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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 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 […]

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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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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Library Expands Services to Boys & Girls Club

by Tony Vindell/LFN In an attempt to improve its service to the public, the Los Fresnos Ethel Whipple Memorial Library is taking a collection of books to the Boys & Girls Club. Under a program called The Little Library, the organization is setting up a shelf filled with more than 100 books that will be […]

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Los Fresnos Rodeo Arena Receives National Recognition

by Tony Vindell/LFN Some of the improvements the Los Fresnos Rodeo Committee has made to the facility where cowboys and cowgirls have been competing for the last 30 years has paid off. The arena where all the action takes place has been awarded as the Most Improved Justin Best Footing grounds by the Women’s Professional […]

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New Council Members Sworn In at New City Hall

by Tony Vindell/LFN The newest member of Los Fresnos City Council took the oath of office on the same day the new city hall opened its doors for business. Andy Lopez was sworn in by his daughter Clarissa Chavarria, who is a municipal court judge in San Antonio. Lopez took the seat of former councilman […]

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It’s BBQ Time in Los Fresnos

by Tony Vindell/LFN One of the biggest events linked to the annual Los Fresnos Rodeo is coming up and it’s shaping up to be a hot and tasty one. It’s the Cowboy Cook-off! Up to $5,000 in prizes will be given out to the top chefs that come out with winning entries in the pan […]

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Conjunto Festival Continues to Exceed Expectations

by Tony Vindell/LFN The second annual Los Fresnos Conjunto Festival met the expectations organizers had hoped for and there is more to be done to take the event to another level. More than fifty percent of the attendees were from Los Fresnos, Brownsville, Harlingen and San Benito areas while the rest came from several Texas […]

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City Hall Closes for Two Days as Staff Migrate to New Office

by Tony Vindell/LFN Anyone going to Los Fresnos this past weekend might have run into a surprise. Two flyers posted on the doors of the town administrative building at 200 N. Brazil St. said that the City of Los Fresnos was to be closed Friday, Nov. 8 and Monday Nov. 11. But in reality, it […]

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Buckin Good Time Market Poised for Good Times in November

by Victor Moreno/LFN The “Buckin Good Time Market” is increasing their market dates to two weekends a month going forward. The exception being this month of November as they have also added a one day market opening from 10 am to 6 pm during the Cowboy Cook-Off which is slated for November 16, 2019. The […]

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