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The Rio Grande Valley WhiteWings Baseball Team to remain in Harlingen

See special announcement below from Harlingen city manager Carlos Yerena.

HCISD, AACT hosts voter registration rally at Harlingen High School South

Friday, January 20, 2011 — The Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District partnered with the Advocacy Alliance Center of Texas (AACT) on Friday morning to host a voter registration rally that led to 245 high school seniors registering to vote in the presidential primary election.

Harlingen superintendent Steve Flores blocking e-mails to the Harlingen school board

I had sent several e-mails to the superintendent with instructions to forward them to the school board. I was just informed that the messages were not forwarded.

Customs and Border Protection Officers at the Hidalgo Port of Entry Arrest Man Wanted on Charges of Sexual Assault

Hidalgo, Texas – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Hidalgo Port of Entry apprehended a man on an arrest warrant for sexual assault from McAllen, Texas.

Senator Lucio statement regarding SCOTUS’s decision – Texas redistricting

The Supreme Court ultimately upheld what we all know – that minority voting rights rest on unshakeable constitutional foundations and that the partisan maps forced through during the 82nd session do not pass muster.

21 year old San Benito man arrested and charged for

Passing merchandize with out paying to another person at home depot where he was employed. Click the web site link below to view the Harlingen police department report.

Two Harlingen men arrested and charged for theft

Of a storm drain cover valued at $200. And later trying to sell it at the city recycling center. This was a big problem in Brownsville where many were stolen.
Click the web site link below to view the Harlingen police department report.

Mexican Man Sentenced to 10+ Years in Federal Prison for Carjacking

McALLEN, Texas – Edgar Quezada-Luna has been sentenced to 130 months in prison without parole for carjacking, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today. Chief U.S. District Judge Ricardo Hinojosa, who sentenced Quezada-Luna, 21, of Mexico, today, also ordered him to pay $66,793.75 in restitution to victims. In handing down the sentence, the court noted the seriousness of the offense and evidence linking the defendant to several carjackings.

78 year old man arrested and charged for aggravated sexual assault of a child and continuous sexual assault of a child

On 01-13-12, a complainant filed a report against subject Melquides Saldana based on an outcry her 8 yr old granddaughter made to her.

Breaking News: the Supreme Court rules against

The new minorities oriented proposed Texas re-districting plans.  But they did not rule in favor of the original Republican re-districting plans.  The Supreme Court ordered the three San Antonio judges to come up with new re-districting plans.

Gail (The Big Wig) Moore

Failed candidate for District 1 city commissioner.  Has not filed her January 16, 2012 political financial report yet.  I was told she was out of town, she should have filed before leaving.  Now she will have to pay a fine for filing late.  Just like Former Harlingen city commissioner Kori (Kooky) Marra.  Two of a [...]

Daily Bible Verse

Naked a man comes from his mother’s womb, and as he comes, so he departs. He takes nothing from his labor that he can carry in his hand. Ecclesiastes 5:15 (Read all of Ecclesiastes 5) New International Version

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