empty space empty space empty space empty space empty space empty space
     
logo
row row2
empty space
empty space
   
empty space empty spaceempty empty space
spacer
check Features
 

  Hinojosa: Eagle Ford Shale is a game changer for South Texas
SAN ANTONIO, April 24 - Following his participation in the 3rd Annual Conference of the Eagle Ford Shale Consortium, state Sen. Juan Hinojosa issued a statement about the impact of oil and gas exploration and production in South Texas.
  Patridge: McAllen-Daejeon connection can pay big dividends
McALLEN, April 21 - 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.
      more       more
               
               
    Perryman: Job Recovery by Industry
WACO, April 17 - March total U.S. employment stood at 137.9 million employed, almost back to where we were in January 2008 (138.4 million).
    Hinojosa: Reflecting on Richard Cortez's Speech on Valley's Economy
McALLEN, April 13 - The recent speech by former McAllen Mayor Richard Cortez sponsored by Futuro McAllen about the future of the Rio Grande Valley economy reinforces my belief that education is the best economic development tool we have.
    more       more
               
               
    Valley leaders grapple with The Triangle's dominance
MERCEDES, April 11 - An absorbing discussion took place this week among Rio Grande Valley economic development leaders on how to lure state incentive dollars from The Triangle to regions such as East, West, and South Texas.
    Perryman: A Pebble of a Milestone
WACO, April 10 - It’s taken longer than six years, but the U.S. economy has finally passed a notable milestone: private-sector employment is now more than it was before the recent recession.
      more       more
             
