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Archives for March 2013

Former Laredoan, Educator and Pianist Hazlerig in Concert at TAMIU March 28

Courtesy Steve Harmon,  (Laredo, Tx)-A much-revered former Laredoan, educator and pianist, Sylvia E. Hazlerig, returns to Laredo Thursday, March 28 for  a special Piano Concert at Texas A&M International University’s (TAMIU)  Center for the Fine and Performing Arts’ (CFPA) Recital Hall. Admission is free of charge and open to the public.  Former students and colleagues

Laredo Police Narcotics Find Pot One Suspect Charged

Courtesy Joe Baeza, (Laredo, Tx)-On Thursday, March 21, 2013 Laredo Police Narcotics, along with other LPD divisions, while checking for criminal activity in the South side area of Laredo came across what seemed to be  suspicious activity at a convenience store located at Pita Mangana and S. Ejido.  Subsequently, surveillance was maintained on a suspicious

City of Laredo Mayor Salinas to Speak at South Texas Mayors’ Stakeholders Summit

Courtesy Xochitl Mora, Conference will focus on South Texas, border issues  Laredo, TX  – Starting today, March 22,  City of Laredo Mayor Raul G. Salinas will be attending the South Texas Mayors’ Stakeholders Summit in Edinburg, Texas, organized by the New Leaders Texas organization.  The two-day conference will be a convening of community and civic

Pocahontas Court Visit Students at Perez Elementary School

Courtesy Veronica Cantu, (Laredo, Tx)-Members of the 2013 Princess Pocahontas Court recently visited Dr. S. Perez Elementary to honor “top readers” at the Accelerated Reader Awards Ceremony.  The event was held in the school’s library.  The students had a great time asking the Court questions about Indian tribes and history.  Students were also able to

Father and Son Arrested for Robbery

(Laredo, Tx)-On Tuesday, March 19, 2013, at approximately 4:00pm, Laredo Police responded to a robbery call by the Wal-Mart located at 2320 Bob Bullock.  Preliminary information from the patrol supervisor was that the Wal-Mart loss prevention security guards were attempting to detain a male suspect who allegedly committed a theft of  several plants which were

Traffic Stop Leads to Drugs

 (Laredo, Tx)-A self initiated traffic stop by Lindenwood and Sandy Ln leads to drugs.   The patrol officer who made the stop  smelled narcotics permeating from the car and noticed the suspects suspicious behavior.    A K-9 was requested and then shortly after Narcotics also responded to this call.  A black backpack containing numerous bags of white powdery

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