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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
Blotter an hour ago ARRESTED - VICTORIA - Angel Barajas Jr., 20, of...

Angel Barajas Jr., 20, of Victoria, by deputies Aug. 14 on warrants charging him with burglary of a vehicle and evading arrest detention. - VICTORIA - Laurie Ann Chavez, 35, of Victoria, by deputies Aug. 14 on a warrant charging her with burglary of a habitation.

Advocates stage first big Texas protest against border wall

Hundreds take part in a march and rally in opposition to the Trump administration's pursuit of a border wall in the Rio Grande Valley on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017. They gathered at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Mission, Texas for a march and rally which ended at La Lomita Mission which resides behind a levy along the Rio Grande River.

The Latest: Hundreds march in Texas protest of border wall

MISSION, Texas - The Latest on a Texas protest against the border wall the Trump administration wants to build : The protesters on Saturday crossed the earthen Rio Grande levee where the President Donald Trump's administration wants to build part of the first sections of the wall. Many of the protesters acknowledged they might not be able to stop a project that the U.S. government is already planning, even though Congress hasn't yet signed off on funding.

Progress accepts citizens awards nominations

Progress Times Publisher Jim Brunson today announced nominations are now open for the annual Mission citizens awards for Mr. Mission, First Lady of Mission, Man of the Year and Woman of the Year. The annual awards will be presented at the Mission Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet on Thursday, Oct. 19 at Mario's Banquet and Conference Center.

Regional Ramblings: Anticipated cultural events

This week, we're going to have a round-up of some of the most anticipated Tejano, conjunto, and cultural events of the month of August, along with some news of upcoming conjunto festivals for the months of September and October. >> South Texas conjunto legend Pepe Maldonado has lined up the month of August with another quality list of top conjunto acts from the Valley and beyond.

Border wall protests set for this weekend

Protests against portions of the new border wall promised by President Donald Trump are scheduled for this weekend. The proposed wall would run through the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge and possibly put La Lomita Mission behind the wall.

August 10, 2017 Area Deaths

Magdalene Jones Finch Magdalene Jones Finch of San Antonio, Tex., passed peacefully to Heaven at the home shared with her daughter on July 19. She was born May 6, 1921 in Nash County to Wright Ransom Jones and Ella Winstead Jones, the youngest of seven. All siblings are deceased.

Cities divided over SB 4

Mission Police Chief Robert Dominguez, center, talks with Brandon Mahan, right, and Morgan Hernandez during the National Night Out on Tuesday August 1, 2017 in Mission. Mission Police Chief Robert Dominguez, center, talks with Brandon Mahan, right, and Morgan Hernandez during the National Night Out on Tuesday August 1, 2017 in Mission.

Agape Christian School under new leadership

A retired Palmview High School teacher has been named director of one of Mission's oldest private Christian Schools. Moises Gonzalez is also the first man to fill the position at Agape Christian School, which recently celebrated its 40th anniversary.

Cornyn unveils $15 billion border bill

U. S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-TX, talks with the media, along with, left to right, U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis, R-NC, U.S. Representative John Carter, R-TX, U.S. Representative Mike Conaway, R-TX, and U.S Representative David Rouzer, R-NC, before touring the Rio Grande at Anzalduas Park February 20, 2017 in Mission. Sen. John Cornyn on Thursday revealed a $15 billion border-security bill that could enhance technology and staffing along the border and at ports of entry.

2 Valley Men Convicted for Role in Drug Trafficking Ring

WESLACO Two Rio Grande Valley men are headed to federal prison after being convicted for their role in a drug trafficking conspiracy. Jose Angel Marichalar, 36, of Mission, and Jesus Gonzalez, 46, of Hidalgo, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute more than a ton of marijuana.

2018 Leadership Lubbock applications being accepted starting July 31

An online application will be available at beginning July 31 on the Leadership Lubbock page and must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Mon., Aug. 28. For questions or more information, please contact Amy Marquez at 761-7002 or by email at Since its inception in 1976, Leadership Lubbock has continued to provide an outstanding leadership and community orientation program for selected Chamber business leaders.

Mission City Council asked to cut property tax in FY 2017-2018

Though the city expects to spend nearly three quarters of a million dollars more in the upcoming fiscal year than current spending, Mission Mayor Norberto Salinas plans to reduce the city's property tax rate by a penny. Also during Monday's city council meeting the council authorized the city's parks and recreation director to solicit bids for fencing at what will become the city's first two dog parks.

Hidalgo County Approves New Contract for Courthouse

EDINBURG Hidalgo County is now one step closer in getting a new courthouse. This week the county approved an agreement with Jacobs Project Management Company.

Mission 911 gets a makeover

Mission 911 houses a portion of our city's homeless population, giving them a place to sleep, as well as the skills they need to get back on their feet. Tony Reyes, founder of the mission, says these upgrades mean so much more than a new coat of paint to the residents there.

Cornyn pushes back on wall

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn pushed back against federal moves to build the border wall in ecotourism areas in Texas by advocating for using technology instead, as he previewed his comprehensive border security legislation.

Rochester ranks 38th on most educated cities list

WalletHub's 2017's Most & Least Educated Cities in America ranked the nation's largest 150 metro areas based on factors including the share of adults aged 25 and older with a bachelor's degree or higher, the racial education gap and the quality of the public school system. Rochester ranked 38th overall.

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