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Recent Graduate Receives Full Academic Scholarship Through Terry Foundation

Recent Graduate Receives Full Academic Scholarship Through Terry Foundation

Special to Los Fresnos News Recent Los Fresnos High School graduate Corina Medina was recently named a 2017 Terry Scholar, earning a full academic scholarship through The Terry Foundation. Based in Houston, The Terry Foundation is the largest private scholarship provider in the state of Texas. This award-winning scholarship program was founded to help outstanding […]

LFVFD Bayview Substation Dubbed the “Meyn” Station

Substation Dedicated To The Memory Of David And Richard Meyn Story and photos by Victor Moreno/LFN David and Richard Meyn were an integral part of the Los Fresnos Volunteer Fire Department. They dedicated a large part of their lives to the Department and helped forge it into the department it is today. They also gave […]

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Behavioral Health Solutions of South Texas To Host “I Tune Out Drugs” Back To School Fair At Ethel Whipple Memorial Library

Free Services, Food and School Supplies To Be Provided To Those Who Attend Behavioral Health Solutions of South Texas’ Youth Prevention Selective Program will be hosting a back to school fair Friday, August 11, 2017 at the Ethel Whipple Memorial Library.  The time for the event has been set for 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. […]

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Railroad Crossings in Rio Grande Valley Monitored for Safety

Los Fresnos PD and Pct 4 Constables Record 20 Violations Within Two Hour Period Story and photos by Victor Moreno/LFN Media representatives from various media outlets were invited to ride in the cab of a locomotive with Union Pacific Police and local law enforcement officers from Los Fresnos Police Department and County Constables Pct. 4 […]

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Zarsky Lumber Co. Holds Appreciation Day For Gene Daniels After 22 Years of Dedicated Service, Welcomes Martin Magallan

Daniels to Pursue Full Time Service With Fire Department and EMS Story and photos by Victor Moreno/LFN Where one road ends another begins. On July 14, 2017 a path of 22 years of dedicated service to Zarsky Lumber Co. began its transition to something Gene Daniels has also had a love for many years and […]

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Los Fresnos HS Alumnus Receives Music Educator Scholarship

Special to Los Fresnos News San Antonio, Texas – The Texas Bandmasters Association recently named Eduardo Garcia Jr. recipient of the 2017 Malcolm Helm Endowed Memorial Scholarship. Raised in Los Fresnos, Texas and currently a student at The University of Texas in Austin, Eduardo will be formally recognized at the annual TBA Convention/Clinic in San […]

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City Asks Residents to Help Eliminate Mosquito Breeding Sites

Recent rains bring an influx of mosquitoes. Help us stop mosquitoes by eliminating their breeding sites. Standing water equals mosquitoes! All animals, including mosquitoes, need three things to survive – food, water and shelter. A&M AgriLife Extension experts suggest that if you eliminate one of the three, mosquitoes cannot survive. Keep Mosquitoes Out of Your […]

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New Los Fresnos Police Chief Sworn In

The City of Los Fresnos swore in a new Chief of Police on Tuesday, June 20th. Chief Hector Gonzalez brings more than 25 years of experience to his new position as Los Frenos chief and is proud to serve his community. Before working for Los Fresnos, Gonzalez worked for the Rancho Viejo Police Department and […]

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Los Fresnos PD Again Offer Free Family Movie Nights for Summer

The Los Fresnos Police Department once again invites the community to join them for their next Free Family Movie Night. The next featured film will be Sing and will be showing on Thursday, June 29th, beginning at 6:00 P.M. Movie Night is a FREE event held at the Los Fresnos Community Center located at 204 […]

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City, TXDOT Urge Caution Around New Whipple Road Traffic Lights

The city of Los Fresnos, with the help of the Texas Department of Transportation, has begun the installation of a new traffic lights for traffic going north on Evergreen Street to Whipple Road from Highway 100. Although no specific date to the lights being fully operational, Los Fresnos City Manager Mark Milum, as well as […]

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