive debt at a very young age....
TaxFree Weekend April 28-30, 2018

A Reminder from Senator Hinojosa:  Sales Tax Holiday on Emergency Preparation Supplies, April 28...

Texas Border Business Austin, Texas -  Senator Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa wants to remind Texans that the Texas Sales Tax Holiday on Emergency Preparation Supplies is coming up...
Photo courtesy The White House

Statement on Barbara Bush from the White House

Texas Border Business Former First Lady Barbara Bush passed away yesterday in Houston, Texas. She was 92. Along with Abigail Adams, Mrs. Bush is one...
To help Rio Grande Valley farmers battle the scourge of Citrus Greening Disease, Congressman Cuellar advocated for and secured over $65 million for citrus health and the Huanglongbing Multi-Agency Coordination Group operated through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS).

Rep. Cuellar Announces Over $120 Million to Help Citrus Growers

Cuellar works with Appropriations Committee members to provide funds for Rio Grande Valley citrus industry Texas Border Business Washington — Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28), a member...

Exclusive: Danny Gurwitz and His Quest of Enhancing the Quality of Life for the...

By Roberto Hugo González As originally published by Texas Border Business newsprint edition April 2018 Danny Gurwitz is a litigator who has been with Atlas,...
The Office of Veterans Affairs at South Texas College has organized its next Veterans Expo to be held on three campuses beginning April 17. The first Expo will take place at STC's Technology Campus. The Pecan Campus Veterans Expo will take place at the library on April 18, and the Mid-Valley Expo will take place on April 25. Time for all events are from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Created as a resource for veterans in the community, the Expo will consist of area vendors who be on hand distributing information of the benefits and services available to them.

Veterans Encouraged to Take Advantage of Education Benefits at Expo

Texas Border Business McAllen, Texas – South Texas College (STC) student Juan Manuel Hernandez talks about his motivation to return to school despite not being...
McAllen Chamber of Commerce cuts the ribbon at Advertir’s 40th anniversary reception. In the center in black polos are the staff, from left Vanessa Robledo, office manager, Christopher Julian, President, Gladys Rodriguez, sales assistant & Ralph De Anda, V.P

Ad Agency Celebrates 40 Years in Business

Texas Border Business McAllen, Texas - Advertir, Inc a full-service marketing & advertising agency celebrated their 40th Anniversary in business recently. They held a reception...
Today, final Tax Day under the old code, Speaker Ryan spoke about Tax Cuts and Jobs Act video

Video: Speaker Ryan: ‘This Law Is Improving People’s Lives Every Day’

Texas Border Business Summary: Today, to mark the final Tax Day under the old code, Speaker Ryan spoke about how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is...
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