LETTERS: Edinburg’s infrastructure held up during recent storms,

Edinburg’s infrastructure held up during recent stormsI would like to commend the city of Edinburg for its efforts in the downtown area near UTRGV...

EDITORIAL: UTRGV programs will incorporate local history into curricula

Even young students often voice a pride in their culture, their home and their neighborhoods. And yet educators have long complained that it’s hard...

COMMENTARY: Keep the faith in the fight against COVID-19

By Thursday, reporters began to have that look in their eyes. The one that speaks less to fatigue and more to utter exhaustion, as the stress of the times began to fill their already-bloodshot eyes. I’ve seen it before during hurricanes, floods and other natural disasters; except now it’s as if a catastrophic storm is hitting us every single day. Despite it all, we remain in good spirits, laughing and in love with our work, serious about our duty and dedicated to informing the public. It was just a matter of time before those smiles belied something currently residing in all of us: concern. Regardless of our years of experience, COVID-19’s impact on our way of life is something we’ve never seen before. And I’m sure you, our readers, feel the same way. Granted, there have been horrific scenes and tragedies that left voids within us all, not to mention the national emergencies that put everyone on high alert and reminded us of our vulnerability. But this is different. Read the full story at themonitor.com

LETTERS: Patriotism and protests; Teachers’ union funds questioned

Patriotism and protests Call me old. Call me nostalgic. Call me a lot of things, but you can’t call me someone who doesn’t want his country...

COMMENTARY: A Halloween horror story

By Louise Butler Have you ever wondered why pictures of the coronavirus look like the kind of ball you might throw to your dog? Photos...

COMMENTARY: Much to consider during Men’s Health Month

BY LORENA SAENZ GONZALEZResearch shows men are less likely to visit the doctor regularly than women, so they might be missing out on important...

COMMENTARY: Neo-isolationism won’t work

BY ROBERT J. SAMUELSONOn this July Fourth, America has taken a turn for the worst. The great delusion of Donald Trump’s presidency is that...

COMMENTARY: Turbulent times has us hoping for the best

BY DR. ELIZABETH DE FERREIREWhat a month May has been. And now here we are in June, and I feel like our country turned...

COMMENTARY: Will Trump choose Russia over NATO?

BY IVO H. DAALDER AND JAMES M. LINDSAYSFor once, it seems like President Donald Trump isn’t interested in winning. Everything is in place for...

COMMENTARY: A Texas pastor calls Democrats ‘godless’: ‘God will not bless America’

COMMENTARY | Bud Kennedy Pastor Ed Young of Houston is not the only pastor saying that. The leader of the Houston-based Texas Pastor Council, Republican anti-LGBT...