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10th Annual Thanksgiving Feast Attracts 500 People

10th Annual Thanksgiving Feast Attracts 500 People

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD More than 600 people and 100 volunteers came together at the Los Fresnos United Cafeteria for a successful 9th Annual Thanksgiving Feast. The event was co-sponsored by the Los Fresnos CISD Family Engagement Office and the Communities in Schools program. Brownsville and Los Fresnos businesses donated door prizes for families who attended. […]

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 trendy diets advertised, identifying accurate and insightful information is one […]

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First Deer of the Season

by Tony Vindell/LFN Although the 2019-20 white-tailed season is one third over, opening day was day to remember for a veteran hunter from Brownsville. At about 6:30 a.m. this past Nov. 2, Ruben Pizana went into his blind and an hour later he saw two bucks coming out of the brush across from his stand. […]

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Archery Season Ends at LANWF

by Tony Vindell/LFN For the nearly 800 people who applied for the four archery hunts at the Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge northeast of Los Fresnos, the 2019 season ended last week with mixed results. People hunted five days during each of the four hunts scheduled, bagging some 30 white-tailed deer, about a half 15 […]

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Old City Hall Gets Facelift

by Tony Vindell/LFN City employees and the Los Fresnos Chamber of Commerce and Community Development Corp. staff are now in the brand new city hall built along Texas Highway 100. But the old building on Brazil Street still is the home for Los Fresnos Police Department until it relocates to the new facility in the […]

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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 6 p.m. And as usual, Santa Claus will highlight the […]

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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 they are thrust into whether they choose it or not. And new data quantifies the value of their efforts. According to AARP, Texas caregivers provided $35 billion worth of unpaid care in 2017. Rose Puente of San Antonio has been […]

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City Council Discontinues Daily Reports

by Tony Vindell/LFN The internal reports made by departmental heads with the City of Los Fresnos have become a thing of the past. The city council voted to discontinue daily internal reports, calling them a waste of time and money. Councilman James Herrera said there is no need for that and made a motion to […]

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CTE on Tour: High School Programs Visit OES

by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Students at Los Fresnos Elementary are getting a taste of high school Nov. 15 as Los Fresnos High School CTE programs visit their campus. The “CTE on Tour” visit to LFE is one of four visits during the school by CTE students, all 564 of whom got to see five programs presented […]

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Election Certificates Approved; Trustees Sworn In

  by Ronnie Zamora/LFCISD Certificates of the November election were approved at a Special Called Meeting of the Los Fresnos CISD Board of Trustees Monday. Martin Castillo was re-elected to Place 1 and Ruben R. Treviño was re-elected to Place 2. Both were unopposed and took the oaths of office. Castillo, who has served on […]

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