Central American migrants underrepresented in court

What happens when war, broken families and a spike in illegal border crossings combine? For the 110,000 children and families apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border last summer, the result is back logged immigration cases, some with court dates as far out as 2019, and some that have been cancelled altogether.…

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Celebrate The San Marcos River at Texas Wild Rice Festival

Picture courtesy of TWRF

  It’s officially April which means it’s officially festival season! One of the many festivals happening this weekend is the Texas Wild Rice Festival (TWRF) in San Marcos, Texas. TWRF is a festival designated to celebrate and educate the public of the waters of Central Texas specifically the San Marcos…

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