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Fishaholics Now Have a Place to Take Their Reels and Rods

by Tony Vindell/LFN Fishing is starting to improve in both the Laguna Madre and in waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The sheepsheads are making their annual run along the jetties and whiting and speckled trout are back in good numbers, anglers said. But fish in the water doesn’t translate onto food on the table. […]

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International Educational Services Closing Two Centers

by Tony Vindell/LFN The two International Educational Services Inc. centers in Los Fresnos are closing their doors after being in town since 1988, personnel with the non-profit organization said. The two centers are along North Arroyo Boulevard and Highway 100 west of town. International Educational Services, Inc. is a social service agency that serves short-term […]

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Los Fresnos Nature Park Shaping Up

by Tony Vindell/LFN A one-of-a-kind nature and trail park is under construction in Los Fresnos and it will give area residents the opportunity to watch wildlife and to get fit when completed. The facility is being built just north of the city off FM 1847 on 22 acres of land. A sign detailing the funding […]

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City Sets Requirements for Building Inspector

by Tony Vindell/LFN A full time building inspector with the City of Los Fresnos could come on board at some point in time and the municipality is in its planning stages to offer the job to someone who will meet city-set requirements. There is not a set date when that will happen but the city […]

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Structure Along Highway 100 Sees Demolition

Council Reviews Options for Regulations on Food Trucks Within City Limits by Tony Vindell/LFN A dilapidated house along Texas Highway 100 is in the planning stages to be demolished and a public hearing to determine its fate has been set by Los Fresnos City Council. The empty structure on the western side of the city […]

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Los Fresnos Business Activity Switches Gears

by Tony Vindell/LFN The amount of business activity taking place in Los Fresnos is an indication the community is moving into a high gear and there is no let down as the year keeps hitting the road. As the month of March approaches its mid-term, new and existing business are making headlines as reported by […]

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Martial Arts Students Win Big

by Tony Vindell Students attending The Dojang Martial Arts Academy are getting positive results when it comes to competing with others in this same sporting field. On Saturday, March 3, they participated in a tournament held in Weslaco and came back to Los Fresnos holding first, second and third place trophies in their  respective categories. […]

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Su Salud Si Cuenta Participant Becomes Role Model

by Tony Vindell A local woman who previously believed her life was kind of meaningless has been named a role model after making a drastic change for the better. Samantha Rodriguez met Friday, March 2 with the same people she participates in a program called Community Health Outreach that offers a variety of things such […]

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New Community Park Underway for Los Fresnos

by Tony Vindell The quality of life is getting better for residents of Los Fresnos as the town is getting its first community park. Located on west Ninth Street, the park has been under construction for several months and it’s now more than 50 percent complete. City Manager Mark Milum and Anna Alridge Smith, with the […]

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Brownsville’s Historic Young House to be the Home of the City’s Economic Development Forefront

The Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation relocates alongside the Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation to establish a new era of economic development for the city Special to La Feria News BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS — The Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation (BCIC) recently received authorization and approval from the Brownsville City Commission and the BCIC Board of Directors to permanently […]

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