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Rio Grande Valley Monitor (Newspaper) - July 2, 2008, Rio Grande, Texas mm p fell U 31 si STEROID STATISTICS Only two out of 10,000 Texas high school athletes tested positive for the Sports | 1C CHICKEN Grilling spatchcock style is a Fourth of July Valley Life | ID SHE'S CONE Simpson's new Nashville sound wows skeptics | 2D JULY 2, 2008 | HE | 50 CENTS DAILY VALLEY & STATE | IB VIOLATED TRUST Former music minister Robert Dale Franklin's history of sexual involvement with teenage boys could have been uncovered with a thorough background says pastor Robert Richardson of Trinity Worship INSIDE | 7A SHE'S STILL MISSING Police have completed their final report into the disappearance of British child Madeleine but officials have made no decision on whether to proceed with the investigation or close the authorities INSIDE | 6A CATFISH DIES German police say a 6-foot-long catfish swimming in a canal died after choking on a soccer Authorities aren't sure if the recent European championship - in which Germany lost to Spain 1-0 in the finals - had anything to do with the fish's BEYOND THE VALLEY | 3A McCAIN FOR TRADE John McCain portrays free trade as a win-win proposition for the U.S. and its Latin American economic but labor leaders say it's been a big loser for Rust Belt TODAY'S WEATHER IBB An afternoon HIGH 96 LOW 74 Authorities now consider convicted killer Oscar 24, of a By EDINBURG - Nora Maldonado sobbed silently Tuesday as the photo of her was displayed on a courtroom projector - a ghost of the smiling girl she lost three years An empty chair a few feet away marked an arguably more troubling The man convicted of killing 19-year-old Nydia Maldonado had Oscar 24, of failed to show up to See MURDERER I 7A 1 v Number of immigrants rescued by since October in Rio Grande Valley Sector Total rescues in 2007 Oscar talks with McAllen police on Nov. 1,2005, in the doorway of a home at 4805 S. 29th St. in Alex Jones | i AUTOPSY Number of immigrant deaths since October in Rio Grande Valley Sector Photos by Nathan Lambrecht | U.S. Border Patrol Trauma and Rescue team officer Rick watches over a group of illegal immigrants on Monday after they were caught inside La Copa west of the Falfurrias walks along a fence line Monday on La Copa ranch looking for illegal FOR BORDER PATROL SAVING LIVES IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS LAW By j amid Taylor 1 i t's just before noon in the tangled woods of La Copa I ' I I Ranch in Brooks U.S. Border Patrol Agent Rick Garcia makes his first discovery of the Through the web of mesquite brush and the footsteps of three immigrants crunch louder on the blanket of dead leaves as they approach the weathered ranch Garcia's agent just found the immigrants struggling through the Garcia asks the exhausted group in Spanish whether any of them have then how long they have been traveling on one woman replied in The group of three - one man and two women - sit at See PATROL | 7A Online video View footage of in ea teacher Pol ice 3 a teenage boy in connection with John Farr's By Amanda The Brownsville Herald HARLINGEN - Harlingen High School South teacher John found dead in his apartment June 16, died from multiple stab wounds to the according to a preliminary autopsy The manner of death is listed as homicide in the report released Tuesday by Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Rolando Police arrested a teenage boy on a capital murder charge in connection with the He is being held at the Darrell B. Hester Juvenile Detention Center in San The teen is scheduled to appear at a hearing before a juvenile court judge at 1:30 p.m. today at the detention center to determine whether he will be tried as an said Jason a spokesman for the Cameron County district attorney's Farr's body was found June 16 in his apartment at Oak Terrace See AUTOPSY | 7A NO COMMENT Police so far have declined to say whether there were signs of forced entry at Farr's apartment or whether there were any calls to the apartment during the time leading up to the teacher's Classifieds IE I Comics 8D I Lottery 2A | Beyond The Valley 3A | Obituaries 3B | Opinion GB | Puzzle 7D | TV Listing 2D_A Freedom Newspaper I Vol. 99, No. 357 I 40 5 Sections i s * % 0638091000038
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