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Michael May

In West Texas, along the Mexican border, an American woman named Cynta de Narvaez spends her Saturdays making an all-day trip - one that used to take just a few minutes. The Rio Grande once was a fun and easy way to visit her neighbors in Mexican border towns along the river. That changed after the September 11 attacks, when the US government closed the border. Narvaez saw her friends' lives fall apart. Now she's trying to help heal those wounds. Weekend America's Michael May has her story.

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