EDITORIAL: No consent

President Donald Trump has flouted so many constitutional norms that it’s hard to keep up with them. But one of his most flagrant violations...

EDITORIAL: Wrong target

Cameron County Sheriff Omar Lucio is offering a reward for information. This isn’t a Crime Stoppers effort to find violent offenders, however; Lucio is...

LETTERS: Teacher criticized; Protecting our children; The best lies ahead; President criticized; Listen to...

Teacher criticized This letter is response to the article about Taylor Lifka, the Roma teacher who was placed on administrative leave (Aug. 28). Ms. Lifka...

EDITORIAL: Respond

Our decennial census has entered the final public phase; volunteers have started hitting the streets in order to collect information from households that haven’t...

COMMENTARY: Fallen war hero comforts mother from the hereafter

BY JOEL FREEDMAN Sgt. Alfredo Cantu Gonzalez, nicknamed Freddy, born May 23, 1946, was born and raised in Edinburg. He enlisted in the Marine Corps...

LETTERS: Young, but wise; President to blame

Young, but wise I felt compelled to write this letter after a very smart little girl made such an impression on me the other day....

COMMENTARY: Labor Day’s violent history

Labor Day during the COVID-19 pandemic looks quite different this time around than in years past. In an ironic way, this year’s holiday underlines...

LETTERS: Support food banks; Biden blasted; Republicans found at fault

Support food banks We’ve all seen COVID-19’s impact on reopening plans for schools, unemployment rates and financial struggles within our area. My team at Los...

LETTERS: Will lawyers slow recovery?; Recognize the truth

Will lawyers slow recovery? The pandemic has made it hard for many businesses to stay afloat, and sadly, many have not. The last thing businesses,...

EDITORIAL: Hold out hope

Monday is Labor Day. Federal law made it a national holiday in 1894 to celebrate organized labor and celebrate the American worker. Most people, however,...