Apr 13 2017

Search for Nahomi Rodriguez shifts to murder investigation

By Houston Van Nest Special to the News A long search concluded in an emotional press conference Monday, April 10 as the remains of a young woman found near Rio Hondo have been identified and confirmed by local authorities. The Harlingen Police Department, headed by Police Chief Jeffry Adickes, confirmed April 10 that the remains …

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Apr 12 2017

Vega submits resignation as Superintendent of SBCISD

Special to the News Superintendent of Schools Dr. Adrian Vega submitted his letter of resignation at Tuesday’s regular board meeting, informing the board that he is pursuing an employment opportunity outside of public education. Dr. Vega, who began working as the district’s leader January 4, 2016, explained that his resignation becomes effective Friday, June 9. …

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Apr 07 2017

Unknown remains found in Rio Hondo canal

Staff Report Authorities are still sifting through a presumed crime scene this afternoon after human remains were found in a canal late Thursday evening in Rio Hond. According to Sheriff Omar Lucio, the remains are several months old and the bones have been sent off to be examined by a lab and results will not …

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Apr 07 2017

The Heart of a Champion: Riverside student battling cerebral palsy gets surprise of a lifetime

By Pete Banda Managing Editor [email protected] When Tristan Shafer was born, doctors told his parents that he would most likely never be able to run or play any kind of sport. In fact, doctors informed the parents to prepare for the possibility that Shafer would never be able to walk due to his cerebral palsy. …

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Apr 06 2017

Winning the battle against fire: Rio Hondo VFD converts military vehicle into a firefighting machine

Special to the News The Rio Hondo Volunteer Fire Department received an excess military Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) through the Department of Defense Firefighter Property Program administered by Texas A&M Forest Service. Rio Hondo VFD protects the third largest citrus and vegetable producers in the United States. This truck will help increase their …

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Apr 06 2017

Betancourt resigns as Chamber President

By Pete Banda Managing Editor [email protected] After four years of working up the Chamber of Commerce from scratch, Lionel Betancourt has resigned as the President of the group’s board. The decision comes after a talk with several members of the Chamber led Betancourt to believe others were not satisfied with his approach, preferring a more …

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Apr 04 2017

Update: Missing children located in Mexico

Staff Report On March 31, San Benito Police were assisted by the United States Consulate located in Matamores Mexico and with their help, were able to contact Matamoros police officers. Through an investigation inside the city, officers were able to locate the family at a relative’s house. The children were found to be in good …

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Mar 31 2017

Scoreboard repairs highlight SBCISD Re-Imagine 2021 update: Electrical work estimated around $100,000

Special to the NEWS Plans to repair or replace the Bobby Morrow Stadium scoreboard were among the items presented to the San Benito CISD Board of Trustees on Tuesday, March 21, during a status report on the facilities component of the Re-Imagine 2021 strategic plan. According to David Garcia of the plan’s facilities committee, the …

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Mar 30 2017

South Texas Raceway to kick off April 1 in San Benito

By Pete Banda Managing Editor [email protected] After what seems like an eternity, South Texas Raceway Mud and Drag racing is finally set to kick off this Saturday, April 1 and continue through the weekend. A few setbacks have pushed the start date back over the course of the last two months, but owner of South …

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Mar 29 2017

District to begin pre-kindergarten pre-registration

Special to the News   The district will be working cooperatively and in partnership with NINOS, Inc. (Neighbors in Need of Services, Incorporated) Head Start/Early Start Program in providing a high-quality full-day pre-kindergarten education for early learners. As a child’s first experience in a structured setting with teachers and groups of children, pre-kindergarten provides early learners a …

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