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Archives for May 2011

Memorial Day Holiday Closure

Courtesy Larry Sanchez,  In observance of the Memorial Day holiday, all Webb County administrative offices will be closed today Monday, May 30, 2011.  The holiday closure includes the Webb County Tax Assessor Collector’s Office.  The Webb County Sheriff’s Department will continue all services on its regular schedule.  Webb County Offices will re-open at 8 a.m. Tuesday,


Courtesy Xochitl Mora,  All City of Laredo administrative offices will be closed today Monday, May 30, 2011 in observance of Memorial Day. Protective and emergency services will be operational.  No garbage pick-up will be available today, but the City Landfill will be open. Trash and branch pick-up schedule will resume the next day on Tuesday, May


Courtesy Jose Borjon, House passes bill that would build on Mexican strength to face criminal groups in their country   Click here to watch Congressman Cuellar’s statement on the floor of the House of Representatives   Washington, D.C. –  Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28) included legislation in the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act that directs the

Sheriff Cuellar Reports Half a Million Dollar Methamphetamine Drug Seizure

Courtesy Maru De La Paz, Laredo Texas (Webb County) – On Wednesday, May 25, 2011 Webb County Sheriff Deputies seized 4.86 kilos of methamphetamine with an estimated street value of approximately $500,000.00.  Deputies working at a truck stop located at the 13 mile marker boarded a bus and made contact with a female individual. While

Clark Middle Students receive Top Aviation Art Honors

Courtesy TxDot,  AUSTIN – Of the 1200 students and 59 schools who participated with an entry in this year’s 2011 International Aviation Art Contest statewide competition, four Clark Middle School students received top aviation art honors and were recognized for their artistic talent during the 29th Annual Texas Aviation conference held in Austin this week: 

Statement from Senator Judith Zaffirini Regarding Passage of the Budget

Courtesy Will Krueger,  (AUSTIN) – “I voted against the appropriations bill (House Bill 1) because it does not reflect the values of Texas families and because it will have a severe, lasting and negative impact on our beloved state. “Texas is at a crossroads: Access to quality education and higher education are critical to maintaining

TAMIU Summer Session I Starts June 6

Courtesy Steve Harmon,                Registration for summer and fall at Texas A&M International University is underway 24/7 at uonline.tamiu.edu.  Summer Session I begins Monday, June 6.  Summer Session II begins Monday, July 11.              The University’s online Summer and Fall schedules are available at schedule.tamiu.edu. Fall 2011 classes start Aug. 25. Summer course offerings at TAMIU

High School Volunteers Needed for TAMIU Summer Camps

Courtesy Steve Harmon,             High school students in need of volunteer hours may earn them this summer at Texas A&M International University. The TAMIU Office of Continuing Education extends its call for volunteers to anyone 16 years or older who wants to have fun this summer.  Deadline is Wednesday, June 1.             “We need volunteers

TAMIU Closes Memorial Day

Courtesy Steve Harmon,  Texas A&M International University will observe a State-authorized holiday onMonday, Memorial Day, with all offices and the Sue and Radcliffe Killam Library closing for the day. The University will reopen on Tuesday with its summer work schedule of 8 a.m.-6p.m. Monday-Thursday and from 8 a.m. – 12 noon on Fridays.  The summer

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