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Bill Clough Report & Video Director 361-358-2250

Biography

Bill Clough is a reporter at the Beeville Bee-Picayune. He is also one of the video editors for the newspaper along with being a photographer and videographer.

Work

Articles

Media

  • Bill Clough photo.Joe Barnhart Bee Co. LIbrary Director Cynthia Morrison accepts eight donated books from Carl Schneider of the Hospice of South Texas.  In honor of ther company's 30th anniversary, it has donated what it calls "a toolbox of resouces" about how to deal with death, dying and bereavement "in an effort torach out to the rest of our community to aid them in facing the spiritual and emotional issues related to pain and loss."
    Bill Clough photo.Joe Barnhart Bee Co. LIbrary Director Cynthia Morrison accepts eight donated books from Carl Schneider of the Hospice of South Texas. In honor of ther company's 30th anniversary, it has donated what it calls "a toolbox of resouces" about how to deal with death, dying and bereavement "in an effort torach out to the rest of our community to aid them in facing the spiritual and emotional issues related to pain and loss."
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  • Bill Clough photo.Four-year-old Jorge Madrigal is fitting cofrrectly inn a car seat at the carseat satety demonstration Tuesday agfternoonat the Police Department's Training Center. Helping him sit correctly in the seat are Mickie Ochoa, left, co-owmer of Angel Care, and Robert hanson, a technician with the Texas Municipal Police Association in Austin. Seventy percent of the carseats, axccrding to the Texas Department of Transportation, are incorrectly installed because either users do not read the instructions or don't understand them. Another carseat safety inspection will be from 9 a.m. to noon July 21 at then facility, 608 West Milam.
    Bill Clough photo.Four-year-old Jorge Madrigal is fitting cofrrectly inn a car seat at the carseat satety demonstration Tuesday agfternoonat the Police Department's Training Center. Helping him sit correctly in the seat are Mickie Ochoa, left, co-owmer of Angel Care, and Robert hanson, a technician with the Texas Municipal Police Association in Austin. Seventy percent of the carseats, axccrding to the Texas Department of Transportation, are incorrectly installed because either users do not read the instructions or don't understand them. Another carseat safety inspection will be from 9 a.m. to noon July 21 at then facility, 608 West Milam.
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