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Federal health officials have confirmed that a patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola.

The case announced Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control is the first Ebola case diagnosed in the United States.

Officials at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital say the unidentified patient is being kept in isolation. Presbyterian Hospital officials say they're following CDC recommendations to keep doctors, staff and patients safe.


                                                                         $10,000 Reward Offered
On August 18, 2011, Patsy Ann Brockbank crossed into Eagle Pass from Piedras Negras in the early morning hours and disappeared.  She was driving a 2011 silver/gray Nissan Rogue, license plate # CK3N650.  At the time, Patsy was age 63, 5' 6" tall, auburn hair of shoulder length, and weighing approximately 130 lbs.  Patsy was in the area to conduct family business.  She grew up in Eagle Pass and knew the area well.
A reward of $10,000 is being offered to anyone who can lead authorities to her whereabouts, alive or otherwise, with the stipulation that Patsy is positively identified through DNA testing and returned to her family before the reward money is released.  Should you know of Patsy's whereabouts, or where her remains can be found, please contact Detective Jose
Huerta of the Eagle Pass Police Department, 830-773-9044, ext. 2054.

Cardinals sustain drives on ground, Mavs fall 34-7


A.D. Ibarra

-Cozel Foster Veterans 

 Memorial Stadium


The CC Winn Mavericks defense was on the field for a significant amount of Friday's game versus District 29-AAAAA rival the San Antonio Southside Cardinals where the visiting team ate up time and effort to sustain drives even on third and long situations time and time again.

Cardinal signal caller Johnny Treviño executed their inside trap offense to a "T" and the Cardinals took a 27-0 lead into the final stages of the game.