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The Brownsville Herald
|Owner(s)||AIM Media Texas|
|Opinion editor||Carlos Rodriguez|
|Founded||July 4, 1892 (1892-07-04) (as The Daily Herald)|
|Headquarters||222 N. Expressway 77/83, Suite 176, Brownsville, Texas, U.S. 78521|
|Sister newspapers||El Nuevo Heraldo|
|Website||The Brownsville Herald|
Jesse O. Wheeler, a newspaperman from Victoria, purchased Brownsville's Cosmopolitan newspaper in 1892 and renamed it the Brownsville Herald. In early years, the paper voiced concern for the need of a railroad connection to the north and a bridge to the nearby city of Matamoros, Mexico.
It was owned by Freedom Communications until 2012, after Freedom filed for bankruptcy. Its papers in Texas — the Herald, Odessa American, Valley Morning Star of Harlingen, El Nuevo Heraldo, The Monitor of McAllen, The Mid Valley Town Crier of Weslaco, Coastal Current of South Padre Island and a variety of other weekly and monthly publications — were sold to AIM Media Texas.
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- Official website
- Brownsville Herald digital edition
- Official mobile site
- "Brownsville Herald" hosted by the Portal to Texas History.
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