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Hidalgo County judge: A tsunami is coming

Concerned that residents of Hidalgo County are not taking seriously the emergency shelter-at-home order now in place, Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez is asking local law enforcement to step up efforts to enforce the order to keep people home. “We know there is a tsunami coming,” Cortez said in a Tuesday news release. “It hasn’t…

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

There are now a total of 38 people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in the county after 10 more people tested positive for the disease, the county announced Monday There are now a total of 71 cases of people testing positive for coronavirus across the Rio Grande Valley. The positive cases come at a critical…

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Sharyland ISD counseling department to offer online support

The Sharyland ISD counseling department will continue to provide resources for students, staff, parents while maintaining social distancing. The district’s counseling department announced the creation of the Mental Health Moment, a video message intended to provide information and common sense stability in the midst of this unstable time. As part of this message, all campus…

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Area Sports

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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UIL suspends all events

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. High school athletics a Coronavirus victim It was a decision that sent shock waves across the Lone Star state. Last Friday, the UIL (University Interscholastic League) announced that effective Monday,…

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