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Generosa “Janie” Gracia-Ramon, Val Verde County Clerk and election administrator, has always been passionate about voting. At 28 years old, she began working as an election clerk and has now worked elections for over 40 years

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A celebration honoring loved ones no longer with the living will give Del Rioans the opportunity to enjoy more aspects of the Mexican holiday known as the Day of the Dead during a drive-through experience

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Mayor Bruno “Ralphy” Lozano recently told members of the Del Rio Economic Development Corporation his next big project will be marketing Del Rio as “the crossroads of North America”

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Buscando evitar un disparo en los contagios de COVID-19, el Subcomité Regional de Salud decidió este viernes durante una reunión en Piedras Negras dar marcha atrás a la apertura de panteones con motivo del Día de Muertos

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The female black bear cub caught in town last week and sent to wildlife center Cottonwood Rehab in Española, New Mexico has a new name. Dr. Kathleen Ramsay, veterinarian and founder of Cottonwood dubbed her Flor, Spanish for “flower”

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The early voting center located at the Del Rio Civic Center, 1915 Veterans Blvd., will be serving Val Verde County voters extended hours on Saturday, County Clerk and Elections Administrator Generosa “Janie” Ramon said Thursday

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Government representatives from the U.S. and Mexico signed an agreement addressing the water shortfall, and ensuring Mexico will meet the Oct. 24 deadline to deliver Rio Grande water to the United States, International Boundary and Water Commission officials said Thursday

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The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department opened an investigation on the death of black bear sow in Del Rio, as the animal is a protected species and was shot dead despite game wardens warning the public and trying various methods to remove the animal from city limits

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Val Verde County 4-H members and volunteers offered “Helping Hands” to three local homeowners earlier this month in an event 4-H leaders say they hope will become an annual tradition

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The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department opened an investigation on the death of black bear sow in Del Rio, as the animal is a protected species and was shot dead despite game wardens warning the public and trying various methods to remove the animal from city limits

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As early voting continues for federal, state and local elections, candidates are encouraging Val Verde residents to cast their vote before the Nov. 3 general election day

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El Diputado Emilio de Hoyos Montemayor solicitó el martes a los titulares de la Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente y de la Comisión Nacional del Agua que informen sobre las condiciones de las concesiones otorgadas a las empresas encargadas de la explotación y extracción de material pétreo de la cuenca del Río San Rodrigo 

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ACUÑA, Mexico – Civil Protection and Fire Department first responders in Acuña recovered Thursday the body of a man who drowned in the Rio Grande, when he tried to cross into the United States illegally.

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One of the most opinionated writers in Del Rio, a very blunt critic of the system and one who refused to compromise, will be writing no more. Family members confirmed Thursday the death of Luis Alfonzo Rosas, a long-time Del Rio News-Herald contributor and guest columnist

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On Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Drug Enforcement Administration will hold its semi annual National Take Back Initiative at the Del Rio Civic Center, 1915 Veterans Blvd., Del Rio, Texas, next to the Del Rio Police Station

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Early voting for Val Verde County residents and Del Rioans began on Tuesday, with many coming out to cast their vote for all the elections listed on the ballot

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City of Del Rio council members unanimously approved Tuesday to transition city parks into the next phase of reopening, while advising Del Rioans to remain cautious during the upcoming holidays

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Maria de la Paloma Villaseñor Vargas wants to continue uniting the communities of Del Rio and Ciudad Acuña, while also providing information and resources to immigrants as the new head consul for the Consulate of Mexico to the U.S. in Del Rio

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After more than a year of Amanda Rosa Riojas’s passing, her family honored her legacy with a vigil while bringing awareness to domestic abuse during National Domestic Violence Month this past weekend

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Del Rio voters will decide on 10 proposed amendments to the city charter during the Nov. 3 General Election