Tag: Los Fresnos

County confirms more virus cases

Cameron County officials late Thursday confirmed three new cases of COVID-19, novel coronavirus in the county. The cases include a 27-year-old man from Brownsville, a...

Cervantes, defense lift Harlingen High past Los Fresnos

LOS FRESNOS — Much like a heavyweight fight, the Harlingen High Lady Cardinals and Los Fresnos Lady Falcons locked horns during the first half,...

Lady Hawks roll past Lady Falcons

LOS FRESNOS — Harlingen South’s Laura Ramirez set the tone for the Lady Hawks when she drilled a 3-pointer for the first basket of...

Falcons hang on to edge Sabercats

After dominating for most of the game, Los Fresnos came within inches of dropping its Tournament of Champions opener on Thursday to Edinburg Vela...

Former deputy faces tampering charges

A complaint has been filed against Joshua Guajardo, a former Cameron County Sheriff’s deputy accused of tampering with government documents after arresting a DWI...

Hiccup doesn’t cost Los Fresnos in win over Harlingen South

HARLINGEN — A little lapse is somewhat permissible in volleyball as long as the team doing the lapsing comes back and wins. On Saturday in...

Resendiz, Falcons run over Hawks

LOS FRESNOS — When Matthew Padilla’s shoulder injury at Odessa Permian sidelined the Los Fresnos starting quarterback, it didn’t leave the Falcons much time...

Animal rescue investigation has links beyond Cameron County

By HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH and DAVID WARREN, The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A couple who operated an animal rescue face multiple charges after authorities found about...

Community vigil to be held in observance of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

In observance of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month a Community Vigil will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Los Fresnos United High...

Girls trio shares 32-6A soccer MVP award

The Los Fresnos Lady Falcons won their third District 32-6A championship under coach Patricia K. Hernandez during the 2019 soccer season. Leading the way for...