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McAllen Monitor (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, McAllen, TexasThe wednesday june 3,2015 tasty gelato no special equipment needed to make a Straw deity ice Cream Worth scram ing about. serving the Rio Grande Valley since 1909 whats inside a red Cross Calls on Rio Iran de Valley residents to pitch in after catastrophic flooding across Texas. Page in a Congress passage of Asa Bill will rein in surveillance a first since we 1 terrorist attacks. Page8an�tkm 75 cents daily Ihfe collapse killer bees expected to announce today whether they have found a new investor. Page 1c i 15 grenades sold in Mcallen neighbourhood by Jared Taylor staff writer Mcauth a Federal agents arrested two men accused of Selling 15 live grenades last month from a residential neigh Lka rho ski less than a Block from an elementary school and a Bizys a girls club according to court records unsealed tuesday. A third criminal Case had Lieen filed i Uesi Lay against an unnamed third defendant also facing Federal charges tied to live grenades sold near an abandoned House in the 800 Block of South 26th 1/2 Street in Mcallen. Fhe Case involving unnamed informants working for the Bureau of alcohol tobacco fim arms and explosives led agents to three men linked to dozens of live grenades criminal complaints filed tuesday do not detail whether the informants Are tied to any criminal organizations or Why they told the defendants they wanted the grenades. But the cases entail several Days of meeting with the defendants starting by a single grenade Purchase and then returning to buy several More court records state. Two criminal complaints unsealed to tuesday detailed As Seeger makes 7a it mos of Oakia Lopaz Michelle Garcia a first year teacher from Alamo Speaks to Etiz Heth Ste House from the merceces school District Duong a Job fairly Essiy at Region one in Edinburg. Teacher j of fair draws hundreds More than 600 registered to vie for 350 vacancies across 30 school districts by Kristen Mosbrucker staff writer Edinburg a As students across the Rio Grande Valley enter summer vacation this week hundreds of Job seekers lined up inside the Region one education service Center on tuesday morning hoping to land teaching gigs at local school districts next fall. Arthur Gonzalez 27, drove from Brownsville for a Chance to meet District recruiters. A i went to four years of dental school and found out that dentistry Wasny to for me so now in a going into teaching Quot Gonzalez said. He said he s already passed the composite test and is now finishing an alternative certification program. A to certified in theater and All the sciences a a he said adding that he a still working on Landing his first teaching position. A i really love science. Nothing else has impacted our society As much and id like to bring a greater level of scientific but the Competition was stiff As organizers said More than 600 individuals registered for 350 vacancies in More than 30 school districts that ranged from teachers to maintenance workers a while the majority of positions Are for teachers we recruit for everything a there a a need for see teacher 6a prospective and current teachers explore Job opportunities at the Job fair tuesday at Region one in Edinburg. Explore Texas teacher salaries. Q now hiring apply today discover career opportunities with real growth potential. A Tion sits on top of the Entrance to a Home in the 800 Block of South 26 1/2 Street on tuesday in Mcallen or there agents with the Bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms say they bought 10 live grenades from Alberto Joseph Ortiz. Nathan Bailey touts it Rev binding president says new schoors appropriations Are second highest in it system by Michael Rodriguez i staff writer wes1ja a a a t thunderous applause accompanied wednesdays announcement hat the University of Texas Rio Firandes Valley will be the second highest appropriate d University in the it system. Ute re a a president Guy Bailey made the announcement before supporters and alumni inside the Weslaco business visitor and event fat enter the site of the fifth and final Stop of his Lour of Texas. Specifically utry a a s general Revenue appropriation for 2016-17 is $253,529,606, which is second Only to the University of Texas at Austin s $612,201,469. See it Rev 6a Pharr co to serve As interim City manager by Emily sides staff writer Pharr City commissioners unanimously voted tuesday to apr print chief financial officer Iuan Guerra As interim City manager. Quot he has a lot of experience. He a very professional commissioner Edmund Maldonado said. A a he a a great asset to our economic development Cor i. Director Fred Sandoval resigned last week As City manager after serving in the role for More than a decade. Earlier this week. See Pharr 7a Bailey Guerra today a weather mostly sunny High 92 Low 75 2a general banking opportunities tellers personal Bankers it and More apply online at or Iolli not in for More information please Call 1-800-580-0322. A All dial Piank of pfc or Huntly f it b 091 an aim Media Texas newspapers. 106> no. 311 32 pages 5 sections

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