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Our father's name was Asencion Gonzalez, and everyone knew him as Chencho. He retired from working for CPL where he was foreman of the line crew. He was a father to me and my...
Seventy-five years ago, a courageous battle was fought and won by Allies at the beaches of Normandy. Its significance cannot be understated; the Allies’ defeat of the German forces at Normandy recast the...
MISSION, RGV - Veterans groups along with Mission city officials and residents honored Vietnam war hero Noe Magallan on Veteran’s Day. Sgt. Noe Magallan, a Mission native, was killed in action on Sept. 23,...
War hero John McCain, who devoted his life to public service and fought passionately for immigration reform, died Saturday at age 81. For the past 13 months the six-term Republican senator from Arizona who ran twice for president of the...
On Tuesday, June 12, 2018, communities across our state came together to recognize a critical part of what makes the State of Texas great: the women of our armed forces.  From El Paso to Houston, Brownsville to Lubbock, Corpus Christi to...
The “Public”? Who are they? “Service?” What is that? Both outmoded? Or worse, both forgotten? Perhaps not, if you are one of the few (only eight percent of Americans, now) who have served in the military, or the less than...
HARLINGEN, RGV - U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn are angry with the way the Department of Veterans Affairs is being run, claiming a new study demonstrates "systemic failure to care for our veterans." The two Texas Republicans sent...

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