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TSC Hosts Law Enforcement Expo

by Tony Vindell/LFN A Law Enforcement Expo day was held to let students know about the jobs available once they graduate from high school. Texas Southmost College organized the event held in February at the Jacob Brown Auditorium. Law men and women from more than a dozen agencies were on hand to answer questions. Among […]

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Scouts Hold Pancake Fundraiser

by Tony Vindell/LFN Slowly but surely people started showing up on the early morning of a February day at the Church of Christ in Los Fresnos even though services were scheduled for the next day. The local residents were there because a chapter of the Boy and Girl Scouts Troop 61 were having a pancake […]

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Groups Sue Trump Over Border Wall Emergency

by Mark Richardson MISSION, Texas – Conservation groups are already challenging the Trump administration over its declaration of a national emergency to build border walls in Texas and other states. The Center for Biological Diversity, Defenders of Wildlife and Animal Legal Defense Fund filed suit Friday over President Donald Trump’s plan to bypass Congress and redirect funds from […]

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Karen Waters Crowned as 2019 Rodeo Queen

by Tony Vindell/LFN Karen Kutscher Waters was crowned as Los Fresnos Rodeo Queen during a media night at the newest building of Los Fresnos rodeo grounds. The junior student at Los Fresnos High School who enjoys water polo, received the crown and other gifts on Thursday, Feb. 14, in front of hundreds of people who […]

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Forty DECA Students Qualify for State Convention

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Forty students from Los Fresnos High School and Los Fresnos United will take part in the 2019 Texas DECA State Career Development Conference in Dallas Friday and Saturday. They will be among nearly 4,800 Texas DECA students and advisors. Students will take part in one of 50 different competitive events. The LFHS/LFU students qualified for […]

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LFHS Competes at UIL Mariachi Festival

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD The Los Fresnos High School Mariachi Nuevo Halcón will compete in the 2019 UIL State Mariachi Festival at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in Edinburg Performing Arts Complex Friday and Saturday. On Feb. 9, LFHS placed fourth place in the Class 6A division at the Texas Association of Mariachi Educators (TAME) […]

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Make it 17 Straight! LFHS NJROTC Competes at State

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Los Fresnos High School will be among 16 units competing at the 25th Annual Navy Junior ROTC Area 10 Field Meet – also known as the Texas State Championship – Friday and Saturday at Texas A&M University in College Station. Fifty students will compete to represent LFHS. The meet will host more than 600 […]

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Calls to Boost Protection for Older Texans

by Mary Kuhlman AUSTIN, Texas – The number of Texans age 65 and over is expected to double by 2030, and advocacy groups say increased investments by the state would help ensure they are protected from exploitation. It’s estimated that older adults in the U.S. are exploited for tens of billions of dollars each year. Adult […]

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Cine Las Americas Presents the Riveting Border Thriller TEJANO by Harlingen Native David Blue Garcia at the Violet Crown Cinema

AUSTIN, Texas – After a successful festival run, having won numerous awards including the 2018 Dallas International Film Festival Audience Award, TEJANO, a feature-length thriller will have its Austin premiere at Violet Crown Cinema on January 16, 2019 at 7:30pm. Additional screenings follow, with full schedule at www.cinelasamericas.org. TEJANO is the story of Javi (Patrick Mackie), a South […]

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Texas Snakes Are On The Move

Warmer temperatures mean Texas snakes are out again, and some snakebites have already been reported. Two Texas A&M veterinary experts have tips to keep you and your pets safe by Keith Randall, Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications It’s almost springtime in Texas, which means snakes are beginning to slither away from their […]

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