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13 more people in Hidalgo County test positive for COVID-19

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Mission requiring residents to cover their faces in public

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Palmview now requiring residents to wear face masks in public

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Mission city employee tests positive for COVID-19

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7 new COVID-19 cases in Hidalgo County

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Sharyland ISD postpones May elections

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Striving to Serve: El Patio

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‘Here to help’

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Adhering to shelter-at-home, LUPE continues to provide help to the community

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Mission Housing Authority selects new executive director

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Living the dream

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Progress Times receives award from Texas Press Association

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“Now this hurts,” Mission Parks and Recreation Director Brad Bentsen said on the basketball hoops in the parks being blocked off by staff in order to lessen the chances of people gathering in groups. “Pick-up games of basketball are really big in our parks.”

Keeping sane in quarantine

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College students adapt to online classes

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17 people in Hidalgo County Test Positive for COVID-19

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Former federal detention center employee indicted for bribery

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U.S. Attorney’s Office: Be on the lookout for COVID-19 scams

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Congressman Henry Cuellar: Fighting to Save Lives and Protect Working Families in South Texas

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16 people, including two infants, test positive for COVID-19

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13 more people in Hidalgo County test positive for COVID-19

An additional 13 people in Hidalgo County have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus bringing the total number of people with positive tests to 99, Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez said Sunday, according to a news release. The new cases represent test results that arrived between late Friday and Sunday. Investigators dig deeper in…

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Mission requiring residents to cover their faces in public

 Citing a report from the Centers for Disease Control saying that the current and pervasive spread of the novel coronavirus can spread between people interacting in close proximity even if those people are not exhibiting symptoms, the city of Mission has mandated all citizens cover this faces in public settings effective immediately. Medical grade masks…

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Palmview now requiring residents to wear face masks in public

Citing the safety of its residents, the city of Palmview is now requiring all residents cover their mouths while out in public. Residents are to wear cloth like material, medical grade masks are not required. The city announced the face mask requirement in a Friday news release that also announced new measures. In addition to…

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Area Sports

Living the dream

From her “humble beginnings” (her own words) as the second oldest of five children, and the oldest of four sisters, Mission native Leticia Trevino Ibarra has climbed the athletic ladder of success all the way to the top at Mission CISD. That’s because even though the deck was stacked against her, Ibarra has worked her…

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Area track teams, athletes experiencing success

Just days before the UIL mandated suspension of athletic events across the state of Texas a good number of area athletes got the chance to showcase their speed, strength and jumping skills at a couple of local track meets. Two team titles The Mission Veterans Lady Patriots put up 168 points in route to a…

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Big 7 soccer teams go the distance

Editor’s note: After this article was sent to press, UIL announced they had extended its suspension of all UIL athletic events until Monday, May 4. In the midst of the uncertainty currently surrounding almost every aspect of daily life in this country it would be remiss to just forget about the accomplishments of our local…

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