Category Archive: Features

Jun 15 2017

District helps students explore post-secondary goals

The San Benito CISD Special Services Department held their eighth annual Transition Fair for parents of students with disabilities. According to Sylvia Garcia, Special Education Coordinator, the term “transition” is used when students turn into adults. “It’s our job as Special Education educators to help assist them along the way to make sure they are …

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Jun 01 2017

Los Fresnos man given 100 years in prison

By Pete Banda Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com A Los Fresnos man is set to be in prison until next century after a seven-day trial pertaining to multiple charges of child abuse. Fabiano Mayorga, 46, was found guilty of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child as well as Continued Sexual Abuse of a Child. The same jury …

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May 29 2017

2010 SBHS Graduate pronounced dead in Harlingen crash

News Staff Report A single vehicle accident took the life of a former San Benito High School graduate over this past weekend. Ashley Marie Nava, a 24-year-old San Benito native, was pronounced dead on the scene after crashing into a utility pole in Harlingen early Saturday morning. According to a press release from the Harlingen …

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May 26 2017

Hilda Rendon named acting Superintendent

Special to the News Hilda G. Rendon has been unanimously appointed by the San Benito CISD Board of Trustees to serve as the district’s Acting Superintendent effective Friday, June 9. Trustees appointed Rendon to serve in that capacity during a Special Board Meeting held on the evening of Wednesday, May 24. “I am very humbled …

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May 02 2017

NJROTC cadets surpass fundraising goals

Special to the News The San Benito Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) represented San Benito High School and San Benito Veterans Memorial Academy at the 2017 American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life event held the La Feria Lions Stadium. Since the beginning of April, the NJROTC cadets had been collecting donations at the …

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Apr 25 2017

A Hero’s Tale: World War II Vet recalls an unforgettable life

By Sierra Flores Special to the News Born and raised in San Benito, Enrique Lucio, has always been widely known throughout the city as the jokester and a friend. His service in World War II has also made him a hero to many. Lucio, now 93 years old, has seen and accomplished much throughout his …

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Apr 14 2017

SBHS High-5 members honored

Special to the News San Benito High School Class of 2017 Superintendent’s High Five Award recipients include, bottom row, from left, Erika Evelyn Mendez, Ileen Jade Montemayor, Evelyn Prado Serrato, Daniela Isabel Lopez, Angela Rose Nuñez, Yvonne Salinas; middle row, Juan Carlos Sosa Hernandez, Bryan Manzanares, Pricsilla Esquivel, Rene Garcia Jr., Jose Luis Rivera Jr.; …

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Apr 13 2017

Search for Nahomi Rodriguez shifts to murder investigation

By Houston Van Nest Special to the News A long search concluded in an emotional press conference Monday, April 10 as the remains of a young woman found near Rio Hondo have been identified and confirmed by local authorities. The Harlingen Police Department, headed by Police Chief Jeffry Adickes, confirmed April 10 that the remains …

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Apr 07 2017

The Heart of a Champion: Riverside student battling cerebral palsy gets surprise of a lifetime

By Pete Banda Managing Editor editor@sbnewspaper.com When Tristan Shafer was born, doctors told his parents that he would most likely never be able to run or play any kind of sport. In fact, doctors informed the parents to prepare for the possibility that Shafer would never be able to walk due to his cerebral palsy. …

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Apr 06 2017

Winning the battle against fire: Rio Hondo VFD converts military vehicle into a firefighting machine

Special to the News The Rio Hondo Volunteer Fire Department received an excess military Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) through the Department of Defense Firefighter Property Program administered by Texas A&M Forest Service. Rio Hondo VFD protects the third largest citrus and vegetable producers in the United States. This truck will help increase their …

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