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Vehicle Turnover

Smuggling vehicle turnover leaves 11 injured and one dead By Maria Ruiz PRECINCT 3 – At approximately 10:45 a.m. today, La Joya Police, Precinct 3 Constable Larry Gallardo, and EMS responded to a call of a crash on 107 and west of Tom Gill Rd. that left one victim dead. According to Constable Gallardo, police…

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El Salinas Ranch ranks third on Queen’s List for The Brahman Journal

“This article appeared in the Oct 7 issue of the Progress Times.” The Brahman Journal named Sullivan City’s El Salinas Ranch the 3rd breeder of over 100+ gray females on the American Brahman Breeders Association’s Queen’s List last week. Former Mission Mayor Norberto ‘Beto’ Salinas attributes the ranch’s success to his breeding methods. NBS Miss…

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‘The acting bug bit me’

This article appeared in the Oct. 7 issue of the Progress Times. Mission HS grad JT Campos talks acting in the TV/film industry and Queen of the South Mission High School graduate Joseph Thomas ‘JT’ Campos never imagined acting would change his life. The Queen of the South actor tells his experience in the TV…

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Former Edinburg mayor testifies on voter fraud case

Former Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina took the stand Monday evening after his defense team examined witness statements on the election code and a sealed indictment. Taking the stand during the last half hour of the Monday trial, Molina gave the jury a look into his life and mapped out how he came to be in…

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Molina’s former business partner takes the stand, key to Ray Molina’s apartment revealed

Prosecutors welcomed the former business partner of Richard Molina, Julio Carranza, as a key witness to their case on Thursday morning. John Waits, a sergeant investigator with the Texas Attorney General’s Office assigned to investigate the defendant’s case, was one of the witnesses who exhibited physical evidence to the jury while explaining his investigation process.…

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Richard Molina v. the State of Texas: Day 1 & 2 recap

‘I’m not guilty’ says Former Edinburg Mayor during Voter Fraud Trial The voter fraud trial for former Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina began with prosecutors and defense attorneys’ opening statements presented to the jury Tuesday afternoon before having 9 of 20 plus witnesses testifying on Wednesday. “Judge, I’m not guilty,” Molina pleaded to the court to…

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