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city (1990 pop. 84,021), Hidalgo co., extreme S Tex., on the Rio Grande; inc. 1911. It is a port of entry and a packing and processing center for the citrus fruit, truck crops, and other produce of the lower Rio Grande valley. The growing city has oil refineries and light manufacturing industries. It is also a winter resort, and is known as the City of Palms, since 40 varieties of that tree flourish there. McAllen, connected by bridge with Reynosa, Mexico, and by a toll road with the more distant but prosperous Monterrey, saw a 50% increase in population from 1970 to 1990.
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is a bank holding company based in McAllen, Texas whose shares are traded on The Nasdaq Stock Market(R) under the symbol TRBS.
Fully operational since May 2000, Frontera is a 477-megawatt, natural gas- fueled, combined-cycle power plant located 10 miles west of McAllen, Texas, and two miles from the U.
Thank you for your coverage of the unprecedented takeover of our well-established and well-run Holy Spirit Parish in McAllen, Texas, by diocesan officials (NCR, Aug.
A teacher and studio owner in McAllen, Texas, Melba Huber has written about tap artists for fifteen years.
In McAllen, Texas, where a large percentage of the population hails from Mexico, where credit cards and checkbooks are an anomaly, 70 percent of residents pay their bills in cash.
Prompted by a nearly 75-percent increase in vehicle thefts in the city during 1991, the McAllen, Texas, Police Department joined with several neighboring agencies to establish the South Texas Auto Theft Enforcement Task Force.
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based in Texas with more than 20 locations statewide, hired Jonathan Sakulenzki as employee benefits producer at its office in McAllen, Texas.
McALLEN, Texas, Jumada II 18, 1435, Apr 18, 2014, SPA -- At least 80 immigrants suspected of entering the United States illegally have been arrested in a makeshift encampment in South Texas, AP reported.
5 in McAllen, Texas, includes Amateur Softball Association recreational softball league teams for girls 16 and under from throughout the western United States.
Third-place winners in the final competition were twenty-two-year-old saxophonist Timothy Dearmin, from McAllen, Texas, and fourteen-year-old violinist Lydia Hong from Northbrook, Illinois.