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Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - May 21, 2015, Brownsville, Texas Thursday May 21,2015 born on the fourth of july 1892 75 cent sworn in after being sworn in Jessic Tetreau said she was excited to continue her Public service career while the City s newest commissioner Cesar de Leon Saki he s ready to get to work. A a Page a2 nation Dolphin deaths link obituaries Dps to increase traffic patrols this weekend by Christina r. Garza staff writer As memorial Day weekend approaches the Texas department of Public safety plans to increase trooper patrols which will begin Friday and continue through monday. State troopers will be looking for Drunken Drivers and violations of the states speeding seat Belt and other traffic Laws. According to Dps reports during the 2014 memorial Day weekend troopers arrested 413 Drivers on Drunken drive watch Drunken driving awareness pass from the Texas department of transportation. Ing charges and issued citations for 5,439 speeding violations 1,053 seat Belt and child safety Abby. .b4 classified.,. B6 editorial. A6 amusements .b4 comics. B5 Horoscope. B4 Community .�?za7 sports. By restraint violations and 684 Drivers for driving without insurance additionally troopers weather. By world. By min i made 182 fugitive arrests and 168 felony arrests please see patrols a5 High 89� a Low 77� in a new study a team of scientists says there s a definite link Between the massive by Oil spill in 2010 and a record number of Dolphin deaths along the Northern Gulf of Mexico. It Page a4 Gloria Ariega baby Rafael Alejandro Blanco Guadalupe z. Rodriguez Guadalupe Rosas Rosario p. Solis Emestine u. Cohos Nohemi a Salinas a Page a4death ruled Accident an autopsy report released tuesday reveals that the death of 20-year-old Jordan Britten a Spring breaker from Killeen was an Accident. \ vol. 123 i no. 322 Good morning thank you for Reading today a edition of the Brownsville Herald 00001 3 saving re sagas Junior explorers learn about conservation a learn about the history of Resaca. by Victoria Brito staff writer the Brownsville Hibic utilities Board wants to educate local youth about the importance of Resaca conservation with a program known As the Junior Resaca explorers. The program teaches children in grades second through fourth the importance of conservation. In partnership with the Gladys Linter xxi the program provides Tours through the zoo leading up to the Resaca restoration projects in the zoo. On wednesday program coordinators hosted a third Grade group from St. Mary a Catholic school mayor Tony Martinez and members photos by Brad Doherty the Brownsville Herald above and below the Junior Resaca explorers tour the Resaca that run through the Gladys Porter zoo on wednesday in Brownsville. The Brownsville Public utilities Board in conjunction with the Gladys Porter zoo recently launched the Junior Resaca explorers program which targets second through fourth Grade students to teach them about Resaca and the native wildlife that can be found in them. Of the Media to see what the program is All about. A a we re thrilled with this project and we live been Able to do it without the sup port and cooperation of the City of Brownsville and bub a a zoo director Patrick Burchfield said. Please see Resaca a5 Cameron Hidalgo counties plan Deal upper Valley inmates could Transfer South Bywy Johnson staff writer Cameron county commissioners today Are expected to approve an inter local agreement to keep about too Hidalgo county inmates in the Rio Grande Valley. Sheriff Dinar Lucio said Hidalgo jailers were close to transporting an inmate surplus to Waco two weeks ago when talks began about using Cameron county a jail for overflow. A we had some open space and we talked to them Quot he said. Lucio said the counties will begin transferring about two dozen inmates a week Over the next month if the commissioners court approves the agreement this morning. The regular meeting will begin at 8 45 . At the Oscar c. Dancy building on fast Monroe Street. Lucio said not Only will Cameron county receive Revenue from the arrangement but it will save Hidalgo county transport taxi expenses compared to sending them to Waco Espe Dally if inmates Are frequently called into court. A a it a a win win situation Quot Lucio said. County judge a the Sepulveda or. Said that besides meals there Are no Adili Tiona county expenditures associated with the Deal. A a that a Good Revenue we can generate Quot he said. Do hmm him . Com read. To Cut costs Hidalgo a looks to inmates housed outside jail Brownsville

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