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Thirteen Teachers Recognized for Receiving Master’s Degrees

Thirteen teachers were recognized for receiving master’s degrees at the Los Fresnos CISD Board of Trustees meeting Monday. Out of 661 teachers in the Los Fresnos CISD, there are now 182 teachers with advanced degrees, which equals 27.5 percent. Thirteen Teachers Recognized for Receiving Master’s Degrees The teachers received their master’s degrees in May or […]

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No City Election Needed

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No City Election Needed

Real & Minton to be Reseated, Tom Jones only candidate to Replace Atherton The City of Los Fresnos Municipal November 5 Election was canceled since there were no opposing candidates for the three available seats on the council. Commissioner Gary Minton will continue in Place 5 where he has served since 2006. Minton also was […]

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Los Fresnos City Council Honors Senator Eddie Lucio for 25 Years of Public Service

Texas State Senator Eddie Lucio, Jr. was a special guest at the recent meeting of the Los Fresnos City Council held Tuesday, September 10. Senator Lucio was honored for his 25 years of public service. A native of Brownsville, he began his public service in 1971, becoming Cameron County Treasurer and later Cameron County Commissioner. […]

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Welcome Home LTC Heber Olguin!

The Olguin Family welcomed their hero home after a two year (May 2011 — May 2013) deployment to Afghanistan where he served as the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP)- Theater Operations Officer — Afghanistan and Regional Commands North- East and Capital, Regional Lead Logistics Civil Augmentation Program Support Officer. LTC Olguin had a vast responsibility […]

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Reward for Missing Sewage Pumps at Gladys Porter Zoo

BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS-SEPTEMBER 4, 2013- The Gladys Porter Zoo is in search of three Goulds submersible sewage pumps that were stolen from the Zoo’s storage warehouse. Each pump weighs about 250 pounds and is painted a bright blue color. These pumps were last accounted for three weeks ago when first delivered to the Zoo. The pumps […]

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Healthy Aging Your Way

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Healthy Aging Your Way

Every generation puts its own spin on the aging process, and how you approach your 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond is different than the way your parents did. This September during Healthy Aging Month, find the latest government information from USA.gov to help you improve your physical, mental and financial health: Staying in the pink […]

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LCISD Elementary Schools Observe Back-to-School Night

Back-to-School Night is held each year early in the semester as an opportunity for parents to meet teachers of their children. Schools that hosted Back-to-School Night included Las Yescas Elementary, Laureles Elementary, Lopez-Riggins Elementary, Los Fresnos Elementary, Olmito Elementary, Palmer-Laakso Elementary, Rancho Verde Elementary, Dora Romero Elementary, and Villareal Elementary. Middle school and high school […]

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McDonald’s Restaurant to Open this Fall, Walmart to Break Ground Soon

Construction on the new McDonald’s Restaurant in on Hwy. 100 in Los Fresnos is progressing with a mid-fall opening planned. Los Fresnos City Manager Mark Milum confirmed that a 122,000-square foot WalMart Supercenter is coming to town. The store is expected to be built on an undeveloped piece of land across the street from the […]

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New Construction the Norm in Los Fresnos

Construction under way for additions to Los Fresnos United, ninth grade campus for the Los Fresnos CISD Los Fresnos CISD Board of Trustees awarded a $7.6 million construction contract to D. Wilson Construction Co. of McAllen for the first of two expansion phases at the Los Fresnos United campus, located on FM 803 just south […]

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Falcons Take Big Jump in State Rankings Defeat Greyhounds 24-16

Falcon Offense Unstoppable Against Greyhounds By MaxPreps.com Los Fresnos scaled the state rankings by moving to 559 from 645 this week, thebiggest jump in 5A Region IV District 32. The Falcons were able to make move up by defeating San Benito 24-16. Hanna lost to Sharyland 42-0 last week, the largest margin of any game. […]

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