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Gary Kent Reporter 361-358-2550

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Gary Kent is the city, police and courts reporter at the Bee-Picayune.

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  • Assistant Police Chief Richard Cantu and Bee County Emergency Management Coordinator Mike Willow look over one of 12 new radios Willow purchased with a $15,000 grant from the U.S. Homeland Security Agency. The pile of boxes on the table in the background contain radios, chargers, carrying cases and microphones that clip to the officers’ uniform shirts
    Assistant Police Chief Richard Cantu and Bee County Emergency Management Coordinator Mike Willow look over one of 12 new radios Willow purchased with a $15,000 grant from the U.S. Homeland Security Agency. The pile of boxes on the table in the background contain radios, chargers, carrying cases and microphones that clip to the officers’ uniform shirts
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Two engineers on the left, Carl Crull of HDR Engineering and Jim Urban of Urban Engineering, show points on Lake Corpus Christi that have been considered for a new raw water intake structure for the Beeville Water Supply District during a workshop session Tuesday evening.
    Gary Kent photo Two engineers on the left, Carl Crull of HDR Engineering and Jim Urban of Urban Engineering, show points on Lake Corpus Christi that have been considered for a new raw water intake structure for the Beeville Water Supply District during a workshop session Tuesday evening.
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  • Masons' donation.Gary Kent photo.Local Masons from the Masonic Lodge #261 were at the Joe Barnhart Bee County Library Monday to donate $100 to the facility's summer reading program. Sarah Milnarich, seated at left, and librarian Kathleen Chambless, at right, accepted the donation from Masons John Fulghum, left, and Bo McFarland.
    Masons' donation.Gary Kent photo.Local Masons from the Masonic Lodge #261 were at the Joe Barnhart Bee County Library Monday to donate $100 to the facility's summer reading program. Sarah Milnarich, seated at left, and librarian Kathleen Chambless, at right, accepted the donation from Masons John Fulghum, left, and Bo McFarland.
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