Final preparations underway for 16th Annual “Fishing for Hope” Tournament, organized by DHR Health, to provide comprehensive medical services for uninsured families and individuals
The famous saying “Hope springs eternal” usually means a person who wishes for something to happen, although it seems unlikely.
But that is not the case for the 16th Annual “Fishing for Hope” Tournament, organized by DHR Health and which will take place at South Padre Island. The charitable event is anticipated to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to benefit the Hope Family Health Center of McAllen.
DHR Health, The Texas Tribune, Sen. Hinojosa, Rep. Longoria, and Rep. Martínez to generate statewide news about key Valley legislative issues at noon on Wednesday, August 24, 2022 from the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance
Key state legislative priorities that will directly affect the Rio Grande Valley when the Texas Legislature begins its 140-day regular session in early January 2023 will be previewed on Wednesday, August 24, 2022, during a free public meeting – which will also be broadcast live throughout Texas and beyond – that will take place at the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance.
“DOLORES HUERTA: Revolution in the Fields/Revolución en los Campos” special Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit on display at Brownsville Museum of Fine Arts through Saturday, October 1, 2022
A special Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit, “DOLORES HUERTA: Revolution in the Fields/Revolución en los Campos,” will be on display at the Brownsville Museum of Fine Arts through Saturday, October 1, 2022.
Alonzo Cantú selected as key advisor on statewide plan to provide affordable, high-speed broadband to millions of Texans, announces Texas Speaker of the House Dade Phelan
Broadband — an Internet connection with sufficient speed to deliver online experiences including full-motion video without significant lag time — is increasingly seen as a requirement for modern life. Yet census data indicate that nearly 20 percent of Texas households don’t have it — and until they do, they’ll continue to be shut out of the modern economy.
2022 Barbara Jordan Media Awards winners selected for respectful, accurate portrayal of Texans with disabilities; one in four adult Texans have a disability – more than 5.4 million people, reports attorney Omar Ochoa
Gov. Greg Abbott – himself wheelchair-bound as a result of an accident when he was a young man – recently announced the Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities winners of the 2022 Barbara Jordan Media Awards for media content created in 2021, reports attorney Omar Ochoa.
Upcoming education priorities to be presented by Sen. Hinojosa, UTRGV President Bailey, and ECISD Superintendent Salinas, during luncheon on Tuesday, August 9, to be hosted by Edinburg Chamber of Commerce
A planned Collegiate High School in Edinburg, reportedly estimated to cost more than $20 million, may be among the top education priorities to be featured at the Region One Service Center on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, during a “State of Our Education” Public Affairs Luncheon, which will be hosted by the Edinburg Chamber of Commerce.