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Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - July 27, 2015, Brownsville, Texas Sen net obituaries learn More about Binal de Las Fronteras and How to participate As an artist. And Iran. Martinez said the artists were contacted to provide explanations on the various artworks for the guided Tours so that the Tours would provide a better connection Between contemporary Art and the general Public. Please see Art a8 popular on the web monday,july27,2015 born on the fourth of july 1892 75 cents abby.b9 amusements.b9 calendar.a7 comics. By Community. .a7 editorial.a6 horoscope.b9 sports. Weather. By a 2015 the Brownsville Herald. All rights reserved High 93� Low 78� kid pilots Jesus Cwynar is by far the youngest person at Sun Yadau a a in Biafra a Valley aviation be represents the growing number we a i i a a no a a a 0? Ragn a Nooi age Smo Tius from around the Rio Grande Valley who hive enrolled in Chanab Cabaero s bight instruction program hoping to prepare for Solo flights. A a Mukai artists emerge biennial of the Borders on display at dec Center county wafts to see who grieves committee has rejected last four raise requests by to Jonnson staff writer amt vol. 124 i no. 24 Bah How Good morning thank you for Reading today a edition of the Brownsville Herald nine grand jury members delivered a Sharp rebuke to local elected officials the last time the salary grievance committee met but two Cameron county commissioners Are pushing an option to replace six of those voting members with politicians. In 2013, the committee delivered three 8-1 objections to three officials asking for raises but precinct 4 commissioner Dan Sanchez said he Felt having elected officials make up two thirds of the committee would allow for More a col by r0 the Sanchez 2013proposaj who won re for raises election last we puny fall along Browns be with precinct 2 commissioner Alex Dominguez is leading the push to restructure the committee after eight years of pulling nine individuals from the grand jury roster suggesting during a july 16 meeting that he and other Public officials Felt they weren to up to the task. A a in be heard complaints from different folks a a he said in justifying his motion to change the grievance process which Dominguez quickly seconded. A no offence to the District attorneys office but the grand jury list is a group of people that sit in the room for six months and they re Given basically Case after Case and usually its True Bill True Bill True Bill True Bill. There a not too much collaboration in instead he asked that the county follow another option allowed under the statute All the while acting As though the grand jury format was a an alternative Way a simply because it is listed As item b in the Texas local government code. Please see raises a8 adult education is going great at bid learn More about the adult education program at bid and download a brochure. By Gilby Long staff writer the Brownsville Independent school districts adult continuing education department is busier than Ever this summer a getting ready for the Start of the new school year and for an expanded role in workforce development. The Ace department underwent a big expansion a year ago when it became the local delivery Agency for to Texas adult education plan in Cameron county. Funding for Ace and adult literacy programs state wide shifted from the Texas education Agency to the Texas workforce commission and bid became the fiscal agent and Ace provider for All of Cameron county. In its new role the bid Ace consortium for Cameron county last year enrolled nearly 2,400 students in communities across the Region in English As a second language and general education development or ged preparation courses the two mainstay Ace programs. This year the courses will include added workforce development components said Debbie Alford bid administrator for adult continuing education. Registration begins next month. Please see bid. A Cord blood therapy researchers Are touting a rapidly growing trend in the use of blood cells to treat medical conditions. It involves saving a Small amount of blood from a Newborn s umbilical Cord within 15 minutes of birth just in Case the child needs it some time in the future. The cells also can be used for other biologically matched children. A a Page a2 finding the taste of fat move Over Sweet and Salty researchers say we have a distinct and Basic taste for fat too. But it s nowhere near As delicious As it sounds. A a Fage Bio Francisco Sanchez Maria Ofelia Hernandez a a Page a4 passport fair the Cameron county District clerk s office took its show on the Road saturday hosting an All Day passport fair at the county s los Fresno Annex to reach county residents there and in surrounding areas. Brqwnivlllth9rald.com \ Aho Vei Cuauhtemoc Martinez from Museo de arte Conte Piraneo de Tamaulipas gives a guided tour of Binal de Las Fronteras on july 17 at the International technology education and Commerce Center in Brownsville. Below Jessica de la Garza s Oil on Canvas Quot Contenio Fragil Caja no.1," is one of several works of Art on display by International artists at ukr. By Christina b. Garza staff writer the International Art exhibit a a Binal de Las Fronteras a or a biennial of the Borders a is on display at the International technology education and Commerce Center in Brownsville hosted by the mexican consulate in Brownsville and sponsored by the state of Kim Hulipas. Cuauhtemoc Martinez chief of the academic department from the Tamaulipas museum of contemporary Art gave a free guided tour of the works on display. The 23 pieces on display throughout the Utec Center consist of several mediums from photography to installations prints and sculpture which explore the theme of Borders. Although the majority of the artwork featured was created by mexican artists the collection also includes pieces from artists from around the world including France t

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