La Prensa Texas Newspaper, the leading bilingual newspaper serving the Latino community in Texas for more than 110 years, announced today the appointment of Fernando Reyes, owner of Reyes Automotive, as the new Chairman of its Board of Directors.
Reyes has been an active member of the community for many years and has been a dedicated supporter of La Prensa Texas. His passion for serving the Latino community and his business expertise make him an excellent choice for this position.
“I am honored to have been chosen as the Chairman of La Prensa Texas Newspaper,” said Reyes. “I believe in the importance of community journalism and the critical role it plays in providing accurate and unbiased news to our readers. I look forward to working with the team at La Prensa Texas to ensure that our community continues to be informed and engaged.”
Reyes replaces Leonard B. Rodriguez, who served as the Chairman for more than two years during which La Prensa Texas achieved nonprofit status. “La Prensa Texas remains a reliable source of news and information for the Latino community. We are thrilled to have Fernando Reyes as our new Chairman,” said Rodriguez. “His character and unwavering dedication to the Mexican American community is a tremendous source of strength for La Prensa Texas. With Fernando, La Prensa will experience unprecedented and new levels of attention and growth.”
“La Prensa Texas is indeed pleased to have Fernando Reyes as the new Chair of the Board,” said Dr. Ricardo Romo, board member of La Prensa Texas Newspaper. “Mr. Reyes has successfully built new companies and served as a leader in public and community boards, and he will serve La Prensa Texas well.”
“It is an honor to welcome Fernando Reyes as the new Chairman of La Prensa Texas Newspaper,” said Yvette Tello, Publisher for La Prensa Texas. “His extensive experience in business and his deep commitment to serving the Latino community make him an ideal leader for our organization. I am confident that under his guidance, La Prensa Texas will continue to thrive as a trusted source of news and information for our community.”

La Prensa Texas Newspaper was founded in 1913 and has been serving the Latino community in Texas for over 100 years. The newspaper continues to be compassionate towards our beloved community, demonstrating its ability to deliver hyperlocal news to include local news, politics, sports, and entertainment. The English and Spanish newspaper is printed on Sundays, covering positive, informative, and investigative stories.

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Caption: From left to right: Yvette Tello, Leonard Rodriguez, Dr. Ricardo, Romo, Fernando Reyes, Dr., William Elizondo and Ramon Chapa Jr