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Rowe boys baseball coach placed on leave

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Movin’ On Up

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Palmview Lobos Pitcher #22, Arianna Alaniz, allowed few hits during the Palmview Lobos vs Juarez Lincoln Huskie match up.  Lobos took the win over the Huskies 22-0.  Photo by: Mario Magallon

Lady Lobos blank the Huskies

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Palmview Lobos' Joe Oscar Cerda picks up some dirt on a third base slide during last Tuesday's win against La Joya Juarez Lincoln Huskies.  Progress Times photo by Joe Vela.

Belief, Trust, Faith

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City of Mission tapped to name TIRZ interim director

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Crime rate fell almost a quarter last year, Mission PD says

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RGV law enforcement acquires $2.4 Million in armored vehicles, mobile units

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Palmview City Council Candidates Announced

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Mission CISD reports attendance numbers, urges solutions for growth

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Mission passes sex offender ordinance

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McAllen ISD weighing personnel, student shuffle to close Crockett

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Mission says it lacks plan, fiscal understanding of city-run EMS in union talk

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Lady Diamondbacks take over second

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The Last 80

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Sharyland ISD AD Ron Adame receives honor

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Faith and Persistence

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VIPERS FACE DEFEAT IN CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS

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La Joya ISD hires chief of staff

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ECISD purchases buses and copy paper, selects firms for campus HVAC upgrades

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Alton reviews 2023 fiscal audit, PD uses Operation Stonegarden for new unit

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Rowe boys baseball coach placed on leave

April 12, 2024

McAllen ISD put James “Nikki” Rowe Head Baseball Coach Michael Segovia on administrative leave Thursday just three weeks after the University Interscholastic League placed the school on probation for player eligibility violations in its basketball program. The district confirmed in a statement Friday that it placed Segovia on leave but said he remained an employee.…

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Movin’ On Up

April 12, 2024

Diamond back-to-back champs Last week, athletes from schools all over the Rio Grande Valley competed in track and field events to qualify for the next meet and to crown district champions. Only the top four athletes that place in these events are able to advance to the Area meet. These are the results of our…

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Lady Lobos blank the Huskies

April 12, 2024

Arianna Alaniz nears 900 Ks Tuesday night, Juarez-Lincoln High School hosted a District 30-5A matchup between the 2-8 Juarez-Lincoln Lady Huskies and the undefeated, 10-0 Palmview Lady Lobos. You knew that this Big 7 Softball matchup was going to be a good one when La Joya ISDs’ very own superintendent, Marcey Sorensen showed up to…

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Rowe boys baseball coach placed on leave

April 12, 2024

McAllen ISD put James “Nikki” Rowe Head Baseball Coach Michael Segovia on administrative leave Thursday just three weeks after the University Interscholastic League placed the school on probation for player eligibility violations in its basketball program. The district confirmed in a statement Friday that it placed Segovia on leave but said he remained an employee.…

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City of Mission tapped to name TIRZ interim director

April 10, 2024

The Mission Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Board of Directors voted Monday to authorize negotiations under which the city will name an interim executive director for the position. That agreement cannot exceed 90 days or $6,000 a month for services provided. Last week the board moved toward hiring recently retired City Manager Randy Perez for that…

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Crime rate fell almost a quarter last year, Mission PD says

April 10, 2024

Accorinding to the Mission Police Department, the city of Mission’s crime rate fell by an astonishing 23.99% in 2023 and continued to fall in early 2024. The department included that statistic as part of its first annual crime report, which was based on information from the National Incident-Based Reporting System and released in February. The…

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