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Edinburg

(ĕd`ənbûrg'), city (1990 pop. 29,885), seat of Hidalgo co., extreme S Tex.; inc. 1919. It is a processing center in the irrigated portion of the lower Rio Grande valley. Agricultural products include citrus fruits, vegetables, and cotton. Oil and gas are produced from surrounding fields. There is food processing, and fertilizers and corrugated boxes are manufactured. The Univ. of Texas's Pan American campus is in Edinburg. A U.S. wildlife refuge and a state park are nearby.
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By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 5 August 2017: This year's edition of the UK's Edinburg Fringe features exceptional presentations of young Arab talent, who seek to challenge the stereotypes and one-sided views of the Middle East currently prevalent through their performances that will run between August 4 and August 28.
Sunlight Financial, a leading provider of financing for the residential solar market, has said that it has appointed Timothy Parsons as chief operating officer and Barry Edinburg as chief financial officer.
The facility will bring an additional 200 jobs to the Edinburg area.
ETP will utilize its existing pipeline infrastructure and will construct a 24-inch pipeline from HPLs pipeline near Edinburg, TX to a new international border crossing near McAllen, TX (Edinburg Extension).
A financial holding company, Hilltop Holdings Inc's (NYSE:HTH) subsidiary PlainsCapital Bank signed a purchase and assumption agreement with the FDIC for almost all of the liabilities and assets of First National Bank in Edinburg, Texas, the company revealed on Friday.
He leaves his wife of 64 years, Shirlee (Port) Edinburg; two daughters, Gloria Edinburg wife of Peter George of Petersham and Elaine Edinburg wife of Joel Kaye of Edwards, Colorado and two grandchildren, Arie Samuel George and Jeremiah Michael George.
After a wedding trip to Belize, the couple resides in Edinburg.
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This is the initial comment the viewer has after first seeing over 100 'scholar scale' ceramic vessels collected by Dorothy Braude Edinburg in memory of her parents, Harry B and Bessie K Braude, over the past 50 years.
Since her retirement she served as a deacon in the Scottish Episcopal Church in Edinburg.
With his parents' permission, Macario Guajardo, a fifth grader in Edinburg, Texas, skipped school on the February day when classmates took a statewide reading test to be promoted to sixth grade.
EDINBURG, Texas -- Retail development is a priority in the Rio Grande Valley, as communities seek sources of sales tax revenue and jobs.