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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.
Baskets of blessings
9 hrs ago
The skies were gray, but the mood was bright Tuesday morning for an attorney and two assistants. ...
Beaujolais Nouveau est arrive
3 days ago
The evensong hour as the sun dips behind the far horizon — the recorded voice of “The Little Spar...
Be prepared: Average first freeze falls on Dec. 5
4 days ago
BEEVILLE – The arrival of the first cold front of the season last week answers the question “When...
Million dollar nightmare
7 days ago
BEEVILLE – “It’s not me.” Isabel Flores, who likes to sit in her rocking chair, surrounded by tro...
5 days ago
BEEVILLE – For the first time, the cost for an average Thanksgiving dinner has broken through the...
Attorney Ted Bonilla, Amy Ybanez and Anna Perez Tuesday load Thanksgiving food baskets to distribute to six needy families in Beeville.
Ted Bonilla, an attorney with the law firm of Tony Bonilla, and Anna Perez deliver a Thanksgiving food basket Tuesday morning to the 300 block of Doc Street in Beeville.
Attorney Ted Bonilla and Anna Perez present a Thanksgiving food basket to Michelle Perez and 6-year-old Marcelo in the 400 block of West Youst Street Tuesday as part of a food giveaway by the law firm of Tony Bonilla.
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