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Located on the US - Mexico border, Mission is part of the Mission-McAllen-Edinburg metro area.

Population: 80
Local Newspapers: Progress Times
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Local Colleges: South Texas College

Zip Codes associated with mission, texas: 78572 78574
Towns/Cities near mission, texas : McAllen Pharr Edinburg Alton Palmhurst La Homa La Joya Alamo Citrus City

Mission News
Crime 4 mins ago 12:41 a.m.Former priest sentenced to life in prison...

The former Catholic priest convicted of the 1960 murder of a South Texas beauty queen on Thursday, returned to court to learn of his punishment by a jury on Friday. Life in prison is the price former priest John Feit will pay for the rape and murder of then-25-year-old McAllen teacher Irene Garza.

Mission lawyers vie for 275th District Court Judgeship

With 275th District Court Judge Juan Partido retiring at the end of his current term, two Mission residents have thrown their name into the ring in the hopes of serving as his successor. Patty O'Cana-Olivarez, a lawyer who currently serves as president of the Mission Consolidated Independent School District board of trustees, filed her paperwork Wednesday to run for Partido's seat.

Border crossings start to rise in spite of 'Trump effect'30 minutes ago

In this Aug. 11, 2017, photo U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents pursue a group of immigrants who are suspected of crossing into the United States illegally, along the Rio Grande near Granjeno, Texas. The election of President Donald Trump contributed to a dramatic downturn in migration, causing the number of arrests at the border to hit an all-time low in April and helping the U.S. end the 2017 fiscal year at a 45-year low.

Man charged in October murder, another still sought

A Mercedes man was charged with murder Wednesday in connection to the death of a 38-year-old man near Mission in October. Jose Luis Villarreal was charged with the murder of Alberto Gomez Martinez, according to information provided by the sheriff's office.

Senators to Bush: Make Alamo business open to the public

USA. Annexation of Texas. In December 1845, during the presidency of James Knox Polk, Texas became a state of the Union.


Jaber Estate Winery owner Jorge Jaber holds some parts of a dead grapevine. This year's yield is useless due to disease in the grapes.

Popular Running Spots throughout the Valley

No matter the skill level, there are many areas scattered throughout the Valley suitable for all ages and expertise when it comes to being one with the outdoors. The locations listed are a few of the most popular running or hiking spots nestled within the tropical terrain of the Rio Grande Valley.

Mission: south side development moving forward

Mission's city council has awarded a $3.4 million contract to a Mission-based civil engineering firm to continue work on phase 2 of the Anzalduas Highway wastewater and potable water trunk lines. Mission Purchasing Director Eduardo Belmarez told the council at its Nov. 27 regular meeting his office recommended Mor-Will, LLC for the project from among seven companies that bid on the project because it was best qualified and its bid was about a half million dollars lower than the city's second choice.

Allen Lund opens TransKool facility in Texas

Allen Lund Co. has opened a Texas facility in the Rio Grande Valley in a move that allows the company to expand.

Valley Citrus Grower Concerned About New Canker Warning

MISSION A Mission citrus grower is concerned about a new warning for the Rio Grande Valley about citrus canker. He said a spread of the disease would be a nightmare for his industry.

High school couple benefits from surprise Impact Scholarships

Alejandro Martinez never expected UT officials to show up at his home in Mission, Texas, with an admissions letter, giant check and balloons for him. Fifteen minutes later, admissions officers from UT showed up at his girlfriend Alyssa Garza's door with the same scholarship.

Two Valley districts begin search for new superintendents

Neighboring school districts Mission and Sharyland will soon undergo an important transition as their superintendents move on to retirement and other opportunities. Mission school district Superintendent Rick Lopez, who has been leading the school district for 4 1/2 years, was recently hired as superintendent of Garland school district in northeast Dallas.

New tax office opens in Weslaco

Earlier this month, the Weslaco Substation Tax Office held a ribbon-cutting ceremony formally marking the opening of two additional windows dedicated to express lanes. The renovation came as a result of a necessity to offer service in a timelier manner to the taxpayers residing in the eastern part of Hidalgo County, officials said.

RGV gives thanks in many ways

The UTRGV Office of Global Engagement serves Thanksgiving lunch for international students on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017 at the Ballroom in Edinburg, Texas. UTRGV Photo by Silver Salas Organized by the McAllen Police Department and McAllen Crime Stoppers, the event consisted of families chosen by McAllen ISD to receive 150 full turkey dinners at the police department on Bicentennial Boulevard.

Hiway 80 Rescue Mission feeds hundreds during annual Thanksgiving dinner

Guests enjoy lunch during Hiway 80 Rescue Mission's annual Thanksgiving meal on Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. The ministry estimates they will serve around 1,100 meals at their Tyler and Longview locations.

Gov. Greg Abbott offering $20k reward for information in death of

A Border Patrol unit from U.S. Customs and Border Protection leaves a private ranch south of Falfurrias earlier this summer. A Border Patrol agent was killed on Sunday and another injured.

Silver Alert for 81-year-old Woman

There is a Silver Alert for a missing 81-year-old woman. Marian Catherine Grothe was last seen at the Martin Valley Ranch on the 2300 block of Bunker Drive in Mission.

Who needs a wall? Trump already reshaping immigration

US Border Patrol agents look for immigrants crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico to the United States near Mission, Texas, on July 24, 2014 Who needs a wall? Less than a year into his presidency, Donald Trump is moving swiftly to reshape the nation's immigration system in more concrete ways, curtailing illegal crossings at the U.S. -Mexico border and sending a chill throughout Central America.

Sewer "calamity" averted on city's southside and other Mission City Council matters

On Monday, Mission's city council authorized the expenditure of $90,000 for emergency repairs to the city's Madero Sanitary Sewer Lift Station where Public Works Director Robert Salinas said a routine inspection last week revealed a portion of the more than 30-year-old facility was ready to collapse, posing a potential threat of a major sewer backup in resident's homes. Salinas said collapse of the "effluent force main thru lift station wet well" could have impacted residents on the city's south side from Granjeno to Madero.

Our Top 100 winners believe in acts of kindness - big and small

In a climate of discord and natural disasters, this year's winners of The Dallas Morning News Top 100 Places to Work competition used harmony and good will to marshal their troops to a higher calling, lift spirits and improve bottom lines. Our winners treat employees with respect, use a high moral compass and provide the necessities of career advancement.

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