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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
Trump-Sessions immigration policies rip children from parents and shred American values

If conservatives believe in family values, why do so many accept Trump-Sessions immigration policies that tear families apart? Hypocrisy is rampant. Trump-Sessions immigration policies rip children from parents and shred American values If conservatives believe in family values, why do so many accept Trump-Sessions immigration policies that tear families apart? Hypocrisy is rampant.

DPS plans to open 'Law Enforcement Operations Center' in La Joya

Located north of the La Joya library on Palm Shores Boulevard, the building will provide office space for 30 state troopers. The Texas Legislature budgeted nearly $3.2 million for the building last year, a significant commitment during a tight budget cycle.

Calstrip Building Facility at Blytheville

Calstrip Industries will build a new processing facility on the campus of Nucor Steel Arkansas. Construction on the Blytheville facility will begin this quarter.

IDEA Public Schools bus driver faces child abuse charges

A local charter school bus driver was arrested last week for allegedly sexually abusing at least three children he drove to school.

Federal court: Conflict prevents attorney from representing bailiff in cocaine case

Former Hidalgo County Court-at-Law No. 6 bailiff Oscar De La Cruz, center, walks with his attorney Santos Maldonado, left, and his wife Areli Garza De La Cruz while leaving the federal courthouse Tuesday, May 15, 2018, in McAllen.

Texas Renaissance Festival - Sale of the Century' Hath Arrived

HOUSTON Hear ye, hear ye! Texas Renaissance Festival , the nation's largest and most acclaimed festival of food, fun and 16th century magic, hereby announces its annual " Sale of the Century ," the greatest bargain in all the land. For a limited time, lords and ladies will have the chance to purchase a limited number of 100,000 admission tickets for $11.95, saving over 65 percent off the regular price.

Depression striking more young people than ever

New research shows there's been a sharp spike in cases of major depression in the United States in recent years, especially among teens and millennials. The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association analysis of medical claims data showed that the overall rate of major depression was 4.4 percent and that diagnosis rates rose 33 percent between 2013 and 2016.

For the birds: After busy migration, Island bird guide needs his own spring break

Most of us haven't considered it, but migration isn't just rough for birds, it's draining for birding guides as well.

Major depression on rise in Pa., US Updated at

A new study by a major health insurer shows that diagnoses of major depression have risen dramatically, by 33 percent since 2013. The study of those insured showed that the rate is rising even faster among millennials, up 47 percent; and adolescents; for boys, it's up 47 percent and for girls the numbers are up 65 percent.

Mission churches gather at Mayor's Prayer Luncheon

Advocating for a governmental return to Christian values, Reverend Rafael Cruz's speech-turned-sermon at a recent event in Mission called for local churches to rise up. The Mayor's Prayer Luncheon drew residents from across Mission to pray for the well-being of the city.

Hidalgo mayor: Upward of 330 illegal votes

City of Hidalgo Mayor Martin Cepeda sits next to his attorney, Ricardo Gonzalez during a press conference in which he announced he would contest Saturday's election following irregularities in the voter rolls at law office of Oxford and Gonzalez Thursday, May 10, 2018 in Edinburg, Texas. City of Hidalgo Mayor Martin Cepeda sits next to his attorney, Ricardo Gonzalez during a press conference in which he announced he would contest Saturday's election following irregularities in the voter rolls at law office of Oxford and Gonzalez Thursday, May 10, 2018 in Edinburg, Texas.

Report: Depression Is Sky Rocketing in America

A new report compiled by insurance giant Blue Cross Blue Shield says major depression diagnoses surged in the United States from 2013 through 2016, especially among adolescents and millennials. And the study, which was based on medical claims filed to Blue Cross Blue Shield by 41 million customers, also links major depression to health issues such as other chronic conditions and substance abuse.

City of Mission to Determine Possible Run-Off for Mayoral Race

Mission City Secretary Anna Carrillo says the city will make a decision on whether there will be a run-off at the commission meeting on May 14. Incumbent Mayor Norberto Salinas received 49.97 percent of the vote.

McAllen ISD considers tax ratification election

School district officials here are reaching out to the public for feedback on possible plans to place a tax ratification election before voters this fall. The election, known as TRE, would allow the McAllen school district to leverage more funding from 11.5 pennies out of its total tax rate of $1.155 per $100 valuation, using them to fill a void left by expiring disaster funding.

Migrants, young and old, are not always related. Border Patrol says...

Lirio Funes, 20, with daughter Melissa, 2, after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in McAllen, Texas. Border Patrol agents found the man walking a little boy up a dirt road north of the Rio Grande near Mission, Texas, with eight other Central American migrants.

On Gardening: Milkweed provides for more than just Monarch butterflies

As we all strive to get our hands on every native milkweed for our states and to the ultimate benefit of the Monarch butterfly I thought I might plug its use for the other guys.

Unofficial Final City Election Results for Valley Races

It appears that there will be a run-off election in the mayoral race and one city councilmember's race in Mission. Mayoral incumbent, Norberto Salinas, received 3,085 votes; Armando O'cana got 2,570 votes and Jaime Gutierrez got 519 votes.

Two men plead guilty to charge

Jorge Carlos Lopez-Marquez, 38, and Eulalio Monjaras-De Los Santos, 39, stood before U.S. District Judge Micaela Alvarez during a final pretrial hearing Wednesday, when the two Mexican nationals took responsibility for being in the country illegally and being in possession of a firearm. Authorities arrested Lopez-Marquez on Feb. 27 in connection with the purchase of a Taurus .38-caliber revolver that was tied to the August shooting death of a 19-year-old Mission man named Cesar Eduardo Jaramillo Esquivel.

District Judge Delgado expected to announce retirement today

State District Judge Rodolfo "Rudy" Delgado is expected to announce his retirement Monday afternoon during a news conference in his courtroom three months after his arrest on bribery charges, according to sources familiar with the judge.

LJISD hears proposals for potential new clinic for employees

The item was brought up for discussion during the La Joya Independent School District board meeting this week. It was presented by Alfredo Vela, the Assistant Superintendent for Administration and Finance.

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