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6 McAllen ISD mariachi students participate in TMEA event

Six McAllen ISD mariachi students, selected through an audition, took part in the 24th Annual Texas Music Educators Association

Early Voting for McAllen Commission Districts 4 and 5 Begins April 22, 2019 Election...

The City of McAllen is holding a regular election for registered voter residents of McAllen City Commission Districts 4 and 5 on Saturday, May 4, 2019.

RGV HWNT Chapter to Host State Convention

The RGV Chapter of the Hispanic Women's Network of Texas is gleaming with pride as they prepare to host the State HWNT Convention in McAllen on October 4th - 6th at The Embassy Suites.

Edinburg Rotary highlights ECISD Fine Arts Program

The Edinburg Rotary Club recently highlighted the Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District’s Fine Arts Program during its luncheon meeting at the Echo Hotel in Edinburg.

Student success to be highlighted at College and Career Readiness Summit

Student success is at the forefront of priorities for this year’s College and Career Readiness Summit taking place April 15.

PSJA Memorial Early College HS yearbook cover recognized Nationally

The cover of the 21st volume The Wolverine yearbook has been recognized as innovative and creative by Josten’s Look Book– a publication that showcases the best of the best in yearbook design and coverage.

Texas Lawmakers Introduce Bipartisan Energy Diplomacy Act

Congressmen Vicente Gonzalez (TX-15), Ron Wright (TX-06), and Ranking Member Mike McCaul (TX-10) have introduced H.R. 2046

Boys & Girls Clubs of Edinburg RGV Members Wins Texas Zero Robotics Competition

Boys & Girls Clubs of Edinburg RGV Zero Robotics team for the 3rd consecutive year took 1st place in the state Texas at the final International Space Station (ISS) competition held at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.

PSJA ISD alumnus presents scientific research on cattle fever ticks on behalf of USDA in...

Ernesto Reyes, a PSJA North High School Class of 2010 alumnus and current South Texas College student, recently presented on behalf of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and STC about his research focused on nematodes for control of cattle fever ticks in the Rio Grande Valley.

Plan While You Can: College and Young Adult Drunk Driving

Spring break is a particularly dangerous and deadly time on Texas roadways. Each Spring Break, hundreds of young, promising lives are cut short due to the fateful decision to get behind the wheel and drive drunk.