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FCCLA Marches with Memorial Banner at Foundation 5K Walk/Run

The group drawing the biggest audience at the 6th Annual Leo Aguilar Foundation 5K Walk/Run finished near the end. Their objective was to finish the 3.1 miles. About 18 members of the Los Fresnos Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) participated in the event in the memory of Mrs. Mildred Young, a former […]

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The Halloween Fall Festival is Back for 2015

The Halloween Fall Festival is back for 2015! Scheduled for this Saturday, October 31, 2015, the event themed “Trick or Treat at the Park” promises to provide ghoulish fun for the entire family! The festival will start at 6 p.m. at Los Fresnos Memorial Park and run through 8:30 p.m. The Los Fresnos Area Chamber […]

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Harlingen Site Lead for United Launch Alliance, Mr. Tim Piller was the guest speaker at the Chamber of Commerce general meeting on Thursday, October 15, 2015.  Mr. Piller began his presentation with a captivating Youtube video form United Launch Alliance titled “Launch, Deliver, Repeat” The video gave a glimpse of the many missions that the […]

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Friday Tailgate Zone Cancelled

TAILGATE ZONE TODAY HAS BEEN CANCELED BECAUSE OF RAIN IN AREA! After one successful Tailgating event, Falcon fans are ready for another. The Tailgate Zone will be open before the Los Fresnos Falcons meet the Harlingen South Hawks Hawks at Leo Aguilar Memorial Stadium Friday, Oct. 9. Fans will have the opportunity to tailgate at […]

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Los Fresnos Police Department Recognized for Service by Local Business Owner

Ricardo Balli of SafeRide Driving Academy was moved to consider the local police department when reflecting back on the heroism displayed by police officers of New York City during one of the most horrific events in American history, when emergency service men and women rushed in to save whom they could despite the probability of […]

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Consulate of Mexico at Brownsville, Rodolfo Quilantan Receives Key to City

The key to the city was officially received by the Consulate of Mexico at Brownsville, Rodolfo Quilantan Arenas, at the last city council meeting held on August 11, 2015. Quilantan has displayed a strong commitment to work together with the City of Los Fresnos as well as other cities in Cameron County. On July 27, […]

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Los Fresnos Participates In Proclaiming August 31 UTRGV Day

A Valley wide effort was made by UTRGV representatives, on behalf of the University, to accept the recently adopted proclamations declaring August 31 as UTRGV Day. Several cities from the four county area showed their support for the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley by flying the UTRGV Vaqueros flag on that day. UTRGV reached […]

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It Is All About Where LFCISD Is Going

Salazar Presents Vision of School District’s Future and Celebration of Its Past Superintendent of Schools Gonzalo Salazar was a welcomed guest speaker at the general meeting for the Area Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. Salazar commanded the attention of the near capacity crowd with a informative and insightful look at the current […]

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Consul of Mexico Donates Books to Ethel L. Whipple Memorial Library

On July 27, 2015, a donation of books was made to the Ethel L. Whipple Memorial Library on behalf of the Mexican Government. The materials are Spanish language textbooks that will help the community youth. Acting on behalf of the Consul of Mexico, Rodolfo Quilantàn, Àngeles Padròn presented the books. Present at the event were […]

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Los Fresnos Youth Learn About Life as a Police Officer

Officers Norman Esquivel and Javin Morales of the Los Fresnos Police Department were greeted, on Tuesday, July 7, 2015 by a number of 5 to 12 year olds eager to learn from the two officers about life as a police officer in Los Fresnos. Officers Esquivel and Morales demonstrated the features and functions of a […]

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