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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.

In response to public concerns about naturally occurring arsenic in the Hebbronville public drinking water, staff from the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) will be offering free urine testing to the first 400 Hebbronville residents that contact us.

The DSHS laboratory will test the samples for arsenic only. Information from the testing will help DSHS identify whether further public health recommendations are needed to help residents reduce their risk of exposure.

If you would like to participate please contact Tina Walker or Diana Rangel with the Health Assessment and Consultation Program between August 8 - 12, 2016 to set up an appointment.

Tina Walker / Health Educator 1-800-588-1248, ext. 2932
Diana Rangel / Community Liaison 1-800-588-1248, ext. 6572