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You Have the Power

The word on the street is, “Why are we as businesses expected to monitor our customers? If customers lower their masks, we can be fined. How is that right?” Here at VBR, we agree the burden of customers’ facial covering practices should not be on business owners and their employees. Even with the new state orders by Governor Abbott requiring individuals to mask up in public, local county judges continue…

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UTRGV Expands Autism Program Across the Valley

UTRGV’s College of Education and P-16 Integration will be able to…

U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement Enters Into Force

On July 1, the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement entered into force,…

Longhorn Cattle Company Is Back

It was a day before the Longhorn Cattle Company reopening and owner…
San Benito

Valley Businesses Regroup, Adjust To Life

Adam Shidler stayed busy in the two weeks his Weslaco business was…
Mission

Building a Culture of Health in the RGV

We have all been deluged with local, state, national and international…
McAllen

Weslaco Western Store Creates New Opportunities 

Sandy Pena is at one of her store counters, entering inventory to soon…
Weslaco

Project COVID Care Helps Elderly & Disabled

Violet Metz became concerned in March as grocery store lines grew and…
McAllen