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Rattlers and Coyotes play on

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Hidalgo County EMS and Pharr reach agreement on ambulance service for western Hidalgo County

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Hidalgo County EMS may shut down next week

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Judge sets bond at $75,000 for Peñitas chief of staff

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After arrest on gun charge, Peñitas chief of staff makes first appearance in federal court

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Peñitas chief of staff arrested on federal firearms charge

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What does Loyalty look like at Sharyland ISD?

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Spring successes for Big 7 boys

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A season to remember

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TWDB Approves Funding for the City of Alton from the Flood Infrastructure Fund

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Peñitas may hire economic development coordinator

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Crackdown on smuggling leads to spike in vehicle pursuits

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Sullivan City welcomes new mayor

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DEA arrests Donna police sergeant on drug charges

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City of Mission called out for violating their ordinance

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Rattlers and Coyotes play on

May 14, 2021

And then there were two. Of the five Big 7 baseball teams that qualified for the UIL state playoffs, the Coyotes, the Diamondbacks, the Lobos, the Patriots and the Rattlers, only the Coyotes and the Rattlers won their bi-district round matchups and earned the right to play on. Will they continue their winning ways? Only…

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Covering their bases

May 14, 2021

Pioneer softball readies for third round The softball diamond at Sharyland Pioneer High School was pretty quiet this past Tuesday afternoon. It wasn’t because the softball season is over though. In fact the Lady Diamondbacks will be in action tonight in San Diego; making their first ever appearance in the UIL Class 5A Region IV…

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What does Loyalty look like at Sharyland ISD?

May 8, 2021

Loyalty is a word that Mr. Hector Madrigal former long time principal at Sharyland High School spoke about often. Mr. Madrigal would tell incoming staff that he expected loyalty. Loyalty to the school, the district, and the community. In turn for their loyalty employees would gain his respect. What does loyalty look like now at…

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Hidalgo County EMS and Pharr reach agreement on ambulance service for western Hidalgo County

May 14, 2021

Attorneys for Hidalgo County EMS and the city of Pharr told a judge Friday they had agreed on a transition plan for ambulance service in Pharr, western Hidalgo County and the Delta. Pharr EMS will start responding to ambulance calls within Pharr city limits at 6 a.m. Saturday. Hidalgo County EMS will maintain ambulance service…

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Hidalgo County EMS may shut down next week

May 14, 2021

After more than 19 months in bankruptcy, Hidalgo County EMS may shut down next week. The decision to shut down Hidalgo County EMS before Pharr EMS is fully operational, though, could force western Hidalgo County and the Delta to rely on a regional emergency plan for ambulance service. U.S. District Judge David R. Jones discussed…

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Judge sets bond at $75,000 for Peñitas chief of staff

May 13, 2021

A judge set bond at $75,000 for Peñitas Chief of Staff Andy Morales on Thursday — two days after the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives arrested him. During a hearing on Thursday afternoon, U.S. Magistrate Judge J. Scott Hacker set bond at $75,000 with a $3,500 cash deposit. Morales, who is jailed…

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