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City of San Juan Hosts Annual Noche De Paz Christmas Celebration

The City of San Juan held their annual Christmas holiday event, "Noche de Paz" for the community on Saturday, December 8, 2018.

PSJA Bear Trey Guajardo signs with UTRGV Baseball

PSJA Early College High School Athlete Trey Guajardo signed with the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley on Monday, Dec. 17 to join the Vaquero Baseball Team. He was joined by his family, coaches, and friends.
Marimba Roja

Symphony of Colors Combines Indigenous Wixárika Art and Musical Instruments

On Saturday, January 19, 2019, the International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS) will open the internationally acclaimed Symphony of Color exhibition in association with the Hermes Music Foundation, the Secretaria de Cultura en Mexico, and the Festival de Música Contemporánea para un Mundo Mejor.
Rodney Franklin

Rodney Franklin Named Texas State Parks Division Director

Rodney Franklin, a 27-year veteran of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, has been selected as the Texas State Parks Division Director.
Weslaco AirPort. photo taken in 2017 and only for illustration of this article. By Roberto Hugo Gonzalez

Flight School to Open in Weslaco’s Mid Valley Airport.

The Economic Development Corporation of Weslaco announces the opening of the Texas Aviation Academy (TAA) Part 141 flight school, a full-service aviation provider.
Casa McAllen Director Silvia Garza, third from left, hosted a group of Mont5errey media representatives for a breakfast meeting recently.

Casa McAllen Hosts Media Breakfast

Silvia Garza, Director and Vice President of the McAllen Chamber of Commerce’s Casa McAllen in Monterrey, recently hosted a breakfast for local media representatives.
Edinburg CISD fifth-graders use their Chromebooks during their math class at Brewster School in northern Hidalgo County.

200 ECISD students receive Chromebooks, mobile hotspots

Approximately 200 fifth-grade students from the Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District recently received Chromebooks and mobile hotspots to use off-campus thanks to a $150,000 grant from the Texas Education Agency (TEA).

Congressman Gonzalez Highlights Potential Threats of Government Shutdown, Urges Prompt Passage of Funding Package

Congressman Vicente Gonzalez (TX-15) today warned fellow Members of Congress and the American people about the threats and effects of a potential government shutdown.

Rep. Cuellar Appreciates Sending Troops Home for the Holidays Calls for Remaining troops to...

Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28) has continually called for U.S. Troops on the border to be sent home for the holidays and to not extend their mission past the expiration date.
Serena Pandos

IMAS Prepares for Leadership Transition

IMAS President and Executive Director, Serena Pandos, announced today that she will be resigning from the International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS) effective January 10, 2019.