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  • Texas Wheels: Popular band in the Winter Texan park scene

    20181107 Texas Wheels 02Mike and Irma Wimsett started making their way to their seats, ready to take a break after dancing to a couple songs by one of their favorite bands, Texas Wheels. It was a Saturday night at Mission Bell and just like every Saturday, Texas Wheels is a regular, performing from 7 to 10 p.m.

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  • Chris Carney: Veteran, helicopter pilot, Canyon Lake resident

    20181107 Helicopter Pilot Chris Carney ChopperChris Carney looked out and around the local coffee shop, his eyes seemingly never reaching a destination as his face showed he was contemplating what to say.

    A glaze – maybe a little bit of a mist – seemed to cover those eyes, even ever so… Read More +

  • Caring & Sharing

    FromthepublisherAs we approach the holiday season, our hearts are drawn to those less fortunate – especially the children who, without the generosity of others, would have a very sad and bleak Christmas. Winter Texans have a remarkable reputation for their generous hearts and are known to plan food and clothing drives, make quilts and gather toy donations for many needy… Read More +

  • November 11, 2018 - Wild by Nature

    20181107 Wild Column orange bird LEG9567The last two weeks I featured the top birding hot spots in Hidalgo and Cameron Counties here. This week I will be featuring other Hidalgo County birding hot spots that in many ways are just as good as the big three I wrote about previously but are not as well known.

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  • UTRGV presents ‘Barefoot in the Park’ Nov. 14-18

    Neil Simon’s classic play “Barefoot in the Park” will be performed at the Albert L. Jeffers Theatre in Nov. 14-18. This UTRGV Mainstage production is directed by Trey Mikolasky. Showtimes on all dates are 7:30, except for Sundays, which will be 2 p.m. matinees.

    Barefoot in the Park was a 1967 comedy film starring Robert Redford as Paul and Jane Fonda as… Read More +

  • McAllen Wind Ensemble concert features ‘America Loves the Movies’

    20181107 Wind Ensamble1America loves the movies. From the days of Clark Gable and “Gone with the Wind,” through the Harry Potter series to today's superhero flicks, there has been a long relationship with the big screen and its audience.

    The McAllen Wind Ensemble will take people on a journey through popular… Read More +

  • South Texas College Theatre Presents Sylvia

    20181107 STC Sylvia flyerSouth Texas College Theatre presents A. R. Gurney’s play “Sylvia” from Nov 15-18 at STC’s Cooper Center for Communication Arts Main Stage Theater, located at 3201 W. Pecan Blvd. in McAllen.

    The production will begin at 8 p.m. Nov. 15, 16 and 17 and there will be a… Read More +

  • Post 9-11 Vets joined fight to protect America

    George Rice “felt compelled to do my part.”

    Joe Swoboda “felt it was something I needed to do.”

    There are many reasons young men and women join the military, some out of necessity, others out of desire. For veterans like Rice and Swoboda, the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 struck a chord and compelled them defend… Read More +

  • IMAS offers art lessons, science exploration

    20181107 IMAS Bldg 2304 GUSaying that rather than import big collections for exhibits that require charging of additional entry costs, Education Director Claudia Martinez, said the International Museum of Art and Science (IMAS) in McAllen has decided to feature their own collections and collections of local museums that can be easily traded. The museum will concentrate on… Read More +

  • VA coordinators help traveling veterans receive services

    20181107 VA Traveling Veterans SherylRusso 0196The VA Texas Valley Coastal Bend Health System for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs provides services for veterans in a 21-county area that stretches from Corpus Christi to Laredo to Brownsville, including the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas.

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