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Last Updated: Wednesday, April 23, 2014 10:34
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New service allows appointments to be made to visit ER
BORDER HEALTH: It seems a contradiction in terms, making an appointment for a week Friday to visit the ER department. But that is the service now on offer at the four emergency rooms operated by South Texas Health Systems. Patients with non-acute conditions have the opportunity to make an appointment for a future visit to the ER.

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Hinojosa speaks at Eagle Ford Shale conference
BORDER BUSINESS: Today, state Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa spoke at the 3rd Annual Conference of the Eagle Ford Shale Consortium. The conference was titled “Driving the 21st Century Texas Economy: Sustainable Oil & Gas Communities.” It was held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio.

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FCC invites public to comment on KMBH license renewal application
CULTURA: Rio Grande Valley residents now have an opportunity to officially comment to the Federal Communications Commission on the Diocese of Brownsville’s application to renew its license to operate KMBH-TV. The window of opportunity to support or oppose the license renewal is open until July 1.

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Fans pay tribute to Nobel laureate Garcia Marquez in Mexico City
REUTERS: Fans and family paid their last respects to much-loved Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez on Monday, leaving flowers and playing music in a colorful remembrance of the Nobel laureate and giant of Latin American literature.

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Patridge: McAllen-Daejeon connection can pay big dividends
BORDER BUSINESS: McAllen Economic Development Corporation believes the new ideas coming out of the KAIST research park in Daejeon can lead directly to good paying manufacturing jobs in the Rio Grande Valley. McAllen EDC leaders have just returned from a visit to South Korea’s fifth largest city.

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