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Olmito Elementary Claims Academic Event Title

Olmito Elementary was crowned champion in the annual Elementary Academic Event Saturday at Los Fresnos High School. The biggest academic competition for elementary schools produced 528 participants from the nine elementary schools in the Los Fresnos CISD. Olmito Elementary will have bragging rights again, after last winning the crown in 2010. Los Fresnos Elementary had […]

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Annual Christmas Parade Brings Los Fresnos Together for the Holiday Season

On December 13th the Los Fresnos Chamber of Commerce and the City of Los Fresnos held their Annual Christmas Parade and Park celebration. This years theme having been “Una Posada Mexicana”. The Parade began at 5:00 p.m. and saw a few new comers to the parade. Chamber business members took the parade opportunity to promote […]

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Los Fresnos will celebrate its 100th anniversary of its first school during the 2015-16 school year. Plans have begun for a year-long celebration. This short video is intended as introduction to the centennial celebration. More videos will be posted at a later date.

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Merry Christmas from Grace Heritage Ranch

All of us at Grace Heritage Ranch would like to take this time to wish you all a very merry and blessed Christmas!  Thank you for your support and encouragement to us this past year.  We pass along to you a written narrative of a video titled “The Paradox of Christmas”.  Reflect upon the words […]

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An Addiction Begins: Lottery Tickets as Gifts for Kids

by John Michaelson/TNS AUSTIN, Texas – As the available shopping time left before Christmas quickly slips away, the National Council on Problem Gambling is reminding Texas parents lottery tickets should not end up as stocking stuffers in the last-minute rush for gifts. Psychologist and family therapist Sharon Davern says it may seem like harmless fun, […]

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Texas Projects Key in Gulf Coast Oil Spill Restoration

by John Michaelson/TNS AUSTIN, Texas – As Texas and the Gulf Coast move toward what likely will be the largest ecosystem restoration project in U.S. history, a new report details what it calls the most important priorities in recovering from the massive oil-spill disaster of 2010. The recommendations come from the National Wildlife Federation. David […]

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Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Q: What is baby bottle tooth decay? ANSWERED by DR. ERIC VALLE Baby bottle tooth decay is caused by the frequent and long-term exposure of a child’s teeth to liquids containing sugars. Among these liquids are milk, formula, fruit juice, sodas and other sweetened drinks. Every time a child consumes a sugary liquid, acid attacks […]

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District Recognizes Student Athletes’ Exemplary Achievements

At the last regular Los Fresnos Independent School District meeting the Board of Trustees recognized Los Fresnos CISD student athletes for their outstanding achievements this season… The LFHS Falcons football team was recognized for their Area, Bi-District and District achievements. The LFHS Lady Falcons volleyball team were recognized for their District 32-6A co-champion title and […]

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Have You Made a New Year’s Resolution?

December is here and now is the time to plan your New Year’s Resolutions. For many of us, the new year means opportunity for a new start. If your considering improving your health and wellness in the new year I’d like to invite you to join the Free wellness program offered five days a week […]

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Wage Theft Takes Billions from Texas Workers and Communities

by John Michaelson/TNS AUSTIN, Texas – It happens every month of the year, but the issue of wage theft in Texas is even more acute around the holidays, as impacted workers step up during the busy season but don’t receive the pay they’re due. Hector Guzman Lopez, coordinator with the Fuerza del Valle Workers’ Center […]

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