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School district not observing the federal holidayWhile hundreds of Del Rioans are expected to participate in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade Monday, the... [Read More]
Robotics season has officially begun and Del Rio High School's team is ready to pursue this year's challenge. [Read More]
Del Rio's International Good Neighbor Council held their first meeting of the new year and according to the group's president, Dora Alcala, the council has... [Read More]
After struggling with high turnover rates, the Del Rio Animal Control director is applying a different training approach to its newest officer hire, and she's... [Read More]
The time of year has come again to cast your ballot and show support for your favorite Del Rio businesses, leaders and attractions. [Read More]
Visitor traffic at Amistad National Recreation Area has increased since last year due to higher water levels and sporting events, according to park officials and... [Read More]
Hospital workers recently received diabetes education training and will use their newfound knowledge through the next six weeks to help community members manage their diagnoses. [Read More]
A local life coach and motivational speaker is encouraging Del Rio citizens to get healthy this year with a four-week nutritional eating program. [Read More]
Texas family is looking to prevent injuries, deaths after tragic loss of their 16-year-oldA Texas family is currently utilizing billboards across Texas, including two in... [Read More]
Local teachers were acknowledged for their exceptional performance through the month of November at the school district's board meeting last week. [Read More]
The start of every new year means one thing specifically for Girl Scout members and baked good connoisseurs alike: It's cookie season. [Read More]
The Queen City welcomed its first baby of 2018 on Monday, after the birth of a bouncing baby girl. [Read More]
Although the 2017 holidays celebrations have concluded, an upcoming local beauty pageant gives Del Rio girls plenty to feel excited about. [Read More]
A Del Rio native and former marine is trying his hand out at cooking two of Texas' most cherished dishes: pulled pork and beef. [Read More]
Fred Contreras, Del Rio's new postmaster, has a 10-year-old black and white photo of himself and a handful of other postal workers taped to his... [Read More]
Brave Del Rioans took a chilly plunge Thursday evening at a creek-front park to test their resilience and embrace the cool seasonal weather. [Read More]
School district officials are taking the next step to improve STEM comprehension within its elementary and middle school campuses. [Read More]
Members of the Southwest Women's Seminar Committee are gearing up for their annual event and have already placed early bird tickets on sale. [Read More]
The owner of a local photography company found a new home for her small business earlier this month in Del Rio's downtown district. [Read More]
Construction has officially begun for a new San Felipe Del Rio CISD elementary campus on Laughlin Air Force Base as contractors broke ground for the... [Read More]