Broken Back Does Not Stop SPI Man from Fishing

Broken Back Does Not Stop SPI Man from Fishing by Tony Vindell/LFN Anglers have about four more weeks left to catch red snapper in federal waters as the 2019…

Celebrate Your New City Hall

Celebrate Your New City Hall

by Tony Vindell/LFN The City of Los Fresnos has the newest city hall in the Rio Grande Valley, so why not celebrate the grand opening of this spic and span facility? A city-wide pachanga-styled party will be held starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14…

Christmas Parade, Outdoor Market this Saturday

Christmas Parade, Outdoor Market this Saturday

by Tony Vindell/LFN As the most wonderful time of the year is now here, Los Fresnos gets ready to celebrate the holiday season under a “Magic of Christmas” theme. So a parade, festival and outdoors market will be held this Saturday, Dec. 7, beginning at…

Los Fresnos Cowboy Cook-Off Brings Out Best Chefs

Los Fresnos Cowboy Cook-Off Brings Out Best Chefs by Tony Vindell/LFN The third annual Los Fresnos Cowboy Cook-Off brought out some of the…

2019 Tailgate Fiesta

2019 Tailgate Fiesta by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD More than 300 students participated in the final Tailgate Fiesta of the…

Los Fresnos Community Dance

Los Fresnos Community Dance The first community dance will be at the Community Center (also known as the Senior…

26th Annual Rio Grande Birding Festival Returns November 6th

26th Annual Rio Grande Birding Festival Returns November 6th HARLINGEN, Texas — After 25 years, it isn’t any wonder that the Rio Grande Valley Birding…

Tips from a Pro for Weight Loss Success

Tips from a Pro for Weight Loss Success

(StatePoint) Losing weight is often an idea rather than an undertaking, suggests a recent Gallup Poll, which found that while 51 percent of adults want to shed pounds off their frame, only 25 percent say they are seriously working toward that goal. “With so many…

How to Stick to Your Workout Schedule During the Holiday Season

How to Stick to Your Workout Schedule During the Holiday Season

(StatePoint) There are plenty of temptations to skip a workout during the holiday season. Ironically, this is the time of year you may need the movement most. Here’s how you can stay focused on fitness throughout the holly jolly season. • Rise and Shine: Consider creating…

Are You Prepared for the Next Natural Disaster?

Are You Prepared for the Next Natural Disaster? (StatePoint) The devastation of Hurricane Dorian has left an indelible mark and also served as…

Understanding PKU: A Rare Genetic Condition

Understanding PKU: A Rare Genetic Condition (StatePoint) Imbalances in mood, learning, memory and motivation could be a result of PKU, which…

6 Tips from Doctors for a Healthier Heart

6 Tips from Doctors for a Healthier Heart (StatePoint) Nearly half of all U.S. adults are living with high blood pressure, putting them…

Is Your Supermarket Reducing Plastic Pollution?

Is Your Supermarket Reducing Plastic Pollution? (StatePoint) Plastic pollution is a crisis for communities, oceans and waterways, according to environmental experts,…

Taekwondo Students Place Again at Brownsville Competition

Taekwondo Students Place Again at Brownsville Competition

Last week students from the Sun Bae Taekwondo Academy competed at the 2019 Taekwondo Championship in Brownsville, they won 3 second places and 4 third places, competitors were Amelia Gonzalez, Mila Gonzalez, Camila Hernandez, Israel Delgado, Jose Garcia Jr., Leonel Arevalo and Miguel Nieto.…

TNT Fuentes MMA Competes at North American Grappling Association (NAGA) in San Antonio

TNT Fuentes MMA Competes at North American Grappling Association (NAGA) in San Antonio

Coach Fabian Sosa and his students competed at the North American Grappling Association (NAGA) tournament this past weekend in San Antonio. Robert McClure placed Silver & Bronze in his divisions, receiving a silver medal in Gi and a Bronze Medal in NoGi. Maddy Abrego placed…

