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New School Zone Hours Implemented

New School Zone Hours Implemented

by Tony Vindell/LFN In an effort to safeguard Los Fresnos student population and to provide a more convenient way for motorists, new school zone hours have been implemented at four key areas of the city. The changes took effect this past week just as the students returned to classes after the holiday recess. The new […]

Los Fresnos Children Receive Surprise Visit on Three Kings Day

by Tony Vindell/LFN Some 100 area youngsters received gifts and other goodies during Three Kings Day. The celebration takes place on Jan. 6 and it’s a day some cultures have the practice to give children toys, clothes and other things that perhaps they were unable to provide in December. A group of volunteers with a […]

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Los Fresnos CDC Welcomes New Cheesecake Shop

by Tony Vindell/LFN A new delicatessen shop is coming to Los Fresnos and the Commuinity Development is welcoming them with a show of economic support. Called Stephany’s Cheesecake, the business received a $650 grant from Los Fresnos CDC. That is half of the estimated cost for such a sign. The shop is in the Plaza […]

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DECA Motives High School Students

by Tony Vindell/LFN A group of students from Los Fresnos High School have been assisting people at some of the city events such during the recent celebration of the new city hall. They belong to an organization called Distributing Education Club of American, or DECA Inc.. The 75-year-old organization has been preparing millions of students, […]

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Los Fresnos Rodeo Getting New Skyboxes

by Tony Vindell/LFN The 2020 Los Fresnos Rodeo is less than two months away but preparation for the city’s biggest event of the year is a never ending task. A crew has been working to build four new skyboxes on the north side of the arena and, once built, it will bring the number of […]

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City Council Approves Drainage Upgrade

by Tony Vindell/LFN Los Fresnos residents living north of Whipple Road will soon get the benefit of a project that calls for fixing drainage problems that cause flooding whenever several inches of rain fall over there and other parts of the city. The city council approved funding $60,367.50 for the project that includes installing a […]

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New Panaderia Offers Rosca de Reyes

by Tony Vindell/LFN As the newest business in Los Fresnos that specializes in Mexican-styled breads and cookies, Godoy’s Bakery is taking orders for the traditional Rosca de Reyes. The round-shaped bread is a fixture during Three Kings Day, which is celebrated by some in the Hispanic world on Jan. 6, or Dia de la Epifania. […]

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New City Hall Described as True Jewel

by Tony Vindell/LFN A true jewel, awesome, fantastic and beautiful were some of the many words people used to describe the Dec. 14 celebration held to officially unveil the completion and opening of Los Fresnos new city hall. The facility is the Rio Grande Valley’s newest municipal building constructed to house the city’s administrative staff […]

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Los Fresnos Rodeo Garners Honors

by Tony Vindell/LFN The Los Fresnos Rodeo arena received an award for having the Most Improved Justin Best Footing grounds by the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association. The award presentation took place Dec. 5 in Las Vegas. Larry Cantu, a member of the rodeo committee, attended the event as a representative of the local organization founded […]

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City Celebrates New Municipal Building

by Tony Vindell/LFN The employees with the City of Los Fresnos could not be more proud as they are now in a brand new municipal building that houses the administrative offices as well as the local chamber of commerce. Officials predict the $3.2 million facility will prepare the city for the next 70 years or […]

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