Nadia Tamez-Robledo

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Nadia Tamez-Robledo is a staff writer with the Brownsville Herald. She can be reached at nadia@brownsvilleherald.com

Dancing in the street: Baile del Sol marks beginning of Charro Days Fiesta

The 82nd Annual Charro Days Fiesta officially arrived in Brownsville on Saturday and was ushered in by music, dancing and feasting during Baile del...

Los Fresnos Rodeo Parade kicks off events

LOS FRESNOS — Students and community members brought some country flair to the Los Fresnos Rodeo Parade on Saturday morning as they helped kick...

Mini masterpieces: Student Art Show celebrates young creatives

BROWNSVILLE — Student artists and their families filled the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art on Saturday during the 48th Annual International Student Art Show....

Brownsville Animal Defense celebrates opening of education center

The day they conceived the idea for Brownsville Animal Defense, Shirley Wells and Tessie Sarmiento were having lunch. Wells said she would be onboard...

Eddie Trevino wins re-election as county judge

Cameron County voters chose to send incumbent Eddie Treviño, Jr. back to the county judge’s seat for four more years. He came out strong...

Robotics teams show off engineering skills at HESTEC

BROWNSVILLE — Nearly 40 high school robotics teams from around the Rio Grande Valley faced off during the SeaPerch Challenge yesterday at Margaret M....

Cameron County invites public to hearing on block grant applications

BROWNSVILLE — Cameron County officials are preparing to apply for grants that will improve low- and moderate-income communities in rural areas, and they want...

Uplifting spirits: Knights of Columbus launch fundraiser for disabled girl

By Nadia Tamez-RobledoStaff writerMiriam Delgado beams when she talks about her 13-year-old daughter, Alexis.The Besteiro Middle School eighth-grader, who has cerebral palsy and relies...

Time travelers

By NADIA TAMEZ-ROBLEDOStaff writerBROWNSVILLE — Time turned back to 1846 — at least for an hour or so — at Palo Alto Battlefield National...

Historians bring legacy of Palo Alto battle to life

Time turned back to 1846 — at least for an hour or so — at Palo Alto Battlefield National Historic Park on Saturday morning...