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Legacy Home Health weathers 1st year HMO/MCO anniversary in Rio Grande Valley

Home Health Care Agency continues to serve patients with compassionate care by passionate staff with the right business model Mission, TX — March 11, 2013. Caring, trusted, competent and stable – all describe Legacy Home Health, a family owned business headquartered in Corpus Christi, Texas established in 1997. The company was created to fulfill the simple […]

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Action 4 Commercial & Internet Advertising Program

Chamber Invites and Encourages Local Business Owners To Attend The Los Fresnos Area Chamber of Commerce would like to invite all Local Los Fresnos Business owners to attend the next Los Fresnos Chamber of Commerce general meeting. The guest program speaker will be Action 4 Account Executive Sarah Stinson and CEO Tom Keeler who will […]

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Bill to Create New Valley University Passes Texas Senate

AUSTIN – The Texas Senate passed Senate Bill 24, the bill which will create a new Valley-spanning university comprised of the University of Texas at Brownsville, the University of Texas – Pan American, and the UT Health Science Center San Antonio Regional Academic Health Center in Harlingen. Senate Bill 24 was announced last month in […]

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The Big Squeeze Accordion Auditions Set for March 30

Texas Folklife will hold auditions for The Big Squeeze Accordion Contest at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 30, at Los Fresnos High School. Admission is free. The audition for the amateur competition is the eighth and final one for the contest, sponsored by Texas Folklife Festival. The festival is seeking up-and-coming Texan accordion players 21 years […]

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Commission Approves Zoning Assigned to Newly Annexed Properties on First Reading

Water meter & Installation Chart update under consideration and Council explores the option of a TIRZ Zone for Los Fresnos City of Los Fresnos Commissioners approved proposed zoning codes for the newly annexed properties at their regular meeting held Tuesday, March 12. Zoning is normally put in place by a municipality to ensure that private […]

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LFISD Trustees Approve New Director, Teacher

At the regular meeting of the Los Fresnos Consolidated School Board held Monday, March 4, Ben Estrada was approved by the Board as the new Director of Accountability Research and Evaluation. Estrada will succeed Marty Vasquez, who announced her retirement effective June 30. Elva Gracia was also approved as a Resaca Middle School teacher. In […]

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Rep. Lucio Files Bill Limiting Full Contact Football Practices To One Time Per Week

State Representative Eddie Lucio III filed HB 887 yesterday, which would limit high school and middle school football programs to one full contact practice per week. Rep. Lucio filed HB 68 previously establishing baseline testing that would be used when determining a student-athletes’ return to play after suffering a concussion. “Texas has been and will […]

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LFHS Team Has Best Showing in Regional Science Bowl

Los Fresnos high school and middle school sent four teams of science students to compete in the 2013 Regional Science Bowl Saturday at The University of Texas-Pan American. The annual event was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy. Academic competition consisted of intense infused questions from the categories of Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Space […]

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ACE Program Benefiting Students and Parents

The Los Fresnos Area Chamber of Commerce members were informed about three Los Fresnos schools that are currently using the Afterschool Centers on Education ACE program at their facilities which benefits both the children and their parents. ACE representatives Sandra Rodriguez and Claudia Medina Garcia spoke at the recent general meeting of the chamber held […]

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