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Santa Rosa PD Hosts Food Bank

Santa Rosa PD Hosts Food Bank

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The Santa Rosa Police, in conjunction with the Santa Rosa United Methodist Church, sponsored a food bank for the citizens of Santa Rosa who are in need of assistance. The food bank was held on April 26, 2013 with a turn out of over 150 citizens.…

Maestro Dabrowski Promises Another Stellar Season

Maestro Dabrowski Promises Another Stellar Season

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Valley Symphony Orchestra Announces 2013-2014 Concerts Last week’s concert by the Valley Symphony Orchestra was a magnificent musical extravaganza ending this year’s concert season. But, what a conclusion. It featured a return engagement by spectacular piano virtuoso Adam Wodnicki. Wodnicki’s performance of Rachmaninov’s romantic Piano Concerto No 2 in C…

2013 La Feria Independence Day Celebration Slated for Saturday, June 29 1-10 p.m.

2013 La Feria Independence Day Celebration Slated for Saturday, June 29 1-10 p.m.

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‘Best Fireworks Around’ to be Highlight of the Event The City of La Feria Events Committee has set the date for the annual La Feria Independence Day Celebration for Saturday, June 29 from 1 p.m. until 10 p.m. This family event, held at the Veteran’s Memorial Sports Complex, is a…

May Happenings at the Zoo

May Happenings at the Zoo

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Measuring Up! Saturday, May 11th How do you find out how long a snake is and how much it weighs? Help measure and weigh some of the zoo animals. Enroll your child for Saturday morning fun at the Zoo. Parents can join, too. Safaris begin at 10:00 a.m. and end…

Library Expansion Continues through Summer

Library Expansion Continues through Summer

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Construction at the Bailey H. Dunlap Memorial Public Library interrupted service for a few days recently while workers reconfigured the entrance between the original facility and the new two-story expansion. This will add almost 5,000 square feet on the south side of the building and will provide additional space for…

Dream of University in La Feria Comes True

Dream of University in La Feria Comes True

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La Feria Campus will be the only Catholic University South of San Antonio La Feria ISD TIPS Grant Manager Steven Salinas brought more good news as he explained the history of the efforts to open an extension site of a college or university here in the City of La Feria…

Decline in SIDS Deaths Plateaus; Safe Sleep Habits Urged

Decline in SIDS Deaths Plateaus; Safe Sleep Habits Urged

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AUSTIN, Texas – After dropping for years, the rate of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in the United States has stayed somewhat level for some time, so experts are again reminding parents and providers about the importance of safe sleep habits. According to child-care educator Cory Woosley, babies always should sleep…

City of South Padre Island to Hold Auction May 7-21

City of South Padre Island to Hold Auction May 7-21

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South Padre Island, TX, April 29, 2013— Rene Bates Auctioneers, Inc. provides on-line auctions at the city’s request. A full list of the auction items will be posted online at www.renebates.com. Pictures, descriptions, terms of sale and other information will also be available. Bidding will be online only and will…

Proud to be from La Feria

Proud to be from La Feria

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Father Jose Villalon Speaks at National Day of Prayer Born and raised in the little town of La Feria was a good thing for Father Jose Villalon and he proudly shared his feelings on the subject with those gathered at the Mayor’s Breakfast on the National Day of Prayer. “I…

San Antonio Missions Seek Designation as World Heritage Site

San Antonio Missions Seek Designation as World Heritage Site

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U.S. Withholding UNESCO Dues Could Jeopardize by John Michaelson (TNS) SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The years-long effort to secure a World Heritage Site designation for the Alamo and the other San Antonio Missions could be in jeopardy. The designation is awarded by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization…