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Payless ShoeSource closing all 2,100 U.S. stores, starting liquidation sales Sunday

Payless ShoeSource confirmed Friday that it will close its 2,100 stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico and start liquidation sales Sunday. The company is also shuttering its e-commerce operations.

City of Mission reinforces support for firefighter

City will request to go before TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool board Texas Border Business Mission, TX- The Mission City Council held a special meeting Feb. 6,...

City of Mission continues to fully support firefighter

The City of Mission has just been made aware of a lawsuit that has been filed by the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool (TMLIRP) against Mission firefighter Homer Salinas.
Jaime Tijerina, currently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Reserves’ Judge Advocate General’s Corps and is a veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan.  Photo by Roberto Hugo Gonzalez

Governor Abbott Appoints Tijerina To 464th Judicial District Court

Appointment Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Jaime Tijerina to the 464th Judicial District Court for a term set to expire on December 31, 2020, or until his successor shall be duly elected and qualified.

87th year and the Texas Citrus Fiesta successful as ever

The citrus industry in the Rio Grande Valley was still young when Mission resident Paul Ord and the Young Men’s Business League organized the first Texas Citrus Fiesta in 1932. The celebration was seen as a way of promoting the winter harvest of grapefruits and oranges in the Valley.

Hasta la Vista Lunch Honors Eduardo Bernal Martinez former Consul of Mexico

The purpose of the lunch was to thank Consul Eduardo Bernal for its great support to the City during his tenure as Consul of Mexico in McAllen.

Rep. Cuellar Votes for Bipartisan Package to Reopen the Federal Government

Today, Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28), a member of the U.S. House Appropriations Committee and Subcommittees of Homeland Security, Defense and Agriculture, voted in support of H.R. 648, a bipartisan package to reopen the federal government and fund all agencies outside Homeland Security through September 30.

New Dog Park in Mission

City of Mission Leaders celebrated one of two new dog parks January 19, 2019, with a “Leash Cutting” Ceremony at the Bannworth Park on 1822 N. Shary Road. The City of Mission’s two new two-acre playgrounds where Mission’s four-legged friends and citizens can socialize and exercise while surrounded by gardens of butterflies and numerous shade trees.

McAllen International CarFest: Bigger and Tougher Than Ever Before

The ninth annual McAllen International CarFest kicks off next weekend, starting on Friday, January 25 and continuing through Sunday, January 27, 2019. This year, organizers have added a number of new activities to the event schedule, including an Off-Road Extreme 4x4 Obstacle Course, a LEGO© Derby Race, a bar-be-que cook-off and more.
Yadi Robles, Fred Robles presenting check to Children's Advocacy Center Development Directors Tracy Gerdes and Pat Blum.

Yadi & Fred Robles Help Give Hope, Healing and Justice to Child Abuse Victims...

Yadi & Fred Robles of Rio Valley Meat are giving back to the community by partnering with the Children’s Advocacy Center of Hidalgo County to provide services to victims of child abuse.