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  • Gov. Perry appoints Mission police chief to governing board of the Office of Violent Sex Offender Management AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry has appointed Roberto Dominguez of Elsa and reappointed Elizabeth “Christy” Jack of Fort Worth to the Governing Board of the Office of Violent Sex Offender Management for terms to expire Feb. 1, 2016. The office performs functions relating to the sex offender civil commitment program. Dominguez is chief of the Mission Police Department. He is a member of the Texas Police Chief’s Association, Rio Grande Valley Border Chiefs Coalition, Lower Rio Read More
  • Patriots round-up Diamondbacks Even without their main offensive weapon in the lineup the Veterans Memorial Patriots improved their overall record to 5-2 and their district record to 2-1 with a 33-19 victory over the Sharyland Pioneer Diamondbacks Friday night at Tom Landry Stadium. Patriots’ senior quarterback Santos Villarreal, who is still recovering from a high ankle sprain he suffered two weeks ago against the Sharyland Rattlers, watched from the sidelines in street clothes as his backup, sophomore Diego Read More
  • Rattlers defense stifles Gladiators Sharyland platooned three quarterbacks, scored four touchdowns and played solid defense en route to a 28-6 homecoming game victory over Roma on Friday at Richard Thompson Stadium to remain undefeated in the District 31-5A and in the hunt for the title. “I’m happy and proud of our boys,” Sharyland head coach Ron Adame said. “Roma came in and they didn’t lay down for us, they gave us their best. In my humble opinion, that team Read More
  • OPINION: Definition of insanity: Doing the same thing over and over, but expecting different results. It’s been said many ways by a variety of sources, but it still comes to the same reality: If you don’t like what you’re getting, change what you’re doing. Hidalgo County and South Texas politicians, candidates and their campaign workers have made negative headline news for decades – almost a century. They range from actionable professional misconduct by politicians to illegal activity committed in conjunction with their public office: misdemeanors, DWI arrests, suspensions, sanctions, ethics violations, Read More
  • Singleterry once faced suspension in federal court There was a period from 2008 to 2010 in which Luis Singleterry, candidate for 92nd District Court, didn’t handle a single federal court case. He couldn’t. He was suspended. The suspension is one of a few issues that have come to light as the Democrat campaigns for the bench. His opponent is Republican Jaime Tijerina, who was appointed to the bench by the governor in October 2013 after former Judge Ricardo Rodriguez stepped down to Read More
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TCFlogoThe Texas Citrus Fiesta has dealt with the Mission Progress Times since its founding 36 years ago. This is the main newspaper that we rely on to get our information out to the public.

The results of advertising and running press releases with them regarding our non-profit organization are great. The proof is in the attendance that we have. We can brag about our parade with participants and spectators that number 100,000 people!

We are lucky to have our own hometown paper. They treat us like family and care about what is going on in our community.

The BillFilut_testimonialMission Progress Times has great customer service and responds immediately to our needs. We really are enjoying their new look that shows that they keep up with the times. We look forward to continue working with them for many years to come.

Sincerely, William (Bill) Filut
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