After Publisher Nina Duran announced last week that the paper was folding immediately, La Prensa Texas found its way to newsstands on Sunday.
After years of staff and budget cuts, La Prensa de San Antonio is shutting down.
The Westside Development Corp. honored Socorro “Choco” Meza, Janie Barrera, Florentino “Tino” Duran, and the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.
Duran’s passing comes after several years of battling Alzheimer’s disease. Duran had retired last year and passed the reins of La Prensa to his daughter.
After 27-years, publisher and founder of the bilingual, semi-weekly newspaper La Prensa Tino Duran officially announced his retirement during a Monday press conference held at City Hall.