$2+ million grant to help Edinburg, Brownsville students learn more about regional history through University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Thanks to a newly-funded program spearheaded by The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley B3 Institute, local students from two school districts and their communities will have the opportunity to immerse themselves and better understand the regional history that surrounds them.
$70 million Health Affairs building for UTRGV in Edinburg, $30 million for Texas A&M Higher Education Center in McAllen, approved by House of Representatives, announces Rep. Canales
A proposed $70 million Health Affairs building at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in Edinburg is one step closer to reality following the approval by the House of Representatives on Wednesday, April 17, 2019, of House Bill 2000, Rep Terry Canales, D-Edinburg, has announced.
Edinburg Councilmember Enríquez uses state public comment law to contend that he was “removed” from Edinburg EDC Board of Directors
In a unique use of the state’s public comment law, Edinburg Councilmember Gilbert Enríquez on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, near the end of the regular meeting of the Edinburg City Council, revealed that he had been “removed” the previous day from the five-member Board of Directors of the city’s Edinburg Economic Development Corporation.
Attorney General Ken Paxton asked by Rep. Terry Canales, D-Edinburg, to rule on legality of CBD oil, an extract of marijuana, used for health benefits
A key state lawmaker has joined a South Texas city located in his legislative district in asking Attorney General Ken Paxton to rule whether or not CBD oil, an extract of marijuana used because of reported health benefits, is legal in Texas.
DHR Health is a key part of UTRGV School of Medicine’s vision to build academic health system, says Dr. John H. Krouse, medical school dean, as cancer immunology team welcomed to Biomedical Research Building located on DHR Health South Campus
DHR Health, the physician-owned health system anchored in southwest Edinburg, with a growing presence in neighboring McAllen, offers some of the most comprehensive medical care on the U.S. southern border, featuring hospitals, medical, administrative and financial buildings, and the physical and technological infrastructure along with 4,400 employees needed to effectively administer such a large complex.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission awards $500,000 grant towards $1.25 million City of Elsa Community Trail Park, announces Rep. Canales
An abandoned railroad property that runs through the center of town will be transformed into the planned $1.25 million City of Elsa Community Trail Park thanks in part to a $500,000 grant awarded for the project on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, according to Rep. Terry Canales, D-Edinburg.