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(ˈhɑr lɪn dʒən)

a city in S Texas. 56,420.
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Air cargo volume at Valley International Airport in Harlingen rose almost 700 percent compared to the first six months of 2018, with Mexico and Chile accounting for 90 percent of trade.
The Valley Pipeline System is an approximately 196-mile refined products pipeline from the Corpus Christi, TX area, to delivery points in Brownsville, TX, Edinburg, TX and Harlingen, TX.
On October 19, 1947, radio listeners in the Rio Grande Valley have been able to tune to an AM radio station that began as a 250-watt daytime-only operation and today is a Class B News/Talker with a signal covering McAllen, Brownsville, Harlingen and Weslaco, Tex.
The senator held rallies in Harlingen and Mission on Monday, before traveling to additional border stops in Laredo and Del Rio.
American also will serve eight new domestic destinations, including Harlingen; Augusta, Ga.; Gainesville, Fla.; Yuma, and Flagstaff, Ariz.; and Bakersfield, Monterey and Burbank, Calif.
The flights were between Dallas, Houston and Harlingen.
recently announced that Marcos Ricoy of Harlingen, Texas and Enrique Colon of Deer Park, Texas, pleaded no contest to a felony charge of engaging in organized criminal activity involving workers' compensation healthcare fraud.
Texas State Technical College Harlingen ADN Education Program in Harlingen, and
Another member of Prime Healthcare in South Texas is Harlingen Medical Center located in Harlingen, TX.
Friesland provincial police say in a tweet that investigations are underway to establish exactly how the mast broke on Sunday when the ship was near the port town of Harlingen, some 110 kilometers (68 miles) north of Amsterdam.
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