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Jim Hogg County Courthouse

The 1913 Jim Hogg County Courthouse is the only courthouse the county has ever had. Designed by San Antonio architect Henry T. Phelps, it has been remodeled several times and it's an icon in the Hebbronville skyline.

Vaquero Capitol of Texas and the USA

Since 1883 Hebbronville has enjoyed a solid reputation as the country’s largest cattle-shipping center and, to this day, the area still stands as a major ranching center. This explains why Hebbronville also holds the title of “Vaquero Capitol of Texas and the USA”.

Scotus College

In 1926, Scotus College, a Franciscan seminary moved to Hebbronville from Mexico to escape persecution. It could accommodate up to twenty students preparing for the priesthood.

Del Mar College President Dr. Mark Escamilla and Laredo Community College President Dr. Ricardo Soliz, sign agreement to work collaboratively and share resources to better serve our region.

Joining them were various college administrators including Hebbronville’s own Rodney Rodriguez of LCC and Judge Humberto Gonzalez as well as Marisa Yvette Utley representing Jim Hogg County and the STED Alliance in Corpus Christi at the Eagle Ford Shale Quarterly Workshop