Ruben Cantu

United Medical Center Del Rio facilities celebrate health center week

The hallways and rooms at both of the United Medical Center clinics in Del Rio filled Thursday with capes and super hero costumes, as the employees and patients celebrated National Health Center Week under the “Home of America’s Health Care Heroes” theme.

Blackbeard the Pirate and his swashbuckling crew take center stage in the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of “Blackbeard the Pirate.” A…

San Antonio, the nearest big city, is in the middle of its Culinaria celebration, the annual tribute to all things gastronomic. The event is the creation of the city’s restaurant association, designed to showcase the best San Antonio has to offer in the way of food and drink.

You saw it reported in the Del Rio News-Herald on August 7. The San Felipe-Del Rio Consolidated Independent School District will be getting $600,000 less to spend this coming year than planned. That means it is time to tighten the belt, right? Make sure the priorities are covered, right?

A vehicle of the Ministry of Health fumigates in colonies to avoid the proliferation of mosquitoes that transmit tropical fever. Authorities e…

ACUÑA, Mexico – From August 20-25 the Second National Day vs. Dengue, Zika and Chikungunya will be held. Health officials will undertake activities to control these diseases transmitted by the Aedes Aegypti mosquito, said Dr. Guillermo Herrera Téllez.

“Sow a thought, reap an action; sow an action, reap a habit; sow a habit, reap a character; sow a character, reap a destiny,” quoted by Stephen Covey in his book, 7 Habits of Successful People. This quote speaks well about how thinking directs and determines the successes and failures in our lives. Take a moment and reflect. Have you ever thought of something happening, good or bad, and BOOM it happened!? You may be inclined to say that the resulting action was a coincidence, but in reality; the seed of a thought cultivates subsequent actions.

ACUÑA, Mexico – The State of Coahuila and National Defense Secretariat firearms exchange program, which was temporarily halted due to the July presidential election in Mexico, will continue receiving firearms throughout the state.

“I hope we look at this with an open mind,” Salgado said. “If we expect Del Rio to grow, we cannot expect for our homeowners to foot the bill for everything the city does. We don’t really have a tax base, so we need to start looking ahead. The Legislature is getting tight as far as annexation, so we may not have another opportunity. Just take a look at what’s happening in San Antonio.”

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