checkBorder Business Videos
empty
 
check Border Business Headlines
empty    
  Hinojosa: Eagle Ford Shale a game changer for South Texas
SAN ANTONIO, April 24 - Following his participation in the 3rd Annual Conference of the Eagle Ford Shale Consortium, state Sen. Juan Hinojosa issued a statement about the impact of oil and gas exploration and production in South Texas.
  gray gray
  Patridge: McAllen-Daejeon connection can pay big dividends
McALLEN, April 21 - 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.
  gray gray
  Perryman: Job Recovery by Industry
WACO, April 17 - March total U.S. employment stood at 137.9 million employed, almost back to where we were in January 2008 (138.4 million).
  gray gray
  Hinojosa: Reflecting on Richard Cortez's Speech on Valley's Economy
McALLEN, April 13 - The recent speech by former McAllen Mayor Richard Cortez sponsored by Futuro McAllen about the future of the Rio Grande Valley economy reinforces my belief that education is the best economic development tool we have.
  gray gray
  Valley leaders grapple with The Triangle's dominance
MERCEDES, April 11 - An absorbing discussion took place this week among Rio Grande Valley economic development leaders on how to lure state incentive dollars from The Triangle to regions such as East, West, and South Texas.
  gray gray
  Perryman: A Pebble of a Milestone
WACO, April 10 - It’s taken longer than six years, but the U.S. economy has finally passed a notable milestone: private-sector employment is now more than it was before the recent recession.
  gray gray
  Cortez to deliver major speech on Valley's economy
McALLEN, April 6 - Former McAllen Mayor Richard Cortez will deliver a major speech about the future of the Rio Grande Valley economy next Thursday, and it is not necessarily a rosy picture.
  gray gray
  Van de Putte discusses Mexico's Eagle Ford Shale, new superhighway
PHARR, April 1 - Texas officials ought to be “jumping summersaults” to help the Rio Grande Valley prepare for the impact of the new Mazatlán to Matamoros superhighway, says state Senator and Lieutenant Governor Candidate Leticia Van de Putte.
  gray gray
  Truckers: Excessive inspections are hurting Cameron County
BROWNSVILLE, March 19 - The truck inspection policies of the Texas Department of Public Safety are having an adverse impact on economic activity in Cameron County, says Mexico’s national chamber of trucking companies.
  gray gray
  New study shows growth in Valley's retail sector has returned
McALLEN, March 13 - Mike Blum, managing partner of NAI Rio Grande Valley, has published his latest study on the retail market in the Rio Grande Valley.
  gray gray
  Perryman: Economic Forecast for Texas’ Large Cities
WACO, March 13 - The Perryman Group’s most recent forecast indicates that the state and its major metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) will continue to expand at a healthy rate through 2018, though growth in the national economy remains sluggish.
  gray gray
  Willis: RGV will benefit from Mexico's version of Eagle Ford Shale
McALLEN, March 11 - The Rio Grande Valley stands ready to benefit economically from Mexico’s version of Eagle Ford Shale, which lies just south of Rio Bravo.
  gray gray
  Perryman: How Big is Texas?
WACO, March 6 - I am often asked just how important Texas is to the United States economy. The shortest answer is “very.”
  gray gray
  Perryman: Dots Connected
WESLACO, February 27 - Texas has immense capacity for energy production from wind as well as solar and biomass fuel. About 15 years ago, the State demonstrated its commitment to increase clean energy through legislation as well as government funding.
  gray gray
  Report: Valley 'benefits tremendously from maquiladora activity'
EDINBURG, February 26 - The Rio Grande Valley benefits tremendously from maquiladora activity across the border, with McAllen benefiting the most, a new report states.
  gray gray
  Cuellar: 20 years after NAFTA, investing in trade more important than ever
WASHINGTON, D.C., February 25 - The impact of international trade can be felt in every town, city, and business across the United States. It creates jobs, supports small businesses, and puts more money in the pocket of hardworking Americans.
  gray gray
  Perryman: Texas Economic Forecast by Industry Group
WACO, February 19 - Over the next five years, we are forecasting relatively strong performance for the Texas economy.
  gray gray
  Hinojosa: Commerce Dept. wants to help kick-start NAAMREI project
PHARR, February 20 - U.S. Rep. Rubén Hinojosa says Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce Walter Bastian is keen to help McAllen’s advanced manufacturing and rapid response center get off the ground.
  gray gray
  Massive manufacturing plant opens in Mission
MISSION, February 17 - Coming to fruition after nearly two years of development, the City of Mission says its latest “success story” is open and ready for business.
  gray gray
  Hinojosa: Congress needs to pass affordable flood insurance
WASHINGTON, D.C., February 16 - Water is essential for life, but it can also wash away lifelong investments.
  gray gray
  Perryman: A Lack of Assets
WACO, February 13 - A recent, highly publicized study found that 44 percent of American families are “liquid asset poor,” with little in savings.
  gray gray
  Palomarez: Where Is the Vote?
WASHINGTON, D.C., February 12 - What is deterring GOP members from calling a House vote on immigration reform isn't a 'trust deficit' - it's simply inertia.
  gray gray
  Boswell wins praise for bringing Harlingen into BiNED Zone project
HARLINGEN, February 11 - Brownsville Mayor Tony Martinez has praised his counterpart in Harlingen for bringing his city into the BiNational Border Economic Development Zone project.
  gray gray
  Perryman: The Forecast for the Texas Economy
WACO, February 5 - Texas has been adding jobs at a pace of over 250,000 jobs per year (most recently during the 12 months ending in December).
  gray gray
  Perryman: A Farm Bill
WACO, January 30 - It looks like a new farm bill may finally be making its way through the Washington political maze after a contentious two-year sojourn.
  gray gray
  Alvarez, Meade, to meet with Congressman Paul Ryan today
WESLACO, January 23 - Congressman Paul Ryan, the Republican pick for vice president in 2012, will meet privately with 25 emerging Texas Hispanic leaders in San Antonio later today.
   
spacer empty space
check Border Business Headlines
Last Updated: Thursday, April 24, 2014 10:12

Hinojosa: Eagle Ford Shale is a game changer for South Texas

Patridge: McAllen-Daejeon connection can pay big dividends

Perryman: Job Recovery by Industry

Hinojosa: Reflecting on Richard Cortez's Speech on Valley's Economy

Valley leaders grapple with The Triangle's dominance

empty space empty
    blue
  About Us empty Advertising empty Contact Us  
empty blue empty blue empty blue empty
  The Rio Grande Guardian is the future way of getting news and information and we are ready for the explosive growth occurring in South Texas and the border region. We are your best source for news throughout the entire south valley.

More >

  Online advertising with the Rio Grande Guardian is the smart choice for smart businesses. It is the ONLY advertising medium that allows your customers to interact with you at the point of contact. They can't "click" to your Web site in print or on TV, but they can online.

More >

  Contact us by e-mail, phone or mail! We're glad to hear from you, whether for a story we can cover, news the valley needs to see, or just to share our experience in covering the important stories that make up the south valley.

More >

 
             
blue
     
           
empty space