Mission CISD Board extends superintendent contractMISSION—The Mission CISD Board agreed to extend the contract of Superintendent Ricardo Lopez for one...14 February 2014Read More...
LJISD Board approves two-year contract extension for superintendentThe La Joya Independent School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved a two-year contract extension...14 February 2014Read More...
The Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville announced the birth of a baby female Western lowland gorilla. This was the first offspring of the 14-year-old mother, Kiazi, and 29-year-old silverback male, Moja. The new mother has not taken a motherly-instinct to her first offspring, and the zookeepers are stepping in to rear their new charge until she is reintroduced to the larger group. She weighed in a four pounds, eight ounces. She can be seen inside the nursery of the Small World exhibit at the zoo.
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