Sun Bae Taekwando Takes Alamo City International Taekwondo Championship

Sun Bae Taekwando Takes Alamo City International Taekwondo Championship Saturday, October 19th, students from Sun Bae Taekwando Academy attended the the Alamo City International…

Sun Bae Taekwondo Academy at the 17th Annual A.M.T.A. International Taekwondo Championship

Sun Bae Taekwondo Academy at the 17th Annual A.M.T.A. International Taekwondo Championship Special to Los Fresnos News On Saturday, September 14th, 8 Students from Sun Bae Taekwondo…

Sun Bae Taekwondo Academy Students Compete in Florida

Sun Bae Taekwondo Academy Students Compete in Florida On Saturday, July 6th, three Sun Bae Taekwondo Academy students competed at the AAU Taekwondo…

Sun Bae Taekwando Competes at Kang’s 10th Annual Taekwando Tournament in Brownsville

Sun Bae Taekwando Competes at Kang’s 10th Annual Taekwando Tournament in Brownsville Special to La Feria News On Saturday, June 8th Sun Bae Taekwando had the pleasure…

Training Program Seeks Applicants

Training Program Seeks Applicants

by Tony Vindell/LFN A program created to train people to join the workforce is seeking applicants from Los Fresnos and its surrounding area. Called National Center Construction Education and Research, or NCCER, its goal is to help the unemployed find a technical job such as…

Nature Park Committee Takes Shape

Nature Park Committee Takes Shape

by Tony Vindell/LFN A committee to oversee the city’s Nature Park off North Arroyo Boulevard is in its developing stages and members have been appointed thus far by the city council. Councilmen James Herrera and Jesus Garcia are the committee’s new members, while Daniel Alvarez…

Archery Season Ends at LANWF

Archery Season Ends at LANWF by Tony Vindell/LFN For the nearly 800 people who applied for the four archery hunts…

Old City Hall Gets Facelift

Old City Hall Gets Facelift by Tony Vindell/LFN City employees and the Los Fresnos Chamber of Commerce and Community Development…

City Council Discontinues Daily Reports

City Council Discontinues Daily Reports by Tony Vindell/LFN The internal reports made by departmental heads with the City of Los…

Library Expands Services to Boys & Girls Club

Library Expands Services to Boys & Girls Club by Tony Vindell/LFN In an attempt to improve its service to the public, the Los…

Evidence Suggests E-Cigarettes Not Healthy Alternative

Evidence Suggests E-Cigarettes Not Healthy Alternative

by Eric Galatas AUSTIN, Texas – In the wake of recent reports of fatal lung illness connected with the use of e-cigarettes, new research seems to confirm concerns about the health impacts of vaping. A study by Boston University researchers found that e-cigarettes altered cholesterol levels,…

TX Wildlife Conservation Funding at Stake in New Bill

TX Wildlife Conservation Funding at Stake in New Bill

by Eric Galatas AUSTIN, Texas – A bipartisan bill aimed at keeping wildlife populations healthy and off the endangered species list is set for markup by the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee this week. The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act would allocate $1.3 billion to state wildlife…

Caregiving in Texas: A ‘Thank You’ for an Often Thankless Role

Caregiving in Texas: A ‘Thank You’ for an Often Thankless Role by Mary Schuermann Kuhlman AUSTIN, Texas – In Texas, 3.4 million people are caregivers, a role…

Critics Worry AK Roadless Rule Exemption Could Affect TX Trees

Critics Worry AK Roadless Rule Exemption Could Affect TX Trees by Eric Galatas AUSTIN, Texas – The Trump administration is moving to reverse protections for the…

U.S. Senate Considers Permanent Funding for Parks and Recreation Program

U.S. Senate Considers Permanent Funding for Parks and Recreation Program by Eric Galatas AUSTIN, Texas – After winning permanent reauthorization for the Land and Water Conservation…

Texas Has Highest Rate of Uninsured Kids in Nation

Texas Has Highest Rate of Uninsured Kids in Nation by Eric Galatas AUSTIN, Texas – Texas has the highest rate and number of children without…