LareDOS

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LareDOS
LareDOS Logo.jpg
Type Monthly newspaper
Format Compact
Owner(s) Maria Eugenia Guerra
Founded December, 1994
Political alignment Neutral
Headquarters Laredo, Webb County, Texas, USA
Official website [1]

LareDOS is an independent monthly newspaper published in Laredo, Texas and is distributed free of charge. LareDOS was founded by Maria Eugenia Guerra and Richard Geissler in December 1994. The newspaper takes pride that it is 100% owned by a Latina since Maria Guerra bought out Richard Geissler in 1996.[1] LareDOS uses the branding of "A Journal of the bordelands."

In April 2011, "LareDOS" publisher Maria Eugenia Guerra received the First Amendment Community Watchdog Award from the Society of Professional Journalists, Fort Worth Chapter for two stories concerning the state of living in the colonias near Laredo, Texas, and damage done to the National Historic Landmark, Fort Treviño in San Ygnacio, Texas, when city workers accidentally sprayed tar all over the walls of the historic building when they were paving a road.

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