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Archives for May 12, 2010


  Courtesy Ashley Patterson, Congressional Trade Coalition Dedicated to Advancing Pending Free Trade Agreements Washington, DC – Today, Members of the Congressional Pro-Trade Caucus, a bipartisan coalition dedicated to promoting trade as a tool to spur economic growth and job creation in the United States, hosted a trade policy briefing with Han Duk-soo, the Ambassador

Sheriff Martin Cuellar Presented $10,000 to SCAN Serenidad Recovery Oriented System of Care

Courtesy Maru De La Paz,  Laredo, Texas (Webb County) –  On Wednesday, May 12, 2010, Sheriff Martin Cuellar presented a $10,000 check to SCAN, Serenidad Recovery Oriented System of Care Project.  Sheriff Cuellar presented a $10,000 check to assist SCAN meet the needs caused by the present gaps in adult treatment services in the County of


  Important USDA Site Reopens After Six Week Closure Washington, DC – Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28) today announced that the United States Department of Agriculture has reopened an Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) center that serves Pharr, Texas, after operations ceased over a period of six weeks due to border security concerns. Similar

Street Closed For Emergency Repair

Courtesy Xochitl Mora,  CenterPoint Energy crews have closed the 800 block of Garza, to repair a natural gas leak.  The closures will be for the remainder of today, Wednesday, May 12, 2010.  Contact CenterPoint Energy at (800) 427-7142 for more information.

8 Online Child Predators Interdicted and Arrested in Sheriff’s Sting Operation

Courtesy Maru De La Paz,  Laredo—Today, Webb County Sheriff Martin Cuellar announced the arrest of 8 Laredo Men alleged online child sex predators arrested during the Sheriff’s recently launched Operation  Protecting “R”  Kids Online”.  The undercover operation was created by the Sheriff’s Office to protect Webb County children from predators while using the internet, this

CBP Agriculture Specialists at Laredo Port of Entry Intercept Pest in Commercial Flower Shipment on Mother’s Day Weekend

  Courtesy Richard Pauza, LAREDO, TEXAS – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agriculture specialists at the Laredo Port of Entry intercepted an invasive leaf worm in a commercial flower shipment at the start of Mother’s Day weekend.  The interception occurred on May 7, 2010 at World Trade Bridge . CBP agriculture specialists were conducting

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