Founded as a station on the St. Louis, Brownsville & Mexico Railroad in 1906, the town was named for Donna Hooks, daughter of a town site promoter. Today, it is a retail center for ranching and agriculture of the Rio Grande Valley. It also hosts an abundance of winter visitors.
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