A New Book Explores How Psychics Thrived on Texas Border Radio Stations

May 10, 2022 | By Gene Fowler

The borderlands between Texas and Mexico have always been steeped in mystery and romance. Despite the fact that most residents on both sides of the Rio Grande are simply hard-working, regular folks, a thick layer of frontier myth has encrusted la frontera pretty much from the time when human beings first laid eyes on the great river.

A Historic Project Between Mexico and the U.S., Amistad Dam Marks Landmark Anniversary

October 24, 2020 | By Sarah Thurmond

It was the flood to end all floods.
On June 28, 1954, remnants of Hurricane Alice dumped more than 30 inches of rain in and around Del Rio and Acuña, its sister city across the Texas-Mexico border.

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