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10 more COVID-19 deaths reported over the weekend

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Hidalgo County reports 4 new West Nile Virus; 3 cases of Dengue Fever

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Hidalgo County reports 5 COVID-19 deaths

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Sharyland Pioneer High School on-campus instruction and activities suspended

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Quarter of a Million Students Missing from Texas Public Schools

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Mission Eagles Linebacker, Aven Alonzo, breaks away for a 1st down to help lead the Eagles to a win over Edinburg Bobcats Friday, Oct. 23, 2020.. Photo by Mario Magallon

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Mission to host second Veterans Day Fest

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Hidalgo County reports 5 more COVID-19 deaths, amended safety orders

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Mission Food Park encourages safety while supporting local business

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The gift and the curse of The Social Dilemma

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15% of SISD student population expected to be back on campus next week

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Federal funds awarded to city of Mission PD and UTRGV

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Mission Police Chief Robert Dominguez salutes K9 Officer Roxy, who passed away earlier this month. Photo courtesy of the city of Mission.

“Until we meet again”

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PostNet employees Melora Alvarado, Melchor Chavez, Annette Chavez-Alvarado and Mike Alvarado. Courtesy photo.

Local business celebrates 20 years

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Palmhurst PD Public Information Officer Valerio Cantu distributes school supplies and treats to a family during the Ninth Annual Palmhurst National Night Out. Progress Times photo by Jamie Treviño.

Palmhurst celebrates a safe National Night Out

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The line of people waiting to vote outside the Lark Community Center in McAllen Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020. Courtesy photo.

Early voters come out in droves

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The Palmview Lobos will be the only La Joya ISD football team running onto the field at La Joya Pack Stadium this year. Progress Times photo by Luciano Guerra

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Mission junior receiver Tajh Jones tries to make a fingertip catch as Eagles’ head football coach Koy Detmer
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LJISD candidates spend $156K in the months leading up to early voting

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8 more COVID-19 deaths reported in Hidalgo County

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10 more COVID-19 deaths reported over the weekend

October 27, 2020

Hidalgo County health officials reported 10 more COVID-19 related deaths and 181 new positive cases of the disease on Monday, Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez said Tuesday. With the new numbers, the county is now looking at 1,934 recorded deaths related to the outbreak of this disease and 35,281 known positive cases. 2,121 of those cases…

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Hidalgo County reports 4 new West Nile Virus; 3 cases of Dengue Fever

October 26, 2020

After reporting three cases of West Nile virus last week, officials with the Hidalgo County Health and Human Services Department are reporting four new cases of West Nile virus and three new cases of Dengue Fever – two mosquito-borne illnesses. The county announced the new cases Monday where county Health and Human Services Director Eduardo Olivarez…

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Hidalgo County reports 5 COVID-19 deaths

October 26, 2020

With the rest of the country seeing a spike in new COVID-19 cases, the Hidalgo County Health and Human Services reported 5 more deaths and 130 new positive cases as of last Friday, Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez said Monday. Due to the county’s new method of reporting COVID-19 cases, weekend numbers won’t be…

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Area Sports

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October 23, 2020

Eagles win big to open 2020 season The Mission Eagles football team opened their 2020 season with an emphatic 51-7 victory over the Edinburg Bobcats Friday night at Tom Landry Stadium in the District 31-6A opener for both teams. Eagle’s linebacker Jude Jaime tackled Bobcat’s quarterback Rolando Abrego for a two yard loss on the…

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Lone wolves

October 23, 2020

Lobos set to be LJISD’s only team on the football field It’s been a September and October like no other for high school football teams across the state of Texas. The uncertainty brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting shutting down of schools and early termination of all spring sports last school year,…

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On a Mission

October 23, 2020

Eagles open season; district at home tonight   The Mission Eagles football team hosts Edinburg High tonight at Tom Landry Stadium in a game that represents not only the first game of the 2020 season for both teams but the District 31-6A opener as well.  The University Interscholastic league (UIL) moved the Eagles to District 31…

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