Pascale Ferrier. Courtesy of Hidalgo County

Canadian woman accused of mailing poison to President Trump, local law enforcement agencies

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STC Theatre goes virtual this season

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Mission modifies COVID-19 guidelines and discusses future of 2020 events

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EDA awards $3M to Mission

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Sonny Detmer remembered

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Hidalgo County Health Authority Dr. Ivan Melendez

RGV excluded from next phase of state reopening process

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Palmview approves $6.7M budget, lower tax rate

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Mission discusses all-inclusive park design

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Sharyland, are you ready for some football?

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The Texas Citrus Fiesta Royal Court Float at the TCF Parade of Oranges Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020

‘Let Your Dream Blossom’

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Careers Unlimited helps keep people connected to hospitalized loved ones

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From left: Dylan Andrew Lopez, Yamileth Garza and Matthew Deion Veliz during their arraignment for their involvement in a drug deal that resulted in one hospitalization Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020. Progress Times photo by Jose De Leon III

Three charged in assault in Madero area

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COVID-19 death toll surpasses 1,600, ICU hospitalizations increase

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Hidalgo County reports 25 more COVID-19 deaths

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23 Hidalgo County residents die from COVID-19 complications

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Pascale Ferrier. Courtesy of Hidalgo County

Woman accused of mailing ricin to President Trump, Valley law enforcement agencies identified

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4 arrested in shooting near Madero area

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22 new COVID-19 deaths reported in Hidalgo County

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Palmhurst reviews minimum control measures for stormwater detention

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A staff member with the Sharyland Child Nutrition Program delivers meals through the district’s free Grab and Go Curbside Meals program Friday, Sept. 14, 2020. Courtesy photo.

Nearly 1 million meals distributed by Sharyland ISD

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Canadian woman accused of mailing poison to President Trump, local law enforcement agencies

The Canadian woman accused of mailing envelopes containing the poison ricin to President Donald J. Trump and local law enforcement agencies appeared in federal court on Tuesday in Buffalo, New York and faces another court appearance later this month. Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier, 53, is the woman the FBI believes mailed the highly toxic poison…

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STC Theatre goes virtual this season

In the midst of an unprecedented pandemic, STC is aiming to preserve the art of theatre while staying safe. The South Texas College Drama Department is taking the 2020-2021 season virtual, with subscriptions and online shows. Drama Department Chair Joel Jason Rodriguez and Theatre Support Services Coordinator Roberto De Hoyos spoke about adapting to the…

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Mission modifies COVID-19 guidelines and discusses future of 2020 events

Major events in Mission like the Veterans Day parade, Texas Citrus Fiesta and the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony may look a bit different this year. This week, the Mission city council held a special meeting to discuss the modification of COVID-19 guidelines and status of traditional events scheduled for the rest of 2020. With the…

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Area Sports

Sonny Detmer remembered

Sonny Detmer, the winningest coach in the history of Mission High School football passed away after a brief illness this past Tuesday in Somerset, Texas. He was 76. Detmer was currently serving as the head coach at Somerset High School.  Detmer came to Mission High prior to the 1989 season and continued the pass-first philosophy…

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Sharyland, are you ready for some football?

It’s almost time, time for the Friday night lights to be turned back on in Richard Thompson Stadium. In a normal year, saying that there will be Rattlers’ and Diamondbacks’ football games being played on October and November Friday nights would be no big deal. But as we all know, 2020 has been anything but…

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Play Ball!

Mission CISD approves return to athletics The local prep athletic scene got a big boost from Mission CISD administration this week when they announced plans to re-open the district’s high schools for the purposes of varsity athletics. The re-opening date is set for Monday, September 28. “After cautiously and meticulously assessing all data gathered, the…

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