Lisa Seiser

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Lisa Seiser is the Editor for the Valley Morning Star. She can be reached at lseiser@valleystar.com or (956) 430-6215

Success is a job well done: Talented, diverse, local artist happiest when painting

  HARLINGEN – When Terri Peralez was in the fourth grade, a substitute teacher changed her life. The 62-year-old Brownsville resident remembers the moment like it...

Not always ‘behind the scenes’

HARLINGEN — Don Rinearson can typically be seen in the D’Arte Centre Gallery climbing a ladder to precisely hang artworks from members of the...

Increasing Veterans’ health care access; Town hall Thursday to provide valuable information

HARLINGEN — In the coming weeks, dramatic changes will be occurring for veterans and their health care options and access. Tomorrow, veterans, their families, public...

Local woman wants others to know about Social Security impersonation calls

HARLINGEN — Longtime local resident Judy Veach receives about 30 to 40 calls on her land line each day. Most of them are telemarketers,...

Food pantry needs your help

HARLINGEN — Jim Coffman isn’t quite sure whether the Harlingen Neighborhood Food Pantry has held its annual rummage sale for the past four years...

Sea Turtle Inc. will have more parking space

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND — For years, finding parking, especially on weekends, at the popular attraction Sea Turtle Inc. has been quite a challenge. That problem...

Harlingen Country Club membership, revenues heading in right direction after year of changes

PALM VALLEY — When Bryan Easley gazes around at the activities happening at Harlingen Country Club, he sees new faces and feels a renewed...

Join the Walk to End Lupus

HARLINGEN — When Jay Garcia’s wife was diagnosed with Lupus at age 51, he had no idea an illness with that name even existed....

Lights going back up on Stuart Place

PALM VALLEY — For the past several weeks, it’s been a little dark along Stuart Place Road between Highway 83 and El Camino Real,...

McCullough recognized for community leadership with Chamber, Healthy Harlingen

HARLINGEN — Attorney Gene McCullough doesn’t believe he is different from many others in the city. However, on Thursday night, McCullough, a third generation...