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Archives for March 2012

Rudy Gonzalez Ready to Serve as Constable for Pct.2

(Laredo, Tx)-Rudy Gonzalez a Certified Texas Police Officer, continues his quest to serve the citizens of Pct.2 as Webb County Constable.  Gonzalez is currently a U.I.S.D. Police Officer and he is running to unseat Ricardo Rodriguez who was appointed to fill the position vacated by Ruben Reyes when he resigned last year.  Rudy Gonzalez has also served the

The City of Laredo Health Department Announces its Women’s Health and Family Planning Services

Courtesy Xochitl Mora, Laredo, TX—Women’s Preventive and Early Detection Care and Family Planning is critical to support wellness, prenatal and post natal care as well good birth and well child outcomes. With over 600 adolescent (under 18) women pregnant each year, rise in sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), a disparity in cervical cancer and increase in

Senator Zaffirini Welcomes Students from Mexico and Spain to Texas Capitol

Courtesy Will Krueger, (AUSTIN) — Senator Judith Zaffirini, D-Laredo, honored students from Mexico and Spain who attend The University of Texas at Austin (UT) with a reception at the Texas Capitol. Sponsored for the eleventh consecutive year by BBVA Compass Bank, the reception provided students an opportunity to interact with legislators and top-ranking UT officials. “As

CBP Announces Facilitation Measures to Expedite Processing of Holy Week Traffic at Laredo Port of Entry

Courtesy Xochitl Mora,  LAREDO, TEXAS – U.S. Customs and Border Protection is announcing that the agency will employ some time-tested measures and some new technologies to help facilitate the annual surge in northbound traffic anticipated over the approaching Holy Week period.  The measures are designed to be able to process a larger than normal volume

St. Mary’s University Fiesta Oysterbake Volunteer Needed

Courtesy Xochitl Mora, The St. Mary’s University Alumni Association Laredo Chapter is looking for volunteers to help man their soda booth at this year’s Fiesta Oysterbake on Saturday, April 21, 2012.  Alumni, family and friends of St. Mary’s are encouraged to participate in this fundraiser which helps provide thousands of dollars in scholarships for local

PHOTO RECAP: Proclamations and Council meeting

Last week, City of Laredo Mayor Raul G. Salinas and the Laredo City Council had a busy day, with various proclamations and recognizing outstanding individuals in the Laredo community.  Mayor Salinas first welcomed representatives from the Border Mental Health Mental Retardation clinic, to help point out that opportunities for citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities

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