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Archives for April 29, 2009

LPD to Begin Impounding Uninsured Vehicles

  Effective May 01, 2009, the Laredo Police Department will begin towing vehicles without liability insurance.  Purpose:  Drivers are required by law to maintain financial responsibility in order to operate vehicles on Texas roadways.  This new initiative is for the impounding of a vehicle that is being operated within the jurisdictional limits of the City

FERNANDO BELTRAN JR. VS. MONTE MEZA-CLAY

Promoters Arthur Pelullo/Banner Promotions and Rodney Berman/Golden Gloves will present a sensational championship fight card on Friday, June 19, 2009, at the Laredo Entertainment Center, located at 6700 Arena Boulevard in Laredo, Texas. The main event, co-feature, and other selected fights will be televised live on ESPN2, ESPN Desportes, their Spanish-Language Network, and ESPN 360.com.

“Dia de los Libros”

Join the Laredo Public Library for a celebration for children and their families to promote reading. The celebration emphasizes the importance of advocating literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds.  There will be snacks, including popcorn and cotton candy, lots of fun and plenty of information from organizations who serve children. The Dia

CUELLAR, BLUE DOGS UNVEIL STATUTORY PAYGO BILL

LEGISLATION WILL HELP TO REDUCE DEFICITS, GIVE PAY-AS-YOU-GO RULES FULL FORCE OF LAW Washington, D.C. – Congressman Henry Cuellar this week joined other members of the fiscally conservative Blue Dog Coalition to unveil H.R. 2116, the Fiscal Honesty and Accountability Act of 2009, a measure that would strengthen Congress’ commitment to fiscal responsibility and accountability

U.S. Human Cases of Swine Flu Infection

The outbreak of disease in people caused by a new influenza virus of swine origin continues to grow in the United States and internationally. Today, CDC reports additional confirmed human infections, hospitalizations and the nation’s first fatality from this outbreak. The more recent illnesses and the reported death suggest that a pattern of more severe