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Mission City Council to discuss attorney’s resignation, replacement

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Big 7 Wrestling: State Championships Recap

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Despite the La Joya Coyotes aggressive defense, the Mission Eagle came out on top with the win. Final score Mission 4, La Joya 1. Photo by: Mario Magallon

A Tuesday Night Doubleheader

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Sharyland Pioneer Diamondbacks celebrate the win during last Tuesday's playoff match against Weslaco East Wildcats.  Progress Times photo by Joe Vela.

Big 7 Boys Basketball: Bi-district round recap

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Peñitas flower shop owner faces second arrest

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McAllen ISD board approves schoolyard forests agreement with city, Quinta

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Sen. Juan ‘Chuy’ Hinojosa and Pct. 3 Commissioner Everardo ‘Ever’ Villarreal (center) stand with Hidalgo County representatives, Alton city mayor and commission, and construction staff on Tuesday, February 13, 2024. Photo by Maria Ruiz/Progress Times.

Pct. 3, Hidalgo County break ground on Juan ‘Chuy’ Hinojosa community complex

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McAllen school board approves calendar after criticism

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VMHS senior grows 2-foot broccoli plant

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Alton PD joins local Texas Anti-Gang Center program

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City of Mission liquidity concerns persisted through 2023

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Facing $20 million cumulative deficit, McAllen ISD begins budget work

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Edinburg and McAllen unify with Hike & Bike Trail

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Mission orders May charter election

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Big 7 Wrestling: State Championships Recap

February 22, 2024

Rattlers show out in Houston The 23-24 high school wrestling season ended last week in Houston, Texas, as thousands of fans packed the Berry Center in Cypress to watch hundreds of the state’s premiere 5A and 6A wrestlers compete at the UIL State Championships. Seven Big 7 wrestlers from Sharyland High School, La Joya High…

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A Tuesday Night Doubleheader

February 22, 2024

Eagles and Coyotes go head-to-head La Joya Pack Stadium hosted a District 31-6A soccer doubleheader matchup between the Mission Eagles and the La Joya Coyotes. The Lady Eagles and the Lady Coyotes started it all off that night. The Lady Coyotes went into this game on a three game win streak. They got off to…

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Big 7 Boys Basketball: Bi-district round recap

February 22, 2024

Underdog Diamondbacks advance The Sharyland Pioneer Diamondbacks remain as the lone Big 7 survivor after the bi-district round of the 2024 UIL Boys State Basketball Playoffs. The La Joya Palmview Lobos, La Joya Coyotes, and Mission Eagles have all been eliminated. As a result, the Diamondbacks have advance to the Area round, where they will…

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Three Mission parks to get restrooms

February 26, 2024

The City of Mission approved the construction of new restroom facilities in three parks — Astroland, Catholic War Veterans (CWV) and Oblate. Each recreational area will have two family-style restrooms and two water fountains.  Although Oblate and Astroland are smaller parks (known as neighborhood parks) and do not usually have restrooms, Director of Parks and…

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Mission to paint homes for residents in need

February 26, 2024

The Paint Mission Beautiful initiative is part of Mission’s ongoing effort to enrich the city’s façade. Leadership created the program to help low-income, elderly and disabled families revamp their homes at no cost. With the help of volunteers and donors, the city will spend Saturdays painting homes and landscaping yards for Mission residents in need. …

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Internal auditor position on Mission’s ballot

February 26, 2024

Mission constituents will vote on 24 propositions in the May charter election. The 24 propositions were recommended by the Charter Review Committee — a group of residents that city council assembled to examine Mission’s charter and amend it fully for the first time in 37 years. Among the propositions is an amendment establishing the internal…

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